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Food & Drink Federation

6 Catherine Street
London
WC2B 5JJ
United Kingdom

Telephone : 020 7836 2460
Fax : 020 7836 0580
Email : Christine.Welberry@fdf.org.uk
Web : http://www.fdf.org.uk



Most recent articles relating to Food & Drink Federation;

FDF convention: Immediate needs for an automated and digitised future

A two day FDF convention is taking place virtually on 1st – 2nd December 2020. The second day includes a focus on the immediate needs for an automated and digitisted future. FULL STORY...

FDF responds to the Government's obesity strategy

Tim Rycroft, chief operating officer at the Food and Drink Federation (FDF), has responded to the announcement of the new UK Government's obesity strategy. FULL STORY...

The FDF and trade unions work together

The Food and Drink Federation (FDF), GMB, Unite, Usdaw and BFAWU have joined together to produce a joint statement to commend the efforts of all those working in the food and drink manufacturing sector. FULL STORY...

COVID-19 advice for food and drink manufacturers

Advice, information updates and links to guidance on a range of issues for food and drink manufacturers, relating to the current COVID-19 outbreak, is available on the FDF website. FULL STORY...

FDF offers support for food and drink businesses during Covid-19

The FDF is offering short term membership for food and drink businesses looking for support during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. FULL STORY...

Keeping the food industry moving in unprecedented times

Food Processing has received a message from Ian Wright CBE, chief executive at the Food and Drink Federation, as the food industry enters unprecedented times. FULL STORY...

Breakfast Briefing: Safe Remediation and Modification of Machinery

When upgrading machinery in a production facility, it is important to ensure all current legislation is adhered to from a safety perspective. Join the FDF to hear about the process of modifying existing machinery and how to reduce the risk to both employers and employees. 14th February, Milton Keynes. FULL STORY...

Event: Automation and Digitalisation in food and drink engineering

The pace of change is increasing and companies face tough challenges in making sure they are investing in the right technical innovations. Join the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) for their one-day event on the role of automation and digitalisation in the food and drink supply chain. FULL STORY...

Event: Automation and digitalisation in food and drink engineering

The pace of change is increasing and companies face tough challenges in making sure they are investing in the right technical innovations. Join the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) for their one-day event on the role of automation and digitalisation in the food and drink supply chain. FULL STORY...

Food manufacturers on trade mission to India

Twelve UK food and drink manufacturers recently 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). FULL STORY...

FDF to hold a FREE Cyber Security Event in February - London

Threats to food and drink businesses can damage products, profitability and reputation, or steal data. The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) offers a day of training for businesses to prepare for a cyber-attack. FULL STORY...

Brexit workforce worries

Trade bodies from across the UK's food and drink supply chain have published a survey which looks at Brexit priorities for the UKs 'farm to fork' sector from a workforce perspective. It also highlights the severity of the situation that the UK food and drink supply chain faces without reassurances regarding the future of EU workers, 20% of which are employed across the food and drink supply chain. FULL STORY...

UK food and drink exports see record growth

The first half of 2017 saw exports of all UK food and drink grow to £10.2bn, up 8.5% on H1 2016, representing the highest first half exports value on record, according to figures published by the FDF.  FULL STORY...

Record growth for UK food and drink exports

first quarter of 2017 saw exports of all UK food and drink grow to £4.9bn, up 8.3% on 2016, according to figures from the Food and Drink Federation (FDF). This represents the largest first quarter exports value on record. FULL STORY...

UK food and drink exports break £20 billion barrier

Recent figures show that total exports of food and drink in 2016 grew by 10.5% to a record figure of more than £20bn, according to the Food and Drink Federation (FDF). FULL STORY...

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