Nairn’s Oatcakes is one of three of Scotland’s leading producers to be nominated for the FDF Awards 2022 – to be announced in September – which celebrates exceptional talent, excellence and innovation in the industry.
If COVID wasn’t crippling enough, the post-pandemic strain on the supply chain; the war raging literally on the European Union’s doorstep; sky-rocketing energy prices and inflation; and the threat of a global food crisis have certainly had a substantial...
There’s swag galore up for grabs, including $50,000 and a year’s supply of Entenmann’s Donuts, and a bespoke cake and cake consultation from My Baker; Mr Kipling’s exceedingly good cakes launch in the US; and GoGo squeeZ gives kids the fuel they need...
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) and the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink (NSAFD) are asking producers of all sizes to back a Careers Passport initiative to accelerate recruitment in all sectors.
Premier Foods reported a 26% increase in its international sales for Q3 2017 – reflecting the ‘strategic benefit’ of its partnerships with Nissin and Mondelez International – but the company’s biggest growth came from non-branded sales, led by mince pies.
South Africa’s Competition Commission is fighting a court ruling preventing victims of a bread pricing cartel suing Waterfall City-based bakery and confectionery business Premier Foods for its role in the scheme.
Premier Foods has revealed 18% growth in trading profit in full-year results for 2013, alongside a new pensions deal and a much-awaited major capital restructuring plan designed to “liberate the firm from its past”.
Premier Foods’ £87.5M joint venture with the US-based Gores Group has drawn a mixed reception from leading City analysts, as the manufacturer confirmed trading profit for the year ended December 31 would be in line with market expectations.