These are all the posts that have been tagged with manufacturing.
UK companies have joined forces to form the Gluten-Free Industry Association (GFIA), designed to help ensure high standards and provide consumer confidence in the manufacture of gluten-free products.
Confectionery brand Bebeto has underlined its intention to invest in the UK confectionery market by acquiring Dexters confectionery.
The Almond Board of California (ABC) has announced it is currently looking for ways to optimise almond co-products such as almond hulls, shells and other woody materials in order to reduce food waste.
Cocoa giant Barry Callebaut has completed its acquisition of a Belgian chocolate factory from Mondelēz International.
The top five insights to appear on Confectionery Production in 2016 included a look at the opportunties the growing legalisation of marijuana across the USA and Canada is having on the confectionery market, as well as factors to consider when choosing the right gelling agents for confectionery.
Industrial weighing machine manufacturer Yamato Scale Dataweigh UK has moved to a bigger new factory that will help it improve lead times and enhance workflow and efficiencies.
Andrew Yates outlines the factors to consider when investing in automation and end of line packaging systems.
With a clear focus on protein and gelatin free concepts, Health Ingredients Europe (HiE) provided manufacturers with plenty of food for thought. Katie Smith reports.
As part of its ongoing expansion in the sourdoughs and baking ingredients market in Western Europe, yeast specialist Lesaffre has acquired UK-based LFI Tollblend and Tecno Bakery in Spain.
The Confectionery Production team were at Food Matters Live in London yesterday to discover the latest trends in the industry and see all the new product launches on show.
John Tierney evaluates the trends, challenges and opportunities in labelling and coding.
Confectionery Production’s web editor Megan Humphrey attended the European Cocoa Forum in Dubrovnik, Croatia, to discover the challenges facing the cocoa industry.
The Confectionery Production team are in Dubai this week for Gulfood Manufacturing. As well as meeting existing contacts in the industry, the exhibition has been a great chance to meet new company representatives.
UK-based Crediton Confectionery has been bought out of administration, saving over 70 jobs at its Devon sweets factory.