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Food Business News - As technology becomes increasingly integrated into the manufacturing industry, so does the prominence of cables in workplaces. Cables are an important aspect of both delivering electricity to machinery and transporting digital information between consoles and departments. Of course, in a wireless age, the use of cables may appear redundant, but they still have an important role to play, especially in manufacturing.

The Role of Cables in the Technological Make-Over of the Manufacturing Industry

Food Business News - One of the Midlands fastest growing food industry companies today backed a national report which says the sector should look to new overseas markets for growth post-pandemic.

Food exports due to grow post COVID-19

Food Business News - An award-winning bakery ingredient specialist based in Shropshire has set its sights on global growth after buying new equipment with help from a grants programme.

Company targets global growth thanks to new grant

Food Business News - A global coffee chain has revealed it is opening a cafe in Leamington town centre for the first time. Esquires Coffee has signed a ten-year lease at a ground floor 2,200 sq feet unit at 52-54 Warwick Street, which used to be home to the former Co-op store.

Global coffee chain opening in Leamington Spa

Food Business News - In November, the first Bridge Cheese branded lorry will leave the Dale Brothers depot in Hortonwood to make deliveries across the UK. The brand new refrigerated truck features eye-catching original livery and the Bridge Cheese company logo.

Shropshire firm is really going places!

Food Business News - The arrival of one of Europe s fastest-growing pizza chains into Leamington Spa has taken a step closer - and is set to open its doors by the end of the year.

Pizza chain set to open in Leamington by end of year

Food Business News - A hotel in the heart of Warwickshire has seen an unprecedented demand for a new dining experience that was born out of the Coronavirus pandemic. Coombe Abbey Hotel has seen scores of people still wanting to indulge in the venue s renowned afternoon tea even when lockdown was taking place.

Unprecedented demand for new dining experience at Coombe Abbey Hotel

Food Business News - A popular Leamington coffee house is full of beans after confirming it is growing its presence in the town. The Muse Coffee House is expanding its existing base on Regent Grove into 1 Mill Street a next-generation co-working complex situated on the corner of Mill Street and Leam Terrace.

Leamington coffee house in expansion drive

Food Business News - A family-run Henley business has defied the Coronavirus economic odds and actually taken on new employees thanks to the honesty of local people. Henley Ice Cream was facing a bleak spring and summer when, like many other businesses, it had to close its doors and furlough staff with no positive business signs ahead.

Henley Ice Cream defied the Coronavirus economic odds

Food Business News - An Atherstone mum has found a recipe for success as a professional cake maker after starting up her own business just before lockdown.

Chamber support is the key ingredient for new cake business

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Food Business News - Stars of the reality show enjoyed a day out at the Hencote estate in Shrewsbury as they filmed scenes for the latest episode of the programme, broadcast on ITVBe on November 22. Stars Lauren Simon, Nicole Sealey and Debbie Davies visited Hencote earlier this summer to film the programme.

Hit TV show The Real Housewives of Cheshire films at Shropshire vineyard

Food Business News - 51 of Company Profits will go towards supporting more families-in-need so it can amplify its mission to end UK food poverty Venner Nutrition, the UK s first Food Box with a Conscience has ramped up its UK operations, signing Kerry s Fresh as its online distribution partner, to offer its plant-based, recipe boxes to families across the UK.

Venner Nutrition Ramps Up UK Operation Signing Kerrys Fresh

Food Business News - That s the message from Bridge Cheese managing director Michael Harte who says the Government is passing the buck and needs to do more to support food and drink producers and processors. In yesterday s budget announcement, chancellor Rishi Sunak mentioned the supply chain crisis in his opening address and warned of months of disruption as the problem would take months to ease.

Supply chain issues start to bite for the regions food businesses

Food Business News - Bridge Cheese is adding an extra 9,000 sq ft onto its food processing site in Stafford Park as part of a growth plan which will also see it introducing another production line to meet growing customer demand for its cheese and dairy products.

Growth plan creates 20 new jobs

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