Covid has impacted M&A in the food sector in several ways, as Mark Lynch, partner at Oghma Partners, reports.
Cold Chain Federation announces seminars on post-Brexit evolution of H&S and food safety regulations
In January 2021 two online seminars will examine how health & safety and food safety regulations could change in the wake of the UK-EU Brexit deal, as well as examining how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the cold chain.
European Freeze Dry has announced it is offering continued access to its production technologies, regardless of the result of EU-UK trade negotiations.
Temporary cooling systems and chillers could provide a way to safeguard against the rapidly shifting situation, according to Aggreko.
Government must deliver on its promise, says FDF as food and drink exports increase but the rate of growth is low
As the Brexit deadline approaches once more, the Bord Bia Brexit Barometer 2019: Results & Actions, reveals that Irish food and drink firms’ preparedness for Brexit has jumped to 93%.
A collective of more than 30 organisations from across the UK’s food and drink supply chain have published a call-to-action for governments to support and champion the UK’s largest industry.
The UK’s fastest growing food and beverage company has been named as plant-based business Strong Roots, according to Alantra’s annual Food & Beverage Fast 50.