The supplier of apples, berries, avocados and stone fruits saw sales grow by more than a third
The six-figure More Than Taste campaign will showcase the nutritional benefits of berries
Over 30 years, the businessman turned Finnebrogue from a small supplier into a major force in the meat category
The advertising will feature athletes Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Laura Muir and Hannah Cockroft
The Norseland brand goes on sale in Tesco’s grab & go delis on 5 May
During the past month, there has been an average of 13 days of frost across the UK
Mondelez net revenues in the first quarter of 2021 jumped 7.9% to $7.2bn, with shoppers in Europe and Asia buying more of its brands, including the likes of Oreo, Belvita, Milka and Toblerone.
The revelation comes with the FDF announcing a “pioneering” target for the industry to hit net zero carbon emissions by 2040
Aldi, Co-op, Lidl and Ocado, alongside suppliers such as Diageo and Danone, are backing the trial
The company turned to the crowd to raise money to continue growing the sales channels, win new customers and prepare for the reopening of pubs, bars and cafes as lockdown eases.
The Birds Eye and Goodfella’s owner said it had made significant progress in its annual Eating for the Planet report
The Cornish clotted cream supplier said value sales grew by over 30% last year
Supermarket prices will rise more than is necessary unless there is greater collaboration, according to Moolenaar
Onnit produces a range of supplements for improved cognitive function, mood and relaxation, gut health and immunity support
The Greater Manchester plant’s profitability had been “significantly impacted” by the ban
FDF is drawing up a roadmap to set key milestones for the carbon reduction
Harrison, currently CCEP’s VP for commercial development and a 20-year veteran of the company, will join Princes from June
The seasonal agricultural workers scheme was expanded to 30,000 permits in December
The dairy co-op gathered emissions data from 95% of its milk farmers across seven European countries
The fermented dairy drink’s Grow with Yakult campaign will give participants seeds for five Japanese vegetables
The Northern Irish supplier suggested further significant NPD was in the pipeline ‘in the coming months’
While private label grew in value 7% during the pandemic, branded goods outpaced them at 12%
Food prices were down in March, according to the ONS this week
Plant-based ice cream start-up Beau’s has netted a £400k investment to open a manufacturing facility and launch a subscription service.
The dairy alternative giant has moved up from the ‘great’ ranking it achieved three years ago
The acquisition allows THG to bring more snacking manufacturing in-house, reducing lead times for NPD launches “significantly”
However, some retailers have been criticised by producers for not doing enough to support the sector
According to Mintec, rapeseed oil at Rotterdam was priced at €1,053.33 (£909.56) per metric tonne on 7 April
The Peas Please initiative has reached a major landmark this week with 100 retailers, manufacturers and hospitality businesses signed up
The new labels, backed by all major supermarkets and most major suppliers, were launched this week
The effect of Covid-19 on consumer demand for health and in-home occasions has driven the rise
The dairy co-op’s 2020 accounts show a 69% increase in operating profit before exceptional items to €83.1m
Heineken has reported a “solid” start to the year with profits growing despite trade in Europe continuing to be hit by lockdowns. Plus, Coca-Cola European Partners changes its name following approval for its acquisition of Asia-Pacific Coke bottle Coca-Cola Amatil.
The major brassica grower’s improved performance came about despite the impact of extreme flooding in 2019
The growing industry veteran has worked for the company – originally founded by his father – since 1976
The London-based distiller, which already has supermarket listings with Waitrose, Tesco and Co-op, aims to expand off-channel exposure for its range of spirits, ready-to-drink canned cocktails and hard seltzers.
The scheme was designed to make recycling “simpler and easier” for coffee shoppers
The plant-based pioneer said the NPD would capitalise on post-lockdown gatherings
All seven launches have been showcased in a branded cabinet at Iceland
Tesco is offering incentives to suppliers who report and reduce emissions. So what does it mean for suppliers, and is there a catch?
The newest front in Britain’s culture war is seeping into food and drink. So should brands adopt the union flag on packaging and marketing – or steer clear?
Big food brands are reaping the rewards as in-home consumption remains strong, says Warren Ackerman, head of European consumer staples research at Barclays
It is essential that the business leaders of today shape new and higher standards, says Douglas Lamont, Innocent Drinks CEO and co-chair of the Better Business Act coalition
The Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare report scores the world’s top 150 food companies on their welfare practices, processes and performance based on publicly available information, along with a survey