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Food Manufacture (Magazine)

Food Manufacturer is the best-read monthly magazine for Britain's biggest manufacturing sector. It also carries a very successful food and drink recruitment section, with exciting career opportunities in every issue. Food Manufacturer’s audience of senior and middle managers are attracted by its blend of engaging, in-depth and up-to-the-minute content:

  • business & technical news
  • comment, analysis & interviews
  • factory profiles & product news
  • latest recruitment listings

Key Contacts

Rod Addy Editor Tel: +44 (0)1293 846567 Email: 

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Latest industry news from Food Manufacture (Magazine)


Kinnerton to boost vegan and free-from chocolate production

Kinnertonâs Norfolk factory is gearing up to produce more than 3,000 vegan and free-from chocolate bars in 2019, Food Manufacture has learned.


Industry supports Butchery Standard Apprenticeship

The meat industry has lent its support to the Butchery Standard Apprenticeship.


Tenzing to launch new energy drink flavour

Plant-based energy drink brand Tenzing is gearing up to debut a new flavour this summer following its first round of investment after two years of being entirely self-funded.


New regulatory system will ‘need to be paid for’: FSA

Food and drink manufacturers will have to bear the âcost of regulationâ to ensure they comply with the Food Standards Agencyâs (FSAâs) new sustainable funding model, its chair Heather Hancock has reiterated.


Sainsbury report forecasts consumers growing own meat

Picking up a cut of meat at the supermarket could become a thing of the past by 2050, according to Sainsburyâs Future of Food report.


Explosions rock meat processing plant

Explosions have rocked a meat processing factory in County Durham responsible for making doner kebabs for the foodservice sector.


Grandin: sexism rife in meat industry

Sexism almost derailed the career of Temple Grandin, she revealed at the Meat Business Women Conference in London.


Growing thirst for alcohol-free ‘alternative’ spirits

Growing consumer demand for alcohol-free, adult soft drinks has sparked a wave of new start-ups hoping to capitalise on the expanding category, as evidenced in Wednesdayâs (15 May) UK Soft Drinks Conference.


Supply chain software firm finds fresh funding

Food tech specialist Authenticate Information Systems has secured a new funding round of Â2.3m that will allow it to double the size of its software and data teams.


Nestlé UK boss calls for more plastics recycling

Nestlà UKâs chief executive Stefano Agostini has called for the UK plastics recycling infrastructure to be dramatically improved to help food and drink brand owners meet challenging new recycling targets.

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