New Food’s Bethan Grylls speaks with three well-known food brands to hear how companies can transition to a totally transparent model and outlook.
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Food manufacturer Princes is planning its largest every investment in soft drinks in the Welsh capital, as it looks to expand its product range beyond fruit juice.
The food manufacturer has made what it has called the largest ever capital investment in its UK manufacturing facilities.
The company will remove the 96 tonnes of plastic - equivalent of 20 million plastic shopping bags - by transitioning to cardboard packaging.
A new research report predicts that the global ready-to-eat soup market will grow at an estimated CAGR of 5.9% during the period 2017-2022 and exceed a value of US$ 750 million by the end of 2019.
Eco-friendly shoppers in the UK will have their first taste of sustainable Western Pacific tuna as Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified cans of the fish hit shelves this month.
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"...
20 January 2016 | By Victoria White
The introduction of the high speed cooker for baked beans will further advance Princes' position as a leader in baked bean products in the UK...
19 January 2016 | By Victoria White
Princes, one of Europe’s fastest growing food and drink groups, has invested again in its Bradford soft drinks factory this year as part of an ongoing programme of investment in its manufacturing operations...
11 January 2016 | By Victoria White
The company says the new office will enable it to effectively meet growing demand and continue to provide customers with added value that supports their growth plans...
12 November 2015 | By Victoria White
Work has begun on the project, which will include a factory extension to accommodate a new bottling line...