• FMCG News

    Warning and awareness-raising for tobacco stepped up

    The Tobacco Manufacturers’ Association (TMA) has launched a major nationwide advertising campaign to help fight the scourge of illegal tobacco, while the International Tax Stamp Association (ITSA) has warned about “misalignment” within EU and global traceability and security legislation.

  • FMCG News

    Businesses not doing enough to find slavery in UK supply chains

    UK businesses are not doing enough to identify modern slavery in their supply chains, research from the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has found. A survey of 897 supply chain managers found that almost a third (31%) of UK supply chain managers admitted they did not think their business was taking the necessary steps to tackle the issue.

  • FMCG News

    Retailers warned: Prepare for more change

    A period of change in the way grocery shoppers think is far from over, according to new research from retail and shopper marketing agency, Savvy. The survey (of 1,000 household shopping decision makers) shows how attitudes towards food and drink brands are shifting. Younger shoppers have less brand loyalty and are more open to change, with value and price playing a large part in their shopping behaviour.

  • FMCG News

    Cider, craft beer and soft drinks fuel canned beverage growth in the UK

    Canned drinks are seeing significant growth in the UK market, according to the latest Nielsen research revealed today by the Can Makers, with carbonated soft drinks (CSDs), craft beer and flavoured cider proving to be the main driver behind recent rise in popularity.

Products

Gallery

Latest News

  • Businesses not doing enough to find slavery in UK supply chains

    Businesses not doing enough to find slavery in UK supply chains

    UK businesses are not doing enough to identify modern slavery in their supply chains, research from the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has found. A survey of 897 supply chain managers found that almost a third (31%) of UK supply chain managers admitted they did not think their business was taking the necessary steps to tackle the issue.

    READ MORE

ME logo.CMYK

Read about Marden Edwards Ltd machinery

Features

Sponsors

[sponsors style=”grid” description=”yes”]