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Following the announcement, in this year’s Queen’s Speech, that the Government is to bring forward measures to address obesity issues including the banning of TV adverts for ‘unhealthy’ foods before 9pm alongside a total ban online, the FDF has criticised the move.
Pladis, the global snacking company, has announced a proposal to close its factory in Tollcross, Glasgow, subject to a full and meaningful consultation with employees. The proposal would put 468 roles at risk of redundancy.
Yandell Publishing has appointed Jane Connolly to take over the helm of the company’s meat and food portfolio.
According to the latest Shopper Confidence Index from IGD, shopper confidence has risen to its highest level in the last five years, driven by the further easing of lockdown restrictions, a sharp decline in Covid-19 cases and the rapid rollout of the vaccination programme.
Bain Capital Private Equity, a global private investment firm, has signed a definitive agreement with CapVest to acquire Valeo Foods Group , a leading pan European food business, including brands such as Kettle, Rowse and Jacobs.
The newly upgraded BRCGS Global Standard for Storage and Distribution will be adopted by HelloFresh, a leading meal kit company. The new version of the Standard, which was launched in November 2020, has been expanded to include e-commerce operations and aims to ensure...
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Although it has welcomed the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee’s report into seafood and meat exports to the EU post-Brexit, the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has asked for clarification regarding certifying officers.
Food Standards Agency CEO Emily Miles will be among the speakers discussing the impact of Covid-19 and Brexit on food safety and regulation at a conference in July.
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...
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.
New Brexit legislation on food imports from the EU which were due to begin in April have been pushed back until October, the Government has revealed.
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