The results are in: We asked FoodNavigator readers what Brexit means for them and their business. Nearly 300 responded - and almost one third said they are now considering relocating their business outside of the UK.
Sparkling Ice - the flavored sparkling water brand which has seen success in its native US market with more than $659m in retail sales last year - is launching this month in the UK and Ireland. Kevin Klock, CEO, Talking Rain Beverage Company, tells BeverageDaily...
Health and nutrition retailer Holland & Barrett has secured a £20m (€25.44m) deal with Indian hospital chain Apollo Hospitals, an agreement which will see 1000 franchise stores open across India over the next five years.
Cott Beverages VP of marketing, Jon Biller, tells BeverageDaily.com that his firm often 'fast follows' where big brands lead, but that retailers are now demanding innovation, as evidenced by a recent first to market launch.
Two more senior Cadbury executives have left Kraft Foods, joining the other senior management figures who have resigned since the confectioner's takeover by the US food group in February, claim media reports.
Kraft’s reputation in the UK has been badly hit by its behaviour during the acquisition of Cadbury and it should be subject to continuous scrutiny over its subsequent pledges, claim UK politicians who heard evidence from Kraft executives last month.
Synergy has adopted a new structure for its businesses in the UK
and Ireland, with closer coordination of operations and development
activities and the ultimate aim of providing a 'one touch' service
Growth in the retail ethnic foods in Europe is outpacing overall
growth in the foods and drink sector, according to Leatherhead Food
International, offers new challenges and opportunities to
manufacturers and ingredient companies.
It is time to admit that society is fighting a part-time battle
against the bulge, willingly lambasting soft drinks, burgers and
chocolate, while shuffling silently away from a fairly dismal
Food makers must leap into ethnic food development to ensure they
cash in on the burgeoning European market for packaged ethnic foods
predicted to hit €7 billion in Europe by 2009 on double digit
Against the backdrop of tighter traceability rules the UK's food
watchdog will focus on the relationship between food ingredients
and the final food label, at an upcoming seminar between
stakeholders next month.
Two of Britain's biggest agriculture companies, faced with an
increasingly unstable market and rising costs, have announced they
will merge to insulate themselves and compete more effectively
through local grain markets, writes...
Cheaper sugar ingredients could be on the way for food makers as
rumours continue to circulate about the proposed new rules to the
EU sugar regime that could open up the protected European market,
prompting Danish sugar giant Danisco...