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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.
The Premier Foods’ brand has launched a seven-strong range of bite-sized sweet treats that will comply with the UK's HFSS (high in fat, sugar and salt) regulations when they come into force in October.
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.
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.
Several private label and secondary and tertiary brands such as Paxo Stuffing are likely to be divested by Premier Foods in the coming months, claim analysts, as the UK manufacturer gets breathing space from investors.
Premier Foods CEO Michael Clarke says he is pursuing a strategy of 'category blur' to revive the company’s disappointing trading performance, as he announces new marketing ammunition for the bakery and snack ‘power brands’ central to the approach.
Troubled food giant Premier Foods still has a mountain to climb despite ceo Michael Clarke’s decision to restructure the business and appoint two new managing director (mds), according to city analysts.
Analyst RBS believes Brookes Avana is Premier Foods’ most likely candidate for disposal, following the UK food producer’s announcement at the end of last week that it is now actively looking to sell off parts of its business to allow it to deleverage.
Premier foods will need to focus on revitalizing the likes of Hovis to drive growth, leveraging prominent trends such as health and nostalgia said Datamonitor, as the company posted pre-tax loss from continuing businesses of £98m, versus a profit of £42m...
UK food processor Premier Foods remains undaunted by last year's
rising raw material costs and unseasonably warm summer weather -
posting a 12 per cent rise in pre-tax profits in its preliminary
results announced yesterday.