The authoritative independent voice of the UK food industry

Latest Industry News from Food Management Today

Whitworths sees sales boom during coronavirus

Whitworths sees sales boom during coronavirus

Snacking and ingredients firm Whitworths saw a “significant sales increase” during lockdown with a turnover of more than £117 million, according to the company’s annual financial results. While sales were up as a result of the pandemic, Whitworths added that it had...

read more
Chancellor unveils ‘winter economy plan’ for businesses

Chancellor unveils ‘winter economy plan’ for businesses

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced another support scheme for UK businesses which will replace the existing furlough scheme. The winter economy plan will see the Government and employers pay one-third of workers equivalent salary each for the next six months from...

read more

Get more info about the FMT Food Industry Awards

To find out more about this fantastic awards initiative for the food industry, click here.

Food Management Today magazine

Food Management Today magazine is the modern, independent voice of the UK food industry, offering news, opinion, expertise and information to Britain’s top managers and executives. Food Management Today is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

Brexit insight

NFU urges Government to back British farming in trade deals

The National Farmers Union (NFU) is calling on politicians to give Parliament a say on how future trade deals impact British food and farming. The 9th September marks ‘Back British Farming’ day and the NFU has published a new report that showcases the high standards...

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...

Sign up for our weekly e-newsletter

The Food Management Today Weekly e-newsletter, delivering news for the food industry every Friday FREE!
Don’t get it?
Sign Up

Free subscription

Sign up to receive your free subscription to Food Management Today magazine.
Sign up

See the latest issue

Click here

Interested in advertising?

Contact Michelle Ingerfield to find out what Food Management Today could do for you.

See the rates