New brand for Nisa International
Ramsden International is the new brand for award-winning grocery exporter, Nisa International. The new identity reflects the company’s family roots, its accomplishments and future development. The wholesale exporter of British groceries is part of the Ramsden Group, a Grimsby based family business that has been trading since 1946. Sean Ramsden, Managing Director commented: “Our goal is to build on our success and provide even more choice to our customers. Ramsden International represents the next phase for our company.”The new brand was announced the day HRH The Princess Royal visited the company’s offices to present the business with its second Queen’s Award for Enterprise, International Trade.
16-03-10 (Source: Ramsden International)
British attitudes to new food technologies
The Food Standards Agency has published new research looking at people’s attitudes to emerging food technologies, including genetically modified (GM) food, high pressure treatment, gas filled packaging and hypothetical foods that have health benefits.
14-03-10 (Source: Food Standards Agency)
Merrydown revamp highlights heritage
Heritage cider brand Merrydown has updated its packaging to emphasise its 60-year history and unique eating apple contents.
06-02-10 (Source: The Grocer)
Research on ‘country of origin’ labelling published
The Food Standards Agency has published new research about country of origin labelling.The Agency commissioned a package of research to find out more about how people understand and use food labels, including ‘country of origin’ labels. The results will both improve the information we have on this subject and also help to inform discussions about a European proposal on food labelling.
14-01-10 (Source: Food Standards Agency)
Mr Kipling wraps its new flapjack bars for lunchbox appeal
Premier Foods is striving to make Mr Kipling a more regular fixture in the UK’s lunchboxes with a new range of flapjack-style wrapped cake bars.
09-01-10 (Source: The Grocer)
Consumers can help secure Britain’s food future
Ensuring food security is just as important to Britain’s future as energy supply, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Hilary Benn told delegates at the Oxford Farming Conference today as he unveiled the Government’s food strategy, Food 2030.
01-01-10 (Source: DEFRA)
Beef and lamb set tough carbon reduction targets
The British red meat industry is hoping to ward off criticism of its environmental footprint by setting itself challenging carbon reduction targets.Levy companies Eblex and Bpex both staged events this week outlining how farmers would reduce their greenhouse gas emissions over the next decade.
05-12-09 (Source: The Grocer)
Tiger Tiger to launch range of coated nuts
World foods brand Tiger Tiger is taking on Nobby’s Nuts and KP with an exotic range of peanuts.
28-11-09 (Source: The Grocer)