Dominic Watkins said labour had to be the starting point for discussions on food and drink manufacturing challenges

Food industry labour and regulations are top challenges

Food manufacturers were warned off 'having a go' at prices increases, regardless of the market context by Clive Black

Manufacturers warned off ‘having a go’ at prices rises

Seabrook Crisps boss Daniel Woodwards: ‘It’s important for them to know you are sharing that burden’

Crisp making boss on his mission to win over staff

NFU boss Terry Jones: Sharing positive food industry experiences will help to attract top talent

Sharing positive manufacturing experiences will lift recruitment

New food export markets could take 10 years to develop, said Promar International's John Giles (left). Meawhile, Paul Berryman (right) is taking part in a US trade mission

New food export markets ‘could take 10 years to develop’

The FDF’s Ian Wright urged the prime minister to reassure the food industry about its continued access to foreign labour

FDF boss urges PM to offer labour supply assurances

Manufacturers must be prepared to exploit global opportunities (Flickr/Kevin Gill)

Food firms must adapt to new markets pre-Brexit

The foodservice sector offers manufacturers opportunities (Flickr/U.S. Department of Agriculture)

Manufacturers should cash in on eating-out trends

Food manufacturers could benefit from dining out trends (Flickr/Herry Lawford)

Food firms to benefit from eating out trends

DEFRA minister George Eustice promised Brexit would mean less red tape

Food industry red tape to end after Brexit: DEFRA

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