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PLANT FOOD PLANET!

 

 

 

 

So we’ve hit 2020 and we know that everyone’s eager to find out what the prevailing food trends will be.

But you don’t have to be a food sleuth to find out. A quick stroll along the major supermarket aisles quickly confirms one thing…

The vegans have landed!

And according to predictions, by 2025 they’ll be millions more…

 

 

 

 

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THE HUNT FOR THE HOLY GRAIL OF HOSPITALITY BISCUITS IS FINALLY OVER!

 

 

 

 

 

Heritage. Legacy. Tradition. These are just some of the words that help sum

up Britain’s most beloved biscuits! Oh…Huntley and Palmers

…how how you’ve been missed! But guess what? 

They’re back. With Jingle bells on. Dressed up in colourful

glittering plastic-free wrappers and distributed EXCLUSIVELY by DIFG.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What’s REALLY involved in achieving BRC AA Status? DIFG Director, Emma Smith, reveals all…

 

Scratch the surface of any sizeable business and beneath it you will find a regulatory body. According to the National Audit Office, there are 90 regulatory bodies, with an annual expenditure of £4billion. Why so much regulation at such high cost? Ultimately, it’s to protect consumers.

 

With little surprise, there are few sectors that undergo a higher level of scrutiny than the food sector. From provenance, supply chains and allergens to human rights and the environment, the industry is always under the microscope, a fact that Delicious Ideas Food Group (DIFG) Director, Emma Smith, knows only too well.

 

Here, she talks about the challenges of attaining and maintaining BRC AA Accreditation at Peterborough’s largest national snack packaging, production and distribution centre. 

 

 

 

 

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Whole Lotta Crunch! Wholesums and Corkers


 

 

There can be no compromise when it comes to getting the crunch of a traditional crisp or a popped chip just right.

Nor can there be any compromise when it comes to flavour and provenance.

With these things in mind, meet two brands headed up by passionate farmers who literally reap what they sow…

 

 

 

 

 

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