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Chefs get busy with Scottish seafood

Chefs get busy with Scottish seafood

Seafood Scotland has launched its first ‘Masterclass Series’, sharing seafood skills with professional chefs in Scotland.  Over 150 chefs from restaurants, hotels, colleges, and food service businesses have signed up for the series, hosted by chef Roy Brett with...

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Meat eating and dairy consumption up during lockdown

Meat eating and dairy consumption up during lockdown

Meat eating has doubled since February while dairy consumption has also seen an increase according to research from the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) and YouGov. The research found that the amount of meat eaten since February increased from 7%...

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CCF urges government to support food supply chain

CCF urges government to support food supply chain

Cold Chain Federation president, Tim Moran, has called for Government to commit to supporting food supply chain businesses through their ‘most dangerous time’, when their foodservice customers reopen slowly and partially over the coming months. The Cold Chain...

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Covid-19 crisis highlights need for food security, says HCC CEO

Covid-19 crisis highlights need for food security, says HCC CEO

In giving evidence by video link to a committee of the Welsh Parliament this week, Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales chief executive Gwyn Howells has emphasised that the current Covid-19 crisis, and the disruption it has caused in food chains, has highlighted the...

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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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