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Voting live for Women in Meat Industry Awards 2020

Voting live for Women in Meat Industry Awards 2020

Voting for the finalists for the Women in Meat Industry Awards 2020 is now live at the official website womeninmeatawards.com. After receiving a great number of nominations, you can now register your vote for the 51 finalists which make up the following nine...

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Dimbleby outlines part one of National Food Strategy

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...

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2 Sisters launches employment drive for young people

2 Sisters launches employment drive for young people

Food manufacturer 2 Sisters Food Group is to create a network of jobs for young people across its processing sites as it backs Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s £2 billion fund for youth employment.   The new roles will be aimed specifically at people aged 16 to 24 who are on...

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FDF blasts new Government obesity proposals

FDF blasts new Government obesity proposals

The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has hit out at the Government’s new measures to tackle obesity within the UK. Prime Minister Boris Johnson also added that the proposals will help protect people from coronavirus. The new measures will see ‘buy one get one free’...

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Christine Tacon to step down as Groceries Code Adjudicator

Christine Tacon to step down as Groceries Code Adjudicator

Small Business Minister Paul Scully has confirmed that Christine Tacon will step down as Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) later this year before being replaced by Mark White. Tacon, who was due to step down from her role in June, has been reappointed for a term of up...

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Japan trade negotiations a great opportunity for UK

A UK-Japan preferential trade agreement could make a “huge contribution” towards the UK’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Food and Drink Federation (FDF). The UK's Department for International Trade (DIT) published its negotiating...

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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