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A manufacturing employee from Fife, Scotland, has risen through the ranks of global snacks group Pladis, to become its youngest factory manager, leading its site in Bucharest, Romania.
Denmark-headquartered Arla Foods Ingredients has confirmed development of a single whey protein solution to address textural deterioration in protein bars.
To mark the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia, EHL Ingredients has launched a new Russian herb and spice blend.
The best new frozen food products in both retail and foodservice were recognised at the British Frozen Food Federation’s (BFFF) Annual Product Awards (7 June 2018).
In the increasingly competitive food and drink industry, more manufacturers are harnessing digital technology to streamline their processes, explains Lucy Pamment
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published the results of the first of its new quarterly business confidence surveys, polling a range of food and drink manufacturers from across the UK.
According to new research published by accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP, UK food and drink manufacturers are feeling the pinch of Brexit uncertainty but are striding ahead with investment plans to boost productivity, automation and new product development.
Natural Balance Foods is set to unveil its latest Trek Protein Flapjack flavour, Trek Cocoa Raisin.
Terinex, the market leading food and ovenable packaging solutions supplier and manufacturer with over 50 years of experience has an exciting new product to bring to market.
Recent research carried out by Ingredion has revealed that the food industry can no longer afford to ignore the influence of technology on consumer buying habits as ‘webrooming’ becomes widespread.
Snacking is central to the strategy of many food companies, with explosive growth in the number of new snacks launched between 2010 and 2017.
Edinburgh Gin has launched ready-to-drink (RTD) formats in slimline cans (250ml).
According to data and technology specialist IRI, demand for convenience and food and drink ‘on-the-go’ is helping to drive sales of snacking products, particularly crisps and salty snacks, across Europe.
Nestlé UK has revealed that chocolate fanatics across the UK will be the first in Europe to get their hands on a four finger KitKat made with Ruby chocolate.