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Kara completes £1m investment in new production plant

Kara completes £1m investment in new production plant

Kara, the foodservice arm of Finsbury Food Group, has invested over £1 million in a new production plant at its Manchester site. The investment will aim to enhance production efficiency and help improve the bakery’s capabilities and efficiencies, according to Kara....

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Dawn Meats to take over Dunbia following Jim Dobson retirement

Dawn Meats to take over Dunbia following Jim Dobson retirement

Following the announcement of chairman Jim Dobson’s retirement, Dawn Meats is to take full control over its joint venture with Dunbia. Dobson leaves the business 44 years after co-founding it with his brother Jack in 1976, growing Dunbia into one of Northern Ireland’s...

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Vegan brand Gosh! Foods invests £5m in new factory

Vegan brand Gosh! Foods invests £5m in new factory

Gosh! Food has invested £5 million into its infrastructure with the opening of a second factory site in Milton Keynes. The move comes after the business saw pre-tax profits rise 15.5% to £4.1m and signals the company’s intention to further grow within the market. The...

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Brexit insight

Dimbleby outlines part one of National Food Strategy

Following the announcement of the Government’s plans to tackle obesity within the UK, Henry Dimbleby has called for more to be done in order to support healthier diets in the first part of the National Food Strategy. The National Food Strategy was commissioned by the...

Truss says US trade deal won’t mean lower standards

International trade secretary, Liz Truss, has said the UK is not prepared to compromise on food standards in a post-Brexit trade deal with the US. Truss told the BBC: “We will not be negotiating that away as part of a trade deal. "It is against the law to import...

Truss announces new Trade and Agriculture Commission

A Trade and Agriculture Commission to help inform a post-Brexit trade policy has been announced by international secretary, Liz Truss and broadly welcomed by the industry. Truss said the new Commission would not be another quango or regulator and would be strictly...

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