Manufacture

Bid to launch ‘spent grain’ bakery in London

A food and drink business is aiming to launch a bakery dedicated to producing goods from the by-product of beer making.

Warning over ‘hard Brexit’ for baked good exports

Food and drink suppliers exporting to the EU may face tariffs because of rules governing the origin of products.

Coveney takes US lead role in Greencore shake-up

Greencore boss Patrick Coveney is to split his time between the UK and the US as the business announces a restructure of its US operations and leadership.

Eid family buys back Signature from Aryzta

Signature Flatbreads has bought out its joint venture partner Aryzta.

Aryzta profits crash in wake of rising costs and US woes

Earnings at baked goods supplier Aryzta have fallen by almost a third as the business looks to turn around its performance.

McVitie’s ‘Sweeter Together’ marketing drive launched by Pladis

Pladis has launched a £9.7m advertising campaign called ‘Sweeter Together’ for its McVitie’s brand.

Artist Hazel Reeves alongside the 'Cracker Packers' statue
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Pladis reveals Cracker Packers statue for Women’s Day

Biscuit manufacturer Pladis is today unveiling a ‘Cracker Packers’ statue in Carlisle, Cumbria, to mark International Women’s Day (8 March).

‘There is a huge challenge to inspire more young women to join the industry’

Nina Sparks, general manager of Pladis’ bakery in Harlesden, asks how young women can be encouraged to take up engineering

Calorie reduction: industry and experts respond

Public Health England has launched a new campaign calling on businesses to slash 20% from the calorie content of certain foods by 2024.

Waitrose cheesecake recalled over plastic contamination fear

A New York cheesecake produced by Bakkavor for Waitrose is being recalled due to fears over plastic contamination.

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