Foodservice equipment specialist the Ali Group has acquired storage and transport product supplier InterMetro Industries Corporation and its subsidiaries (Metro) from global engineering firm Emerson.
The Cornish Sea Salt Company has announced plans to target increased international sales and ramp up its UK production facilities following £975,000 in growth capital funding
Independent food ingredients company Macphie of Glenbervie has become one of the first companies in the UK to achieve B Corp certification as acknowledgment of its commitment to social and environmental ethics, transparency and accountability.
After 16 years in Bermondsey, south London, the Drury Tea & Coffee Company has relocated to new premises in Woolwich, also in south London, in a multi-million pound investment.
The third and final day of Abergavenny Food Festival took place last Sunday and saw thousands more food-lovers visit the beautiful Welsh town to listen to world-class chefs, join in with tasting sessions and sample the offerings of 220 stallholders along the market streets.
A host of food, drink, and hospitality suppliers are to compete in the Innovation Challenge Awards at this year’s Lunch! show at London’s Business Design Centre.
AHDB Beef and Lamb’s latest Focus on Foodservice report highlights key areas in which foodservice suppliers and operators can maximise footfall and profit.
Chris Welham has been announced as the new chief executive officer at Wadworth & Co and joins from his recent role as managing director of Spirit Leased at Spirit Pub Company.
Now is the time to enjoy the best of British products and, with the help of the EU Protected Food Name scheme, chefs can have confidence they are getting the quality they expect from British specialities.
Tea brands including PG Tips, Tetley, Yorkshire Tea, and Twinings have vowed to improve the tea estates they buy from in India after a BBC investigation found “dangerous and degrading” working conditions.
Earlier this year, The Caterer and the Norwegian Seafood Council set out to educate the industry about the versatility of Norwegian fjord trout with the help of top chefs from the UK and Norway. Lisa Jenkins reports on the results
The new Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) will see a sector-focused activity delivered under six brands: AHDB Beef and Lamb (formerly known as EBLEX), AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds, AHDB Dairy, AHDB Horticulture, AHDB Pork and AHDB Potatoes, while cross-sector projects will be delivered as AHDB.
Food critic Charles Campion has joined the British Roast Dinner Week judging panel, to help decide which pub will win the title of Best British Roast Dinner in 2015.