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Seafood giants team up to create €300m business

Seafood giants team up to create €300m business

Sykes Seafood and Klaas Puul have joined forces to create a €300m (£267.3m) pan-European seafood business. The business will specialise in all species of shrimp and will offer customers across Europe a wide range of high-quality products in chilled and frozen formats...

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2 Sisters CEO says “help us feed the nation”

2 Sisters CEO says “help us feed the nation”

Ronald Kers, CEO of 2 Sisters Food Group, has called for new workers as the company deals with the demand brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic. The company, which is one of the largest food processors in Europe, launched its first-ever nationwide recruitment campaign...

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Eustice pays tribute to food workers amid Covid-19

Eustice pays tribute to food workers amid Covid-19

Defra secretary, George Eustice, has published an open letter to acknowledge the work of food processors across the country that are continuing to feed the nation during the Covid-19 pandemic. The letter reads: "To those working hard to feed the nation. "In the face...

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Food behind two thirds of all European product recalls

Food behind two thirds of all European product recalls

New research from recall specialists Stericycle Expert Solutions has found an overall rise of six per cent in the number of items recalled by key industries across Europe in 2019, with food and drink products responsible for two thirds of the overall total. The...

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FSA offers Covid-19 guidance to food businesses

FSA offers Covid-19 guidance to food businesses

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published guidance to assist businesses in the food industry with responding to the Covid-19 outbreak. The new guidance has been developed alongside the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and covers a range...

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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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