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    Food and drink manufacturers on first UK trade mission to India

    Twelve of the UK's leading food and drink manufacturers have visited India for a week-long trade mission organised by Santander UK, in conjunction with the Food & Drink Federation (FDF) and the Department of International Trade (DIT).

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    Bakers and consumers losing out as property inadvertently left with charities

    With more and more retailers and food firms increasing the amount of unsold food donated to homeless shelters, food banks and similar not-for-profit operations, Bakers Basco, which owns and licences a pool of industry standard baskets and dollies to bread manufacturers, has seen an increase in the number of its baskets and dollies – the wheeled trolleys used to move the baskets – end up with charities.

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    Salmonella strain linked to outbreak a decade ago

    The CEO of Lactalis has said he cannot rule out the possibility that babies have consumed Zalmonella-contaminated milk from his company’s Craon site between 2005 and last year.

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    Caution over pesticides

    Farmers' opinions must be part of the equation as the European Union considers how rules on pesticides are applied, MEPs have been warned.