Avocados will now join bananas in the range, which it is hoped will be taken up a level by the new man in charge of Mack Wholesale Ltd.
Mack is celebrating a decade of successful years for its Mack Premium brand with a fresh design and new product launch.
Lytham Foods has recalled Taylors of Lytham Chicken Tikka Sandwiches due to the potential threat of salmonella.
The possible presence is in the tikka powder ingredient, supplied my Catermix which, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA), was manufactured in unhygienic conditions and failed to comply with the food hygiene regulations.
French importer expands presence in Central and Eastern Europe with new facility close to Hungarian capital
French tropical fruit importer Compagnie Fruitière has opened a new Hungarian subsidiary to expand its presence in Central and Eastern Europe.
Tesco has been given a month to improve how it treats suppliers following an investigation by the Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA)
The GCA was concerned about three key issues: Tesco making unilateral deductions from suppliers, the length of time taken to pay money due to suppliers and, in some cases, an intentional delay in paying suppliers.
Leading CEOs and ministers from around the world have become ‘champions’ of new partnership on food waste
Tesco chief executive has been named as chair of a new high-profile global campaign to reduce food waste.
Neil Sanderson is leaving the food industry and will be replaced by Floreale Operations Director, Doug Robertson
Florette UK and Ireland managing director Neil Sanderson is leaving the business to pursue a career outside of the food industry and will be replaced by Floreale operations director Doug Robertson.
Retailer reports ‘strong’ Christmas trading although saw sales fall by 1.5% during the third quarter
Tesco saw like-for-like sales rise by 1.3% during the key six-week Christmas trading period thanks to low prices and a strong “seasonal offering”.
Workers in the fast food industry are expected to be joined this afternoon by members of union GMB in a protest over wages.
The demonstration is due to take place outside McDonald’s in Whitehall, Central London at 5pm. The campaign is fighting to secure a £10 an hour living wage, trade union rights for fast food workers and an end to zero-hours contracts.
Retailer’s announcement relaunches price war into 2016 while CEO Andy Clarke says ‘radical and logical action’ is needed
Asda has invested £500 million in further price cuts in the first major move this year for price war between the top four retailers and discounters.
AHDB Beef & Lamb has unveiled the Meat Education Programme.
Developed by the levy board after it identified a lack of accessible training in the meat industry, the Meat Education Programme aims to help both individuals and businesses enhance their knowledge and understanding of the sector.