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Chicken firms to pay £19,216 for equipment misuse

Two poultry processors were ordered to pay Bakers Basco for misusing its bakery equipment

Two chicken processing businesses have been ordered to pay almost a combined £20,000 in damages and costs to bakery equipment maker Bakers Basco, for using its equipment without permission.

Kellogg and Nestlé announced plans to cut sugar in their products

Kellogg and Nestlé announce snack reformulation

Satiety could be improved by increasing calcium in the diet, say researchers

Calcium can help solve obesity crisis

Walkers' Twitter campaign was hijacked by some people (Flickr/Christopher)

Walkers apologises after Twitter campaign backfires

Weetabix’s £1.4bn sale to Post Holdings leads our gallery of food and drink industry acquisitions

Food and drink acquisitions in the year so far

Greencore revealed plans to close its Evercreech chilled desserts factory

Greencore plans factory closure: 400 jobs at risk

Innovation nation: Israel is known for its entrepreneurial culture

Food and drink firms prosper in the start-up nation

Tate & Lyle reported an 85% rise in profit before tax (Flickr/Mike Mozart)

Tate & Lyle gains from weak pound in 85% profit rise

Lomond, owner of manufacturer Cake, has acquired Hall's Direct

Lomond buys food distribution business

Dunbia entered a joint partnership with Dawn Meats

Dunbia and Dawn Meats agree joint venture

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