The impressive range of entries in the Best food manufacturing or processing innovation category of the World Food Innovation Awards 2015, highlights a number of important trends.
Despite falling oil prices, switching from oil to LPG could save companies a fortune, and dramatically reduce their carbon footprint.
- Efficiency and condition monitoring
Claire Rowan, 26 Mar 2015
- 563 food and drink acquisitions in 2014
Richard Hall, 15 Jan 2015
- Innovation struck a chord in 2014
Claire Rowan, 22 Dec 2014
- Ex-McVitie’s director ‘goes against the grain’
9 Dec 2014
- Hot melt technology and resealable film lids at Emballage 2014
Claire Rowan, 20 Nov 2014
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Claire Phoenix spoke with Jamie Rice, Sales and marketing director for Foodtrending and RTS Resource Ltd at Nutraformulate about growth in healthy ingredients.
Coca-Cola Enterprises has partnered with an academic institution to launch a new research program into sustainability in the manufacturing sector.
The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) and the British Fluid Power Association (BFPA) have agreed to form a collaborative alliance.
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- Phoenix Technologies creates new melt-form rPET pellet for bulk handling
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- Greencore's first US sandwich facility could use 900 tonnes of Irish cheese
- Lakeland Dairies invests €36m in post-quota milk powder production