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Walkers apologises after Twitter campaign backfires

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

Walkers Crisps has apologised after its social media campaign, inviting people to send in selfies to appear in an interactive video, was hijacked by some Twitter users.

Greencore revealed plans to close its Evercreech chilled desserts factory

Greencore plans factory closure: 400 jobs at risk

The average age of manufacturers has risen after difficulties in recruiting younger workers

Ageing workforce puts skills ‘at risk of disappearing’

Police are investigating claims of slave labour at a food factory in Birmingham

Police investigate food factory ‘slave labour’ claims

Andy Higginson (L) and Charles Wilson (R) have been appointed GroceryAid president and vice-president respectively

GroceryAid appoints new president

Nim's Fruit Crisps founder Nimisha Raja sold her home to unlock the finance to build a new food factory

Nim’s Fruit Crisps boss sold home to build new factory

Bakkavor’s HR boss: ‘It’s important that we establish great training providers and that’s in regard to the whole Trailblazers system’

Bakkavor boss reveals her recruitment ambitions

Average manufacturing pay settlements has risen above 2% for the first time since November 2015

Manufacturing pay rises to 18-month high

Dame Fiona Kendrick has stepped down as Nestlé UK and Ireland ceo

Nestlé ceo Dame Fiona Kendrick steps down

Appointments by Symington’s and Nestlé lead our latest gallery

Symington’s and Nestlé lead appointments gallery

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