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Only 60–80% of suppliers’ food and drink products listed by retailers are visible online when shoppers are searching for their brand or category, according to a new study from category and shopper management specialist Bridgethorne.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has pledged to help suppliers, staff and clients after Britain’s biggest wholesaler to the grocery and convenience stores, Palmer & Harvey, was taken into administration, with the immediate loss of about 2,500 jobs.
Weetabix ceo Giles Turrell is backing the third Leadership Symposium – which takes place tomorrow (November 28) at Rothamsted Research Centre – as a place to update food and drink industry leadership skills.
More than half (54%) of managers in the manufacturing sector believe firms are not using predictive engineering effectively, despite the technology being billed as a leading industry trend, a new study conducted by enterprise business systems provider...
Compliance with workplace health and safety (H&S) regulations is claimed to be made simpler with an automated process and manufacturing information management system called Compliance Solution from DocLogix.
Energy management and automation specialist Schneider Electric has introduced new Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) capabilities that enable customers to measure and control the profitability of operations in real-time.
Tesco’s failure to remove out-of-date promotional labels from its shelves is a criminal regulatory offence, which could lead to fines – and even imprisonment of individuals found guilty, a law firm has claimed.
Food and drink manufacturer’s costs could be reduced by making small changes to be more sustainable throughout the supply chain, said the Food and Drink Federation’s (FDF’s) chief scientific officer Helen Munday.
Poultry processor Faccenda Foods has renewed a fleet of delivery trucks at one of its main distribution centres to meet growing demand for UK produced white meat, with a £3M leasing and maintenance contract.