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Here is your weekly round-up of shelf-life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
UK snack manufacturer, Tayto Group has joined forces with Yorkshire’s Bite UK in a new joint venture.
Wolf Packaging, whose UK business arm is based in Birmingham, received orders for over 300 machines in 2018, while the group’s profitable revenue exceeded €30 million for the first time in the company’s history.
Vieve, a fruity protein drink will now be available at major online supermarket Ocado.
The deal is the first to be secured by Unilever’s new chief executive Alan Jope since his appointment last month. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Snack brand Serious Pig has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £350k to fund growth of the business over the next three years.
The International Food & Drink Event (IFE) 2019 has announced it is collaborating with six industry experts for this year’s fair, to “help build the best and most insightful IFE for buyers and producers alike”.
UK based Huel has refreshed its snack bar to to improve upon the quality, texture, taste and longevity of the bar.
The demand to live a healthier lifestyle is increasing, yet 4 in 5 people across Northern Europe do not know about the essential nutrients they have in their diet, according to new research published by Arla Foods.
Japanese brewer Asahi is buying the beer business of Britain’s Fuller Smith & Turner’s for £250 million ($327 million), in a deal that will allow Fuller’s to focus on its pub and hotel holdings.
As the UK government gets set to consult on the mandatory fortification of flour with folic acid, it’ll be interesting to see how discussions play out – particularly as parties on both sides of the argument are equally vociferous in their views.
Devil’s Point, developed by Deeside Distillery, is the first rum to be aged in a variation of experimental casks.
With news of tougher food labelling laws being proposed to prevent further deaths of people with allergies, new research has found that a staggering 55% of UK consumers have unintentionally consumed food restricted from their diet.
Allergen food labels are a source of confusion for today’s Brits according to latest research from Mintel, as only 37% of consumers agree that it is easy to identify which allergens a product is free from by its label.