Pizza firm to add 120 jobs / Fullers Foods' Asda deal / Dairy Crest CEO replaced / Greggs boss on obesity / Hofmeister reborn / Pladis revisits priorities / Abattoir invests in retail / FSA foodservice labels plans / Vegan bacon launch / Moo Free NPD push

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Dr Oetker 30m investment to create 120 jobs
 
Frozen pizza maker Dr Oetker is planning to create more than 100 jobs at its Leyland plant following a 30m investment that has doubled capacity...
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Fullers Foods Asda deal to boost supply chain
 
Food growers and suppliers will be able to secure longer term contracts after a new multi-million pound deal struck between Fullers Food and Asda...
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Dairy Crest boss replaced
 
Dairy Crest chief executive officer (CEO) Mark Allen has stepped down and been replaced by the companys deputy chief executive and group finance director Tom Atherton...
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Greggs boss: no unlevel playing-field in obesity battle
 
Targeting larger companies only in the out-of-home (OOH) sector as part of the Governments drive to combat obesity risks squeezing the balloon in favour of independent operators, the boss of the UKs largest bakery chain has warned...
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Hofmeister: Built up from the bear bones
 
Two longstanding friends are drawing on a Bavarian brewers process and recipe to successfully reinvent a well-known lager that was shelved 25 years ago...
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Pladis to focus on core range
 
McVities-owner Pladis is to rebalance its business to focus on its core range of products, as it identifies a 330m opportunity for the biscuit sector...
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Abattoir invests in supply chain
 
Norfolk-based abattoir H G Blake has purchased a local butchery business to help increase traceability along its supply chain...
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FSA: list all ingredients in store
 
Food outlets should list all ingredients to prevent allergy related incidents, as part of strict new rules proposed by the Food Standards Agency (FSA)...
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Vivera to launch vegan bacon in Sainsburys
 
Plant-based meat alternatives producer Vivera is to launch 100% fat free vegan bacon pieces into Sainsburys stores...
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Moo Free poaches Samworth Brothers product developer
 
Moo Free, the dairy-free and organic confectionery manufacturer has poached Samworth Brothers head development chef to spearhead a fresh approach to product development...
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Devon gangmaster barred from unlicensed activity
 
A man supplying food processing staff via a recruitment agency has been prevented from putting forward workers without a licence following investigations by the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) in Devon...
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Eco-friendly packaging producers warned against inflating claims
 
Producers of bio-based packaging materials need to be careful not to over-claim their products and face the same public backlash as genetically-modified (GM) crops, the chair of the Committee on Climate Change has warned...
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2 Sisters set to offload puddings maker?
 
2 Sisters Food Group is expected to continue shedding peripheral businesses in a bid to focus on its core poultry offering, as reports surface it plans to auction off Christmas pudding manufacturer Matthew Walker...
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GLOBAL INDUSTRY NEWS
 
 
NZ meat sector demands clarity over methane proposals
 
The New Zealand meat industry has hit back at proposed methane reduction targets set out for them... Read

 
 
Pork consumption rises in Spain
 
Pork consumption in Spain rose last year, driven by growth in the frozen category... Read

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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