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Food Manufacture’s most read stories of 2017

Food Manufacture’s most read stories of 2017

By Gwen Ridler

2 Sisters boss Ranjit Boparan’s call to give evidence before a parliamentary committee and Nestlé’s relocation of some of its manufacturing operations to Poland feature in this photogallery of the most read stories on our website this year.

About 700,000 contaminated eggs were imported into the UK

About 700,000 contaminated eggs imported into UK

By Matt Atherton

The number of imported eggs contaminated with the insecticide fipronil is now estimated at 700,000, leading the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to reveal recalls for a wide range of food products affecting some of Britain’s biggest retailers.

James Kempley and Troy Foods’s own-label mayonnaise

Troy Foods launches own-label mayonnaise

By Gwen Ridler

Vegetable and salad producer Troy Foods is to launch its own range of mayonnaise, following a £200,000 investment into production capacity.

Salad days: Bakkavör is to recruit about 60 staff for its new Bo’ness factory

Bakkavör to create 60 jobs at new Scottish plant

By Dan Colombini

Fresh food group Bakkavör will create about 60 new jobs with the opening of a second factory at its Caledonian Produce site in Bo’ness, near Falkirk, Scotland in December.

Worried salad suppliers need E.coli crystal ball

Worried salad suppliers need E.coli crystal ball

By Anne Bruce

UK Salads technical director Mark Lever says that parts of the UK fresh produce sector are still on their knees after the devastating German E.coli outbreak that left 35 people dead.

Bloomin' marvellous

Bloomin' marvellous

No longer will low-carb dieters bemoan the shortage of lunchtime goods available to them, thanks to an innovative partnership between Hazlewood...