News

  • Consumers: Animal Welfare’s A Priority

    26 March 2007 News
    A new survey from Eurobarometer has revealed a full 56% of British food buyers would be willing to change their choice of supermarket based on issues of animal welfare.
  • Retail: Locals Say No To Tesco

    23 March 2007 News
    The people of Manningtree in Essex are making a stand against Tesco's plans to open a convenience store in its small, rural town.
  • Cheese - Ad Ban Protest Continues

    22 March 2007 News
    A Liberal Democrat MP has come out in support of moves to overturn the banning of cheese product advertising during TV programming aimed at children aged under 16, it has emerged.
  • Retail: Focus On Organic

    22 March 2007 News
    Independent retailers would do well to increase the amount of organic products they stock, due to new research that highlights the growth of the sector.
  • Trend: Snacking’s A Lucrative Market

    21 March 2007 News
    A gap in the market for snack food that is simultaneously convenient, healthy and indulgent is ripe for exploitation by canny retailers, according to a new report from analyst group, Datamonitor.
  • Report: Organic Milk Sales Soar

    20 March 2007 News
    According to new research, retailers can cash in on organic milk as sales have continued to increase over the last year.
  • Retail: Carbon Footprints Revealed

    16 March 2007 News
    Walkers and Innocent has both started labelling their products with a carbon footprint in an attempt to reduce their future impact on the environment.
  • Report: A Third Of Food Is Wasted

    16 March 2007 News
    The average household in Britain throws away almost a third of all the food it buys, a report is expected to reveal today.
  • Industry: A New Labelling Row

    15 March 2007 News
    A new campaign has been launched by 21 major food companies and retailers to label food more clearly with its nutritional content in a bid to combat the UK's rise in obesity.
  • Business: Red Tape Takes Its Toll

    15 March 2007 News
    New research published today by the Forum of Private Business (FPB) has revealed that small businesses spend, on average, 14 hours per month coping with health and safety regulations.
  • Report: Consumers Trust Celebrities

    15 March 2007 News
    An independent survey carried out on behalf of IFE07 has revealed consumers listen to celebrity chefs over the Government, when it comes to food issues.
  • Retail: A Centre For Excellence

    14 March 2007 News
    A new food centre, set to open in Ludlow next month, will serve up 50 new jobs and provide training for butchers, bakers, delicatessen staff, greengrocers and cooks.
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