This week, the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has reported that UK food and non-alcoholic drink exports have continued to grow in 2014, rising to £6.5bn in the first six months of the year – an increase of 4.8% on the same period in 2013.
Opportunistic retailers are striving to add credibility to private label (PL) alcohol by pushing the boundaries of quality, value, and consumer expectations.
The food and drink manufacturing industry has welcomed the first entrants onto the country’s first ever MEng Food Engineering degree programme, offered by Sheffield Hallam University in the UK.
DuPont has unveiled an expanded lineup of the Holdbac Protective cultures range to target contamination in the mild acidic environments of cheese and fresh yogurt manufacture while maintaining flavour.
Bakers that want to offer more savory products now have new options with Lallemand Baking Solutions’ launch of a range of natural aromatic Florapan yeast.
The September 2014 issue of Food and Drink Technology is available to read online for logged-in subscribers.
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