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FMT Food Industry Awards ceremony to present online

FMT Food Industry Awards ceremony to present online

The annual FMT Food Awards ceremony has been scheduled to be presented online this year for the first time as a virtual event. For some time organisers had hoped to go ahead with a physical event, but the continued impact from Covid-19 has resulted in a review to...

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Young’s Seafood sold to Sofina Foods

Young’s Seafood sold to Sofina Foods

The Eight Fifty Food Group, the business behind fish processor, Young’s Seafood and the pork processor, Karro Food Group, has been sold to Canadian giant Sofina Foods for an undisclosed sum. The new company will have over 13,000 employees globally across 44 sites and...

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New frozen food venture

New frozen food venture

Three food businesses have joined forces to launch a new frozen ingredients supply venture, specialising in Individually Quick Frozen fruit, vegetables, spices and herbs for further processing by UK and Irish food manufacturers. Known as REMS Frozen Foods, the...

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Tim Rycroft is new chief executive at AHDB

Tim Rycroft is new chief executive at AHDB

Tim Rycroft, currently chief operating officer of the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has been appointed as the new CEO of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB). Commenting on his new role Rycroft said: “It’s tremendously exciting to be asked to...

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Brexit insight

No-deal could risk consumers being priced out from UK produce

The UK food industry needs to work closely with supermarkets and retailers in order to ensure British goods remain affordable as the country faces the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, according to food safety certification provider Lloyd’s Register. Earlier this month,...

Food businesses need support as EU exports fall, says FDF

The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published a new report showing that in the third quarter of 2020, food and drink exports fell by 11.6% to £5.5bn when compared to the same period in 2019, as both exports to EU and non-EU markets declined. The FDF said the...

UK organic sector to be recognised after Brexit

The European Commission has announced that the UK's six organic certification bodies will be recognised for 12-months following the end of the Brexit transition period. Concern had been growing amongst farmers that without EU recognition, organic products from the UK...

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