5 February 2021

Fourpure Brewing Co overhauls kegging and canning lines at London base

Fourpure Brewing Co has completed a massive £2.5m makeover at its London base. The Lion-owned craft brewer has installed new kegging and canning lines it said […]
5 February 2021

‘Arcane’ rules on own label driving up food waste

Thousands of tonnes of food is ending up as animal feed or going to anaerobic digestion because of “arcane” supermarket rules on the use of own-label […]
5 February 2021

Certas Energy acquires seven forecourts in north east England

Fuel supplier Certas Energy has purchased seven forecourts in the north east of England as it continues to grow its Gulf network across the UK. The […]
5 February 2021

NI wholesaler Lynas wins £1.25m contract to supply vulnerable with food boxes

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5 February 2021

Startup Happi launches oat milk chocolate range

Startup confectioner Happi has launched a range of oat milk chocolate. The range, which Happi claims is the first mass market range of oat milk chocolates […]
5 February 2021

Bulldog announces full range of moisturiser is carbon neutral

Bulldog Skincare’s full range of moisturisers are now carbon neutral, the brand has announced. Its Sensitive, Oil Control, Age Defence, Protective and Energising moisturisers have received […]
5 February 2021

65 retail CEOs heap pressure on Boris Johnson to tackle shopworker abuse

Retail leaders have piled pressure on Boris Johnson to better protect shopworkers in a letter signed by 65 CEOs. The letter urges the prime minister to […]
5 February 2021

Food factory absence levels fall as testing is ramped up

Absence levels in UK food factories have fallen sharply, suggesting the industry may have successfully ridden the latest wave of the pandemic. An FDF workforce survey […]
5 February 2021

EU exports slowed by wrong colour ink and other red tape

EU countries are each insisting on different paperwork requirements for British goods entering the single market, with issues such as wrong ink colours causing delays. It […]
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