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Grupo Bimbo reaffirms pledge to fight climate change

As the US bows out of Paris Agreement, Mexican multinational Grupo Bimbo S.A.B. de C.V. reiterates its commitment to lessen its impact on the environment.

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Sébastien Touflet elected president of Fédération des Entrepreneurs de Boulangerie

The Fédération des Entrepreneurs de Boulangerie (FEB) has announced the election of Sébastien Touflet as its new president.

Pladis vows to change mental health perception in the workplace

The McVitie’s and Jacob’s owner is the latest company to sign a pledge with Time to Change to change the way people view employee mental health.

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China to familiarize Western market with ‘pinyin’ baked treats

China’s diverse bakery industry – encompassing bakers of traditional ‘pinyin’ (literally translated as ‘Chinese style cakes and snacks’) and producers of modern items like croissants and waffles – is growing...

Against the Grain: Food Waste

Too good to throw away

Innovative snack start-ups are proving there’s no reason for the world to continue wasting 1.6bn tons of food valued at almost $1 trillion yearly.

Have your cake and eat it: The Brexit effect on bakery and snacks

BakeryandSnacks asked exhibitors at ife 2017, held in London at the beginning of March, what effects Brexit may have on their companies.

UK food industry calls for early Brexit deal with Ireland

Heads of the British food and drink industry have called on the government to organise early Brexit trade deals with the Republic of Ireland.

Americans helping Americans

Breaking the fast: Campbell’s-funded start-up aims to make cereal accessible to all

Four Campbell’s employees secured investment to set up The Soulfull Project – a ‘buy one, give one’ cereal venture in the US. 

Guest article

Breaking down the US packaging market for bakery and snacks

Charles D. Yuska, president and CEO of PMMI, sheds light on the trends and challenges affecting the US processing and packaging industries.

Kerry Group wins BakingTech 2017 Innovation Award

The global food ingredients company won the American Society of Baking’s 2017 Innovation Award for Operational Excellence at BakingTech 2017, held in Chicago, US, last month.

Sluggish growth forecast for global cereal sector to 2025, says analyst

IndexBox market researchers expect slow rise in demand for cereals due to protracted macroeconomic and climate challenges.

Guest article

The Brexit effect on food safety regulations

The implications of the Brexit referendum have left many in the food industry uncertain of how future food safety assurance will be influenced. Simon Weaver, red24’s Product Risks Commercial Manager,...

Guest article

How to avoid a PR crisis in five easy steps

Sticking to the truth and not shying away from comment are sound strategies when an unexpected crisis like a product recall arises, writes director of Ingredient Communications’ Richard Clarke.

Guest article

Prevention is better than cure for bakery recalls

Bakery and snack manufacturers must prepare strategies in advance of a product recall to prevent it damaging the brand, writes product safety director of Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS, Josep Tous.

Industry reacts to RSPO's Impact Report

FoodNavigator approached industry and campaigners for their reflections on the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)'s 2016 Impact Report. What are the challenges and opportunities in the next 12 months?

Dealing with Recalls – Prevention and How to Avoid a PR Disaster for Candy and Snacks

UN consultant joins BakeryAndSnacks Product Recall Debate

BakeryAndSnacks is hosting a panel discussion on how snacks and candy makers can best deal with product recalls at ProSweets in Cologne.

Ardent Mills joins partners to help feed Africa

The US flour-milling and ingredients company has joined General Mills, Cargill, Royal DSM, Buhler and The Hershey Company in assisting eight African countries to feed themselves.

Don’t tax sugar – just sweeten the deal for healthy snacks, say campaigners

The 'Don’t tax healthy' campaign, started by OPPO ice cream, is fighting for UK tax breaks on low sugar foods, saying a system of incentives for healthy alternatives should come before penalties....

Cereal Partners could be hit by industrial action at Shredded Wheat plant

Trade union Unite could call upon its members working at Cereal Partners Worldwide (CPW)  in Wiltshire, UK, to strike.

We're recruiting: Could you be the next editor of BakeryandSnacks?

BakeryandSnacks - the leading global trade publication for manufacturers in the bakery, snacks and cereal sectors - is seeking a new editor to take it to the next level.

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Have your say: We want your views on the Brexit vote

Britain’s food and drink businesses have been left limbo by the result of the Brexit referendum, when 52% of UK voters declared they wanted to leave the European Union.

Opinion

EU unzipped: How bread can cut it in post-Brexit Britain

Industries on both sides of the English Channel are already feeling the impact of the uncertainty brought about by the Brexit referendum result. No-one will be immune, but Vince Bamford...

Sweet news for plant bakers

A new invert syrup from British Sugar offers convenience and flexibility benefits for plant bakers.Invasweet was developed to meet the bakery market's need for a...

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