Food industry intelligence network doubles membership
The food industry intelligence network (fiin) has doubled its membership base, highlighting the industry’s commitment to protecting UK consumers from food fraud.
Established in 2015 by 21 industry leaders, the membership base now represents a combined turnover of £115bn in the food and drink sector.
Welcoming nine new companies over the past twelve months across a breadth of food categories, the fiin membership now stands at 45 businesses, dedicated to honing the efficacy of their testing regimes.
The additional data provided through membership growth is helping to create robust barriers to food fraud.
Since reporting first commenced, fiin has collated over 250,000 product authenticity test results to date, which have been analysed and disseminated between members to provide valuable insight and intelligence.
As both a network, and as individual businesses, fiin is dedicated to providing UK consumers the highest level of protection against food fraud.
Recent member additions
Mondelēz International lead the future of snacking around the world by offering the right snack, for the right moment, made the right way.
Greencell is a supplier of the highest quality fruit and vegetable throughout the UK, to both the Retail and Wholesale sector.
Kepak is an Irish based food company serving international markets, restaurants and household foodservice names with prime cuts of meat, on-trend foodservice solutions and ready-for-market convenience foods.
The UK’s leader in dried fruits, nuts and seeds. Over the years, Whitworths have been the first to give access to a wide range of new, unusual and exotic fare from all over the world.
World Wise Foods
World Wise Foods Ltd is a UK based supplier of high-quality, responsibly sourced products to some of the leading retailers across the globe.
British Pepper and Spice
Specialists in the processing, packing and marketing of herbs, spices and seasonings, British Pepper and Spice is the leading manufacturer of herbs and spices in the UK.