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Britvic annual profit dives 31 percent

Britvic on Wednesday posted a 31 percent drop in its annual profit after tax, as the British soft drink company grappled with a new law in...

Craft, low/no alcohol trends take beer trademarks to record high

The number of trademarks registered for beer has hit a record high in 2018, reveals the figures obtained by London-based law firm RPC. The registrations...

Frozen food industry demands ‘swift and decisive’ end to Brexit uncertainty

Nigel Broadhurst, chairman of the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF), has called for a swift end to the uncertainty surrounding Brexit whatever the outcome...

Food and grocery sector could do more on diversity front: IGD report

Food and grocery industry needs to do more in terms of diversity and inclusion, despite the strides made in the recent years, suggests a...

The British Snack Co exceeds target in crowdfunding campaign

The British Snack Co has exceeded its investment target of £200,000 in just over a week since they launched their final crowdfunding round. The firm,...

Black Friday: Shoppers plan to spend more, yet high streets may not benefit

UK shoppers plan to spend more this Black Friday (29 November), yet that might not help the struggling bricks and mortar stores, two separate...

Track and trace provider De La Rue warns on its future

De La Rue warned of "significant doubt" that it can continue as a going concern on Tuesday, knocking around £40 million off the market value...
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Parfetts brings in Martin Race as board chairman

Parfetts has appointed Martin Race, former managing director of Bestway, as chairman of the company's trust board. Race replaces Graham Nuttall who oversaw the company's...

Retailers look for Christmas boost as six-month long sales decline ends

The decline in retail sales has ceased after six consecutive months, with retailers reporting broadly unchanged sales volumes in the year to November, shows...

Nisa’s Stoneleigh store resurrected in Stoke

Amacor Capital has opened the Staffordshire convenience store it acquired in August last year, following a refurbishment. All the fittings and fixtures within the store...