The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a huge shift in the market and analysts are still crunching the data to predict future trends. These are some of the recent analyses.
With many businesses reopening there is uncertainty as to the long term impact that Covid-19 will have on the food trade. This Bord Bia (The Irish Food Board) Report examines the predictions and emerging trends.
Vulnerability of the food supply chain and how to assess known and unknown risks is one of the hottest topics in the international food industry.
In this, the second of our series of items about how to avoid Supply Chain Disruption we have two more detailed whitepapers to share with you. The first is by BSI and the second is a paper put together by Deloitte.
These are the first of a number of posts linking to whitepapers. We will be publishing more over the coming weeks and gathering together a large number of white papers on the future of food and the legacy left in the wake of Covid19.
Are you knowledgeable about cheese or like a quiz? Submit a cheese themed question to the quiz bank. Enter the competition here.
Printable quiz questions and answers for pub quizzes, zoom quizzes or just to test your colleagues. Cheese plus more!
Cork scientists working in collaboration with Italian scientists have conducted a study into how much beneficial LAB probiotic bacteria we have in our guts and discovered that most were found in individuals who consumed cheese and yoghurt regularly.
Take part in our business poll and discover the key trends in this unprecedented era.
We are currently offering a free trial for wholesalers who wish to test this great new product’s appeal to their customers.
Every step has been taken to protect our family of employees whilst producing the best quality ingredients for our diverse base of customers in this unprecedented time.
Cheese a vital source of Vitamin D and probiotic bacteria, helping to fight covid-19 respiratory infection
New Irish research has shown Vitamin D to be vital in fighting respiratory infection. We look at that new research and other studies which indicate that including cheese in the diet may help our bodies to combat Covid-19.