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Food industry warns of ‘dramatic’ consequences of no-deal Brexit
European trade body FoodDrinkEurope has warned of the “dramatic economic consequences” of a no-deal Brexit for both European Union (EU) and UK farmers, food and drink producers, traders in agri-food commodities as well as consumers.
Globally, food allergies and intolerances are rising fast. According to Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) in the U.S., researchers estimate that up to 15 million Americans now have food allergies – including 5.9 million children under age 18 – while in the EU that figure reaches some 17 million, according to figures published by the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EEACI).
The 12th edition of FoodTech, Northern Europe's largest food technology fair, opened the doors of the MCH exhibition center in Herning, Denmark. FoodTech offers three days focusing on the food industry, conferences, awards and record-wide activities.
The world’s leading trade fair for bakery, confectionery and snacks, iba 2018—organized by GHM (Gesellschaft für Handwerksmessen mbH)—will take place in Munich from September 15 through 20, providing bakers, confectioners and industry representatives with unique inspiration for their everyday professional lives. Nearly over 75,000 visitors from over 165 countries are expected to attend iba 2018.
Who are Arville Textiles – the makers of Arville Brayband® endless woven belts?
The Arville Group is a privately owned company, which integrates manufacturing capabilities and expertise across a full range of technical textiles. They offer a stand-alone or fully integrated portfolio of fabric design, weaving, ﬁnishing, coating and fabrication.
An Arville Brayband ® endless woven belt is a belt used in the bakery and biscuit industry with a truly endless construction - i.e. it is a closed loop with NO JOINTanywhere in its length. All of the Arville belts have a woven selvedge as standard; this makes them truly endless in both the machine (warp) and transverse (weft) directions.
As a leader in the manufacture of woven endless belts for the biscuit industry Arville understands the requirements of modern plant bakeries. We know that production is constantly being challenged to improve output, minimise product waste, eliminate down-time, reduce running costs and improve efficiencies, Arville endless woven belts for the biscuit industry have been designed and manufactured to address these challenges.
Arville Brayband® endless woven belts are supplied throughout the world to biscuit manufacturers, Belting Manufacturers and Distributors and OEM’s, trusted by some of the worlds leaders in baked goods.
Cam firm marks centenary of important biscuit production work
09-12-2017 / By Gazette Series
A company based in Cam which plays an important role in the global production of biscuits is celebrating its 100th anniversary in the field. P&S Textiles has been weaving specialist high-grade fabric conveyor belts since 1917 and over the past century has supplied them to factories in more than 50 countries.
Every year at the end of August, a murmur goes through the land, because that’s when they are back on the shelves of German supermarkets: gingerbread, gingerbread biscuits, spiced biscuits, and the rest.
GEA Imaforni reliable and active as ever in Russia
According to Federico Angiuoni, Bakery Sector Sales Manager for GEA Imaforni equipment in Russia, the acquisition of the Italian bakery brand Imaforni by one of the largest suppliers of process technology for the food industry, GEA, in 2016 has been good for the company and good for Russian customers as well.