Comment & opinion
A sense of confidence in the Welsh food and drink sector is being tempered by ’ansicrwydd’ or uncertainty around Brexit
Progress has been made, but chocolate manufacturers have work to do, says Rob McWilliam, head of Earthworm Foundation
Public interest in gut health has rocketed in recent years, as has knowledge of the connection between gut and mental health. So where are the products playing on this gut-brain angle?
Albert Heijn in the Netherlands is leading the way with bold initiatives to acknowledge and eradicate human rights abuses in its supply chains, says Rachel Wilshaw, ethical trade manager at Oxfam
Sainsbury’s and Asda have promised to put £1bn back into shoppers’ pockets – but with Brexit and other inflationary pressures on the horizon, is their attention in the right place?
The food MD is in an ebullient mood over the M&S transformation plan, but will it work?
The first step is for brands to prioritise planning, selecting the right media to achieve their objectives and to deliver their message, says Matt Lee, managing director at Capture
Contestants didn’t worry too much about a showstopping bake or a Hollywood handshake
The new tariff system is – in the words of FDF CEO Ian Wright – ‘confusing and complex’
Much talk in the industry this week focused on the seismic events taking place in Europe