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Dairy firm Arla will cut 500 jobs across its business

Arla to cut 500 jobs in efficiency plan

By Laurence Gibbons

Arla Foods is planning to cut 500 jobs across its business, as part of structural changes designed to make the business more energy efficient and globally focused.

Tesco has confirmed plans to switch part of its milk supply

Tesco comes clean on milk supply switch

By Alice Foster

Tesco has confirmed plans to switch part of its milk supply from Arla to Müller, after days of speculation, despite threats of direct action by militant farmers.

Big firms risk untold reputational damage if they breach the Modern Slavery Act

Prepare for slavery act or risk ‘disaster’

By Michael Stones

Food and drink businesses with a turnover of more than £36M a year should prepare now to comply with the new Modern Slavery Act or risk “disaster”, warns law firm Roythornes, after Nestlé revealed plans to stamp out labour abuses in its supply chain.

‘Drinks carton first’ uses electrons for hygiene

‘Drinks carton first’ uses electrons for hygiene

In what is being claimed to be a first for the beverage carton industry, Tetra Pak has launched a filling machine that uses electron beams, rather than hydrogen peroxide, to sterilise packaging material. The Tetra Pak E3 is said to offer a range of benefits...

George Eustice launched CCE's new education centre

CCE tots up education investment to £4M

By Nicholas Robinson

Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) has opened its latest education centre at its Milton Keynes manufacturing site, which will help train around 20,000 young people every year.

Mondelez aims to invest in sustainable cocoa supplies for sites such as its Cadbury plant and research development quality centre in Bournville

Mondelēz invests in sustainability goals

By Rod Addy

Mondelēz International is pouring cash into sustainable farming projects, including $400M in cocoa farms in developing economies, to secure a strong and stable supply base.

Barker will lead the health and nutrition division of Chr Hansen from September 30

Chr Hansen appoints new vice president

By Laurence Gibbons

Chr Hansen has appointed Christian Barker as its new executive vice president for the Health & Nutrition Division of the business.

Tabaso sauce is firing palates around the world

Tabasco around the world - interactive map

By Mike Stones and Laurence Gibbons

Tabasco hot pepper sauce is benefiting from the rising global tide of interest in hot and spicy foods. Here, we chart just some of the ways the sauce is firing palates across the globe.

Ross Warburton elected president FDF

Ross Warburton elected president FDF

By Hayley Brown

The executive director of Warburtons has been elected president of the Food and Drink Federation (FDF).Ross Warburton’s term of office will start...


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