Supplier News – Page 6

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    Weather buffets F&B pricing

    2020-03-13T08:41:00Z

    Weather conditions are increasingly influencing patterns of food and beverage pricing, the latest CGA Prestige Foodservice Price Index shows.

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    Grind shifts focus to retail with Soho House tie-up

    2020-03-06T08:33:00Z

    London-based coffee concept Grind has announced a new partnership with Soho House as it looks to grow its supply and retail arm this year.

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    David Read: Disposing with disposables

    2020-03-04T08:38:00Z

    David Read, Prestige Purchasing’s Chairman suggests more ambitious thinking is required to resolve the plastics problem

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    Inside Deliveroo’s new health-focused delivery-only service

    2020-03-02T08:53:00Z

    Food Spark delves deeper into the trends behind the delivery giant’s Dream Burger range and its key nutritional drivers

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    Coronavirus dents AB InBev profits

    2020-02-27T08:35:00Z

    AB InBev, the world’s largest brewer, has forecast the steepest decline in quarterly profit in at least five years due to the coronavirus.

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    Dom Walsh on Heineken succession stories

    2020-02-17T08:21:00Z

    The retirement of Jean-François van Boxmeer as chief executive of Heineken looked like a carefully managed process, as you would expect of the brewer of the lager that refreshes the parts other beers cannot reach. The succession appears to have come down to two long-serving senior executives of the Dutch brewing group and whoever missed out was inevitably not going to be hanging around for long.

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    Heineken toasts best sales for a decade

    2020-02-12T08:17:00Z

    Heineken has reported volume sales were up 8.3% last year, its best performance in over ten years. It added net revenue was up 5.6%, with net profits up 4.3%. Chairman and CEO Jean-François van Boxmeer, who announced he would be leaving Heineken on 1 June yesterday, said in 2019 the business had delivered “another year of superior top-line growth, with continued strong performance in the second half.

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    The 2020s – when sustainability and health & wellbeing come of age

    2020-01-10T08:29:00Z

    David Read, Prestige Purchasing’s Chairman looks forward to the decade ahead, and the key trends that will impact food and drink supply chain

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    Foodservice prices on course for stabilisation

    2019-11-11T08:51:00Z

    Eight out of ten food and drink categories saw a month-on-month price drop, in September 2019, according to the latest edition of the CGA Prestige Foodservice Price Index, suggesting they may be stabilising after three years of steady inflation.

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    Chapel Down announces ‘exceptional’ 2019 harvest

    2019-10-28T08:32:00Z

    Chapel Down has announced the completion of the 2019 harvest, its second largest by volume yielding equivalent to 92% of 2018’s record. 

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    C&C sees strong brand performance in H1

    2019-10-24T07:44:00Z

    Premium drinks manufacturer and supplier C&C Group has achieved net revenue growth of 13.5% over the six months to 31 August 2019, to €874.9m.

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    Double digit growth for Heineken in the UK

    2019-10-23T07:41:00Z

    Heineken N.V.’s beer volumes saw double digit growth, boosted by UK sales, according to a Q3 2019 trading update.

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    Former Diageo CEO joins Brockmans

    2019-10-14T07:33:00Z

    Former Diageo CEO Paul Walsh has taken a stake in super-premium gin maker Brockmans.

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    Low 2 No Bev event launched

    2019-10-03T07:39:00Z

    A new trade show designed to support the growth of the low and no beverage sector has been launched by William Reed, publisher of MCA.

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    Chapel Down loses £1.7m amid investment drive

    2019-09-30T07:17:00Z

    Chapel Down Group has reported year on year combined sales up 21% to £6.744m, for the six months to 30 June.

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    AG Barr sees revenue decline in ‘disappointing’ first half

    2019-09-24T07:54:00Z

    AG Barr has seen revenue for the six months to 27 July 2019 decline from £136.9m in H1 last year, to £122.5m, following what it described as an “unprecedented year” for the soft drinks industry in 2018.

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    Food and drink prices levelling after months of rises

    2019-09-11T07:25:00Z

    Recent spikes in the price of food and drink levelled off in July, despite inflation remaining at twice the rate of a year ago, according to the CGA Prestige Foodservice Price Index.

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    Mark out of ten - What’s Yo! name?

    2019-09-09T12:49:00Z

    This week started with a banger of a PR stunt as I flicked through Twitter before I even put my specs on. Yo! (the artist formerly known as Yo! Sushi) has finally had enough of being pigeonholed by the nation as just a sushi chain and have changed their name ...

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    BBPA signs MoU on calorie and ingredient labelling

    2019-09-09T07:35:00Z

    The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) committing to encourage its members to label ingredients and calories on their beer bottles and cans in the EU by 2022.

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    Gove admits likelihood of food price rises

    2019-09-02T07:21:00Z

    Michael Gove has admitted that there is the potential for food price rises in the event of a no deal Brexit, The Times has reported.