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Unibio appoints new CEO to drive next stage of growth

Unibio appoints new CEO to drive next stage of growth

Unibio, the sustainable protein company, has appointed David Henstrom as its new CEO. He is expected to join the company in June 2021. This follows the decision of Henrik Busch-Larsen, the current CEO and member of the founding family, to step down from his role to pursue other business interests.

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New research looks to optimise continuous processing to boost product throughput

New research looks to optimise continuous processing to boost product throughput

Campden BRI has begun investigating how to minimise over-processing to help manufacturers maintain product quality, reduce energy costs and increase profitability. The research team aims to establish a more accurate method for calculating the overall lethality of a continuous flow process, enabling better optimised, and safe, thermal processes.

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Brexit insight

Food and drink exports to EU drop by £5.6 billion

UK exports of goods to the EU fell by £5.6 billion in January 2021 which contributed towards the biggest monthly decline in British trade for more than 20 years. Exports of food and live animals to the EU, which includes seafood and fish, decreased by £0.7 billion in...

What the ‘Brexit effect’ means for the food manufacturing sector

The ‘Brexit effect’ is impacting the food manufacturing sector in many different ways, including the availability of labour, skills and knowledge. Matthew Carr, managing director at Integrated Food Projects (IFP) explains what food manufacturers can do to solve the continuing people and skills shortage post-Brexit.

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