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The Grocer

The Perfumer & Flavorist

Stacey David Smells the Belle Aire
Belle Aire Creations promoted Stacey David to senior account executive after working with the company for 12 years.
Frutarom to Lead Expansion in South Africa
Frutarom is expanding its reach in Johannesburg, South Africa with the opening of a center for research and development, innovation, laboratories, sales and marketing and production.
Symrise Turns Focus Away From Profit
Symrise is placing a larger emphasis on company growth as opposed to driving its profit margins.
Patent Pick: Mega Mint Condition
Most consumers want to "get fresh" with their choice of oral care products but price is a big factor in just how far they'll go. Enter Givaudan, with a new invention that maximizes mint perception while keeping costs down.
Patent Pick: Shower Yourself with Water-actived Fragrance
Naked, sexy women on TV are not the only ones enjoying steamy, hot showers. P&G inventors know we all enjoy this luxury, and developed a water-activated fragrance and surfactant system to enhance our experience, as this patent explains.

Food Manufacture

Industrial action at Nestlé UK moves step closer
Staff across Nestlé’s UK factories have until April 23 to decide whether to hold a strike ballot over pay and pension arrangements.
Meat survey: Consumers opt for price over planet
Consumers are more interested in the price of meat than its impact on the environment, according to new research.
Uniq invests £10M in desserts business
Uniq is pumping more than £10M into its desserts factories this year as it embarks on a mission to “reinvigorate” the category.
Consumers suspicious of ‘artificial’ sweeteners
Many British consumers still regard sweeteners with suspicion, although in practice, few actively avoid products that contain them, according to research commissioned by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF).

Food Ingredient First

J20 Boasts Bold New Look
The new design gives J2O a bold, fresh, modern look, creating great shelf standout great standout on shelf
Muller Rive Forges Ahead with New Pack Design and First Limited Edition
The new pack designs, which form part of the drive to position Müller Rice as a healthy, tasty snack, will be rolled out across the seven other Müller Rice flavours - Original, Strawberry, Raspberry, Apple, Blueberry, Vanilla Custard and Cherry - from early April.
Erbak Uludag Launches Limonata in Glass Bottles
Design and packaging choice is key to a brand's success and can often become iconic, and Uludag’s new glass bottle stance brings forward the power and influence of the successfully designed packaging.
Karper Range Gets New Look
The packaging redesign is the next step to ensure the continued success for one of Turkey’s bestselling cheese brands.

Food Standards Agency

Sainsbury's Freefrom Oaty Muesli recalled
Sainsbury's has recalled its Freefrom Oaty Muesli because a limited number of packets may contain almonds and hazelnuts, which are not declared on the label. This poses a public health risk to those who are allergic to almonds and/or hazelnuts.
Have a sizzling and safe barbecue
With the UK having enjoyed a sunny summer, barbecues have been firmly on the menu. The approaching summer bank holiday weekend signifies the end of the holidays for many of us before we return to work or school. It’s no surprise then that over half of us (54%) are planning to take advantage of what might be the last barbecue of the season.
Waitrose Brazilian Chardonnay recalled
Waitrose has recalled its Waitrose Brazilian Chardonnay as the product contains sulphites, which are not mentioned on the label. This means the product is a possible health risk for those with a sensitivity to sulphites.
Mars Chocolate Drinks recall
The Food Standards Agency has been informed by Mars Chocolate Drinks that it is recalling certain date codes of its milk drinks. This is because they contain elevated levels of a type of bacteria known as Bacillus, which can cause food poisoning. This means the products are a possible health risk to consumers.
Mars Chocolate Drinks recall
Mars Chocolate Drinks is recalling branded bottles of sports-cap drinks and 750ml milk drink products with ‘best before’ dates between and including 19 December 2014 and 11 April 2015. This is because they contain a type of the bacteria known as Bacillus, which can cause food poisoning. This means the products are a possible health risk to consumers.

Food and Drink Federation

FDF Awards 2017 - Awards Shortlist highlights very best of Food and Drink Industry
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has announced the shortlist for the Food and Drink Federation Awards 2017. Taking place on Thursday 21 September at The Brewery in London, the annual awards celebrate the success of the food and drink manufacturing industry and the dedication of the people who work in it.
UK food and drink supply chain outlines Brexit priorities
Grant Thornton report reveals untapped potential of UK food and drink manufacturing industry
Food industry welcomes new rules on advertising coming into force
Ian Wright CBE, FDF Director General, comments on the introduction of new Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) rules banning the advertising of high fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) food or drink products in children's media from 1 July.
FDF announces speakers for convention
An outstanding line-up of high-quality speakers has been announce for the FDF Convention, including Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade.

Food Manufacture

Industrial action at Nestlé UK moves step closer
Staff across Nestlé’s UK factories have until April 23 to decide whether to hold a strike ballot over pay and pension arrangements.
Meat survey: Consumers opt for price over planet
Consumers are more interested in the price of meat than its impact on the environment, according to new research.
Uniq invests £10M in desserts business
Uniq is pumping more than £10M into its desserts factories this year as it embarks on a mission to “reinvigorate” the category.
Consumers suspicious of ‘artificial’ sweeteners
Many British consumers still regard sweeteners with suspicion, although in practice, few actively avoid products that contain them, according to research commissioned by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF).
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