Ronald Kers will be taking over the role of Group CEO from Seamus Kearney at Valeo Foods Group. “I’m thrilled to be joining Valeo Foods, and look forward to partnering with the team to help realize the ambition of building a scale and growing platform of multi-national food brands” said…
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Chris Elliott takes a moment to reflect on two of the key themes of the Food Safety Conference – food security and accessibility – and shines a light on the excellent work of FareShare in helping to create a fairer and less wasteful industry.
We are already experiencing the worst food inflation in 50 years, but shoppers can expect to see prices rise further as businesses have no choice but to waiver the costs, 2 Sisters Food Group boss warns.
Helen Sisson, Group Technical Director at Birmingham-based food manufacturer, 2 Sisters Food Group, tells New Food about her role within the company.
M&S Head of Food Technology Kate Stein said the investment would enable the retailer and 2 Sisters to become more responsive to customers' changing needs.
The UK's biggest chicken supplier has appointed a new head more than two months after its former CEO announced he was leaving.
After 25 years at the helm of 2 Sisters Food Group, Ranjit Singh Boparan has announced he is leaving his position as CEO to take up a new one at the top of the chicken supplier's parent company.
Unite the Union has said it will 'press the case' for jobs and investment to save the sites after the announcement was made last week.
The CEO of the hygiene scandal-struck 2 Sisters Food Group has apologised before the British House of Commons Environment and Rural Affairs Committee.
The latest development in the saga caused by the exposure of unsafe working practices at a poultry plant, 2 Sisters' CEO will appear before the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.
Sky News has reported 2 Sisters Food Group-owned Burton's and Fox's are in merger talks which, if successful, could munch 20 per cent of the market.
The firm was struck by scandal last Friday as undercover reporters working for the Guardian and ITV exposed unsanitary and unsafe practices at one of its poultry processing plants.
An investigation run by the Guardian and ITV News found a supplier to Britain's supermarkets had been altering food-safety records.
19 February 2016 | By Victoria White
NSAFD Chief Executive, Justine Fosh, said that the sector needed to recruit 107,000 people by 2025 but that, at present, as a sector, “At best we are ignored, at worst we are not considered to be an industry of choice"...