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Higgidy posted a £2.1M growth in sales in its full year results

Pie maker Higgidy posts £2.1M sales growth

By James Ridler

Upmarket pie and quiche manufacturer Higgidy has posted a 10% rise in sales for the year ending September 30 2016, as it grew to be the third largest savoury pastry brand in the UK.

NIm's Fruit Crisps signed a new supply deal with Homemade Speciality Products

Nim’s Fruit Crisps signs new supply deal

By Matt Atherton

Nim’s Fruit Crisps has signed a deal with snacks distributor Handmade Speciality Products to distribute its apple, pear, pineapple, and beetroot and parsnip crisps to the education and healthcare sectors, it was revealed this week (June 12).

Genius Foods plans to cut 115 jobs across its business

Gluten-free baker Genius to cut 115 jobs

By Matt Atherton

Gluten-free bakery company Genius Foods has announced it will cut 115 jobs across its business, including a reported 78 jobs at its Hull factory, as it plans to end production of its non-Genius branded products.

Blossom Cottage has recalled a batch of its Morello Cherry cordial bottles because of a fermentation problem

Blossom Cottage recall over exploding bottle fears

By Michelle Perrett

Blossom Cottage, the drinks brand owned by SHS Drinks, has recalled a batch of its Morello Cherry Cordial 500ml bottles because of a fermentation problem that could cause bottles to explode.

Almost 1M more people visited the discounters this Christmas

Discounters enjoy good Christmas while big four suffer

By Laurence Gibbons

The discount retailers Aldi and Lidl enjoyed a boost in sales over Christmas, while the big four suffered in a market that saw sales fall by 0.2%, according to figures released by Kantar Worldpanel today (January 12).

Hubbub is hoping to engage with 100,000 people on food waste

Pumpkins help Hubbub educate 100k people on food waste

By Laurence Gibbons

Hubbub will attempt to save 18,000t of pumpkin being discarded and educate 100,000 people on the wider food waste issue over the Halloween weekend with its ‘Pumpkin Rescue’ events, according to the waste prevention charity’s founder.

Tesco's sales dropped by 1.7% for the same period last year

Tesco’s haemorrhaging sales slow

By Nicholas Robinson

Tesco boss Dave Lewis has slowed the retailer’s haemorrhaging sales, as his plans to regain customers from the discounters Aldi and Lidl achieved a dip of just 1.3%, its first quarter results show.

Morrisons could be gaining traction once again, according to analysts

Morrisons’ Potts makes more price cuts

By Nicholas Robinson

Morrisons boss David Potts has today (June 8) slashed up to a third off the prices of 200 everyday items in his latest bid to turn the beleaguered retailer’s fortunes around.

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