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Food and Beverage
Symington's, the manufacturer of food brands including Ragu, Chicken Tonight and Golden Wonder pot noodles, is moving production of its noodles from China to the UK.
Coca-Cola Great Britain has announced that it is taking further action to be part of the solution to the global problem of obesity.
The Bradshaws will organise a fayre in Westerham, Kent, to “celebrate British manufacturing, production and farming”.
The founders of smoothie company Innocent have agreed to sell nearly all of their remaining 42% of shares to Coca-Cola.
The Office of National Statistics has released new data that shows UK manufacturing may be turning a corner after years of poor results since the credit crunch.
Billionaire Warren Buffet announced that he will take over food giant Heinz with assistance from private equity firm 3G Capital.
Another week, another horse meat contamination revealed. But with profit margins tight for food manufacturers who will absorb the cost of the suggested ramp-up in DNA testing requirements asks Dominic Watkins, senior associate, food sector group at business law firm DWF.
The UK’s first accredited food and drink engineering degree was launched yesterday at Sheffield Hallam University.
The horse meat contamination saga escalated yesterday when it was revealed that some Findus ‘beef’ lasagnes on sale in the UK consisted of 100% horse meat.
Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline is considering selling iconic drink brands Lucozade and Ribena “to ensure their continued growth” following a drop in operating profits at the company in 2012.