Manufacture

New European warehouse boosts packaging firm’s sales

Mariani Packing, the largest independently-owned producer and packer of dried fruit in the world, said it had seen increased sales since the opening of its European warehouse.

Burton’s hosts students for engineering insight

Burton’s Biscuit Company played host to school students yesterday – so they could get an insight into what it’s like being an engineer in the food and drink industry.

Fletchers appoints new foodservice marketing manager

Fletchers Group of Bakeries has appointed a new marketing manager to help drive the growth of Kara, its foodservice brand.

Co-op relaunch sees own-label bread sales double

The Co-operative says sales of its own-label bread have doubled since it was relaunched and lowered to 75p.

Fox’s Biscuits reveals relaunch details

Fox’s Biscuits is being relaunched with a new look and new products including extending the Rocky brand into the confectionery aisle.

Stag Bakeries lands Russian deal

Stag Bakeries, a leading Scottish wholesale company, has secured a new export contract to Russia.

Ministry of Cake to add second site

Newly independent cake and dessert manufacturer Ministry of Cake plans to add a second UK site and double turnover in the next three to five years.

Greencore disposes of Ministry of Cake

Convenience food producer Greencore has announced the  disposal of its foodservice desserts business Ministry of Cake in its half-year results.

Folic acid decision delayed

The government will delay its decision to reintroduce folic acid into flour until 2015.

Pieter Totte, executive chairman of The Real Good Food Company
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Sugar dispute blow for The Real Good Food Company

Bakery ingredients supplier The Real Good Food Company (RFGC) has warned that an ongoing dispute with British Sugar will hurt its underlying profits.

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