Bactest, a Cambridge UK business whose technology detects bacteria in a range of products in double quick time, has developed a specific solution to counter beer contamination.
Cambridge corporate lawyer Anthony McGurk has advised global fruit and vegetable supplier UNIVEG on a multi-million euros acquisition of UK based fruit business Empire World Trade.
Pasta Foods has been awarded £500k from New Anglia LEP’s Growing Business Fund to support its expansion into a modern new factory in Norwich, protecting 140 jobs and creating 56 new ones over the next three years.
Hilton Food Group Plc has beefed up its presence in Huntingdon. Acting for a client of Aberdeen Asset Management, Bidwells has completed a substantial re-gear and new lettings to Hilton at The Interchange.
Olympus Automation from Peterborough is looking to target the US food market with revolutionary industrial cooking technology that reduces the salt content in processed foods by 20 per cent and hugely decreases processing times.
A Suffolk bee farmer is enjoying huge business success and has been provided with a long-term route to market for his honey, thanks to the support and involvement of the East of England Co-op.
Digital screen print technology is used for printing special themed beer bottle tops for a Cambridge UK brewing business.
Microbial monitoring technology from Cambridge UK company Bactest has won a major open innovation award.
Cambridge bug-busting technology is being targeted at breweries following a study that showed how effective it could be in removing any risk of bacteria spoiling beer.
Corkers Crisps will unveil what it’s calling the world’s largest bag of crisps – containing one tonne of potato chips – at its new factory as it raises cash for a children’s cancer charity.
Specialist food and drink marcomms agency Elliotts has made the move to Milton Keynes as it continues its expansion.
With an order book boasting major blue chip clients worldwide and sales of over 180,000 tonnes of malt annually, Muntons, the British based malt and malted ingredients manufacturer is firmly focused on growth after securing an Asset Based Lending (ABL) funding package from RBS Invoice Finance (RBSIF) and Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance acting as Joint Lead Arrangers.
Cambridge entrepreneur Cedric Deur feels he has the right ingredients for success with his ‘restaurant home delivery’ system – Zapawa.
Waitrose is piloting East of England technology that can validate the provenance of British food products – potentially right down to the local region where it was grown.
Coffee company, Paddy & Scott’s has been accepted by Lord Young, the Prime Minister’s enterprise adviser, and Sir Terry Leahy, former chief executive of Tesco, to join Accelerate 250: an exclusive community comprising the best British business.
Licensed sector specialist Christie + Co reports a continued rise of the freehold-freehouse sector – buoyed by the return to the fold of a number of experienced operators tempted back by the availability of irresistible opportunities.
- Food giants seek Cambridge innovation
- Entrepreneur kickstarts beer house revival
- Food giants in Cambridge open innovation move
- Greene King brews strong growth
- Riverford founder named BBC Farmer of the Year
- UK drinks away the blues
- Jamie Oliver cooks up app-etite for Cambridge technology
- CDP brews coffee making revolution
- No small beer as Milton Brewery doubles capacity
- US food giant takes Cambridge software
- Greene King finds love in a cold climate
- Whitbread unveils new FD
- Blast of the summer wine for Chilford
- Premier Foods sells flour business
- Crisp maker takes on big boys with £1m investment
- Mills & Reeve’s ‘juice diligence’
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