Is Supreme Court ruling on delivery riders really a ‘conclusion’?

Riders are not in an ‘employment relationship’, the court has ruled


Concerns raised as England’s first on-land salmon farm given green light

The 10-acre farm was proposed by AquaCultured Seafood and when constructed will produce 5,000 tonnes of salmon per year, making it one of the largest in the world


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Whitby Seafoods appoints new finance director

The leading scampi manufacturer has appointed Carol Gee to its board, following a recruitment process led by Headstar

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Noble Foods expands board with two new non-exec directors

Mallika Basu and Anwar Sultan will join the family-owned business in November 2023 and February 2024 respectively



How LSE is boosting the next generation of F&B entrepreneurs

The Food & Beverage Deepdive Programme will connect aspiring entrepreneurs with industry experts, says Nisha Ramisetty, advisor – special programmes, LSE Generate


Iceland facing strike action ahead of Christmas period

 Workers at two Iceland warehouse sites operated by GXO are considering industrial action

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Union calls for Wilko owners to be grilled by MPs over chain’s collapse

GMB Union has called on the Business & Trade Select Committee to hold an emergency session to demand answers

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First three towns to get a new Wilko store named

New owner CDS Superstores is pledging to prioritise former Wilko workers in recruiting for the new stores

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Who holds the power at Britain’s biggest supermarkets?

From established giants to emerging disruptors, billionaires to loyal ladder climbers. Journey through the boardrooms of the country’s leading supermarkets

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Poundland in ‘biggest ever quarter of organic space growth’

The variety discounter is due to have opened or relocated 75 stores in the three months to the end of December, including former Wilko sites


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