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The partnership aims to expand the brewers' beer portfolios, accelerate product innovation and increase distribution reach.
Murdoch MacLennan, Partner & Head of Brewing & Distilling at Campbell Dallas, tells New Food how the novel coronavirus has impacted UK brewing supply and demand.
BrewDog commits to sustainable beer production and sets out new course for business which balances profit with people and planet.
The challenge for scientists to date is said to have been the development of easily controlled methods to promote nanobubble formation and nanobubble release.
There is increasing global demand to establish the authenticity of food products by demonstrating an unbroken supply chain from the source through to the final consumers.
The Canadian Craft Brewers Association has issued an open letter stating that the majority of craft breweries in Canada are in trouble – with most not being profitable even before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Optimizing consumption of raw materials & plant performance through opportunities in combination with Industrial Internet of Things IIoT technologies.
To support the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic and battle shortages of urgently needed antibacterial gel, Manchester Gin Distillery has started producing hand sanitiser.
Breweries in the EU are reported to throw out around 3.4 million tonnes of unspent grain every year, weighing the equivalent of 500,000 elephants.
The UK craft spirits industry has filed a record number of trade mark registrations, rising 12 percent in the past year compared to the year before.
Scientists say time is running out to save the planet before it enters a stage of no return. As such, sustainability has never been more important. New Food hears how Wye Valley Brewery has been reducing its carbon footprint.
New Food Magazine catches up with some of the visitors and exhibitors at the 2019 Kent County Show.
A delay in the government’s new calorie reduction guidelines provides an opportunity for retailers to work closely with suppliers as it means they can begin to make changes to their own brand product ranges to get ahead and appeal to more health-conscious consumers...