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Ag investments increase as farmer confidence returns

Investment plans for farmers are starting to evolve after years of subdued confidence amid Brexit uncertainty, says UK Agriculture Finance. “Where there is political indecision,...

Qimarox Prorunners are multi-purpose

More and more companies are taking advantage of the opportunity to give their Prorunner mk5 a second life. If they adapt or expand their...

Macsa ID’s powerful laser system used for static marking on oak...

Further reinforcing its position at the forefront of advanced coding and marking equipment, Macsa ID UK’s compact K-1030 HPD laser system has been used...

Barry Callebaut inaugurates new UK Chocolate Academy

Swiss chocolate manufacturer, Barry Callebaut, has inaugurated its new Chocolate Academy Centre in the UK. The revamped centre in Banbury, Oxfordshire will provide customers, global...

Agrana invests €3.4m to scale-up R&D efforts

Austrian food company, Agrana, is investing €3.4 million R&D as it looks to develop new products in its fruit, starch and sugar business segments. The...

Veolia Water Technologies UK launches NURION™

Water technology expert, Veolia Water Technologies UK (VWT UK) has launched NURION™, a skid-mounted, reverse osmosis (RO) system designed to produce high-quality ingredient water. The...

Appetite for growth sees Food Attraction double production capacity

A food manufacturer has more than doubled its production capacity, positioning it for future expansion, with the help of a commercial mortgage from HSBC...

Fazer muscles in as Finland’s ‘market leader’ in gluten-free bakery

Fazer Group is positioning itself as Finland’s market leader in gluten-free bakery products with the acquisition of Vuohelan Herkku’s bakery and mill businesses. Vuohelan Herkku,...

Scientists exploring technique to grow crops with fewer resources

A collection of genes has been transferred into plant-colonising bacteria allowing them to draw nitrogen and turn it into ammonia in a process that...

British crop farming at risk if Atlantic circulation collapses, study suggests

Crop production in Britain will fall dramatically if climate change causes the collapse of a vital pattern of ocean currents, new research suggests. The Atlantic...

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