Supply Chain

Direct to consumer channel could boost sales

Direct to consumer channels could boost manufacturers’ sales by 5%, claimed LCP Consulting. LCP’s Will Shepherd pictured

Food manufacturers could boost their revenues by 5% by opening direct to consumer (DTC) supply channels, according to a new report from a global supply chain management consultancy. 

Drivers unloading their deliveries should be paid extra for the work: FTA

Drivers unloading lorries should be paid more: FTA

British Quinoa will supply several hundred tonnes of the crop annually from UK growers

Quinoa production in UK boosted by deal

The new agribusiness group aims to represent the view of the agricultural supply chain expertise during the Brexit talks

New agribusiness group to give united Brexit voice

Meat supplier Yorkshire Game has been supplying game and vension since 1983

Meat firm Yorkshire Game gets new owners

A section of the M6 was closed after a lorry carrying food caught fire

Exploding drinks tins create traffic chaos

The Groceries Supply Code of Practice covers 10 large grocery retailers

Groceries Code comes under scrutiny

Software supplier Sanderson talks about the challenges of rolling out supply chain systems

Supply chain system rollouts present challenges

Pea production: the new plant will trade under the name Yorkshire Greens

Pea plant to be one of UK’s greenest food factories

A new national food policy is needed to deal with current challenges, according to the City Food Lecture

Supply chains need to be shorter and simpler

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