28 January 2021

BrewDog highlights emissions reduction deadline with MMXXX beer

BrewDog has launched a 10% abv beer designed to be aged for a decade. The brew, called MMXXX, was designed “to either celebrate humanity coming together […]
28 January 2021

Hundreds more food products may require export health certificates from April

Thousands of food products from tinned rice pudding to powdered fish stock could soon require veterinary-approved export health certificates under EU regulations set to come into […]
28 January 2021

Most forecourt operators expect sector to recover by 2024

Half of forecourt operators expect it to take up to three years for the sector to recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Since last […]
28 January 2021

Lamb suppliers warn export cost hikes may threaten future

Lamb exporters are seeing significant increases in costs and bureaucracy when trying to access vital EU export markets, in a trend that could ultimately threaten the […]
28 January 2021

Aldi drops vegan Valentine’s Day deal prices to match Morrisons

Aldi has expanded its vegan Valentine’s Day menu and dropped prices to match the dine-in deal offered by Morrisons.  As reported by The Grocer earlier this […]
28 January 2021

Lidl reports £13.6m annual loss in first separate accounts for GB business

Lidl GB has reported a £13.6m loss in its first-ever full-year separate accounts for discounter’s GB operation. The loss after tax came as Lidl GB invested […]
28 January 2021

Food leaders warn HFSS crackdown will sabotage post-Brexit trade deals

Food and drink leaders have warned the government its clampdown on promotion of HFSS foods risks wrecking post-Brexit trade deals. In a letter to the Chancellor, […]
28 January 2021

Real-terms funding for GLAA declines despite rise in cases

Real-terms funding for the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority has fallen for the second year in a row despite it dealing with a growing number of […]
28 January 2021

Organic producers warn sales to NI on brink due to delays

Northern Ireland is becoming increasingly unattractive for organic producers based in Great Britain, with the expected end of the NI trusted trader scheme set to exacerbate […]
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