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MEAT-FREE BURGER LANDSCAPE

In an almost Bitcoin like frenzy, the hype around the IPO for Californian start-up Beyond Meat raises questions about the gold-rush style interest in the meat-free burger sector. Head of process at Integrated Food Projects, Ed Keenan, has been keenly watching things develop. Although nobody can argue that there is huge potential within the market,…


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Project Manager Jobs

WE ARE HIRING: BUILDING PROJECT MANAGER & PROCESS PROJECT MANAGERS

We are a business that has continued to expand year-on-year since it was founded in 2000. To support our future growth plans, we are currently advertising for the positions of ‘Building Project Manager’ and ‘Process Project Manager’ to join our exciting, dynamic team of industry specialists. Integrated Food Projects provide independent advice to food and…


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WHAT DOES INDUSTRY 4.0 MEAN FOR IFP?

Over the past couple of years “Industry 4.0” has seemed to be the hot topic across all manufacturing industries from conferences to exhibitions to trade magazine articles. For me it was the primary ‘buzz word’ of 2018 and from what I understand, everyone has been made to feel like they need to embrace it and…


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Paul Hanson Joins IFP

INTEGRATED FOOD PROJECTS EXPANDS ITS OFFERING WITH SENIOR APPOINTMENT

Food and drink capital projects experts, Integrated Food Projects, has announced a new addition to its senior leadership team to support with the continued success of the business and significant growth in 2018. Paul Hanson joins the Leicestershire-based company as head of construction, with more than 15 years experience as a project manager in the…


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Top Ten Food & Drink Trends 2019

TOP TEN FOOD AND DRINK INDUSTRY TRENDS FOR 2019

With 2019 now on the horizon, Head of Process at Integrated Food Projects, Ed Keenan, gives his predictions for the top ten food and drink trends for the industry. Over the past year, added protein has been a growing trend in food but I believe this has now reached its peak, and soon enough, it…


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IFP TO ATTEND GULFOOD MANUFACTURING DUBAI 2018

During November, Integrated Food Projects will be exhibiting at one of the world’s largest food and drink events – Gulfood Manufacturing, Dubai. Integrated Food Projects are a leading project management company, specialising in the delivery of capital projects for food and drink manufacturers. The event is a key platform to showcase Integrated Food Projects expertise…


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IFP TO ATTEND FOOD & DRINK SUMMIT UK

Integrated Food Projects is delighted to be exhibiting at the fourth annual Food & Drink Summit UK (Stand K07), held at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on Tuesday 2nd October, 2018. Along with the team, over 2,000 delegates will be at the summit where leading food and drinks companies attend interested in the latest innovations and…


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Taste of the West

IFP To Sponsor Industry Meat And Poultry Award

On the 13th September, Integrated Food Projects will be attending the Taste of the West Awards 2018. The competition supports local food and drink manufacturers from the South West regions; Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire. Taste of the West is the largest independent food group, established in 1991 to promote and support the…


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Structural Design Associates

APPOINTMENT BOLSTERS INTEGRATED FOOD PROJECTS’ ENGINEERING EXPERTISE

Structural Design Associates (SDA) is continuing to grow its range of services with the appointment of a senior chartered civil and structural engineer, Ken Leung. Following its acquisition by food and drink capital investment experts, Integrated Food Projects (IFP) at the end of last year, it has launched a new civil engineering division to advise…


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The Cost Of Cutting Sugar From Soft Drinks

With the so-called sugar tax now in force, Head of Process Ed Keenan looks at the options available to manufacturers.April saw the introduction of the Soft Drinks Industry Levy, which means manufacturers are now liable for charges of up to 24p per 100ml on drinks that contain 8g of sugar or more. On the face of…


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