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The product nomination deadline for the 2021 Meat Management Industry Awards is this Friday, 11th June.
A new report from Bord Bia (The Irish Food Board) reveals that a third of Irish businesses in the food and drink sector experienced increased retail sales, despite the challenges posed by Covid-19 and Brexit.
Protolan works in partnership with food and drink producers to deliver manufacturing excellence - and has been doing so for over ten years. Watch this video to find out more about this official partner of the FMT Food Industry Awards 2021 which was specially created...
Around 80 engineers at Weetabix’s Kettering and Corby factories will take part in strikes this summer, in protest at the company’s ‘fire and rehire’ plans.
The mentorship programme aims to help UK food producers and farmers enter new markets for the first time by matching them with experienced exporters.
Taste and nutrition company Kerry has announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art taste facility in Irapuato, Mexico, to boost its capacity in Latin America.
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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.
MPs have called on Environment Secretary, George Eustice, to provide more details on Government aid for seafood and meat businesses which have been impacted by Brexit border delays. Trade organisations had previously called on Government to support meat and seafood...
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