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NFUS aiming to keep Scotland fed over Easter

NFUS aiming to keep Scotland fed over Easter

Farmers, crofters and the Scottish food and drink sector are striving to ensure Scottish glasses and plates remain full over Easter, according to NFU Scotland. NFU Scotland says it remains fully committed to its pledge of keeping the plates and glasses of Scotland...

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Branston appoint new sales and marketing director

Branston appoint new sales and marketing director

National potato supplier Branston has added to its sales and marketing team by promoting its account director, Lucia Washbrook, into the role of sales and marketing director. Washbrook, who has over 12 years’ experience in the food manufacturing industry, started at...

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IGD works with industry to supply essentials to food banks

IGD works with industry to supply essentials to food banks

IGD has been working with food surplus charity FareShare to ensure a consistent supply of food to food banks across the UK following the effects of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Susan Barratt, CEO of IGD, said: “Two weeks ago, as the pandemic escalated, and with the...

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IFST bestows Honorary Fellowship to three members

IFST bestows Honorary Fellowship to three members

The Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST) has bestowed its Honorary Fellowship Award to three of its most esteemed members following the Annual General Meeting. Due to Covid-19, the organisations AGM and the handing over of the presidency and its various...

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New regional sales manager appointed at Loma Systems

New regional sales manager appointed at Loma Systems

Loma Systems has announced Ivor Milne as its new regional sales manager for Scotland. In moving into an existing position, Ivor aims to bring many years of engineering experience to Loma, having worked for leading food manufacturers in Scotland and more recently with...

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Scottish seafood businesses helping remote communities

Scottish seafood businesses helping remote communities

Scotland’s seafood sector is attempting to mitigate the effects of there Covid-19 pandemic by finding new routes to market, setting up home deliveries and arranging private sales to independent retailers.  As with many others in communities all over the UK, one pair...

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Brexit insight

Supply chain managers issue warnings over US trade deals

A hasty trade deal with the United States could weaken food standards, lower worker protections and flood the market with cheap American imports according to the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS). A survey of 1,176 UK supply chain managers by CIPS...

UK Brexit stance could lead to “worrying no deal” for food

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has expressed concern that the UK’s stance and red lines for negotiations on a trade deal with the European Union (EU) could lead to a “worrying no deal” scenario for food in the United Kingdom (UK). Last week,...

What does Brexit mean for the food industry?

As the UK prepares to leave the European Union after 47 years, Prime Minister Boris Johnson celebrated the arrival of departure day by claiming it is the ‘dawn of a new era’ – but what does Brexit really mean for the food industry? Over the past few weeks, many trade...

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