Meat producer Cranswick has continued to benefit from strong demand in supermarkets over the summer, as well as the beginnings of a recovery for food-to-go and foodservice sales as Covid-19 restrictions eased further.
Founded three years ago by brothers Harry and Jack Mayhew, the business has currently raised £945,000 from 244 investors, including ASOS CEO Nick Beighton, with the Seedrs round closing next week.
The government’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee policy and T Levels need more food-focused courses, the Association of Independent Meat Suppliers argues
Businesses and industry bodies have been left stunned by some of the measures outlined in Dimbleby’s report
Neil Parish MP also criticised the government for not pledging further financial support for exporters hit by red tape
The Spanish Chorizo Consortium said it could exceed 2020’s export figures but warned of disruption from Brexit and Covid
The wholesaler launched a £400k crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube this week