Social Media

Nearly half of food industry firms surveyed lacked a policy to exploit social media

Food industry faces increased social media risk

By Rod Addy

Food companies face increased risks from social media because they still do not have developed policies for tools such as Twitter and Facebook, according to the law firm Roythornes.

The Foodies 2.0 debate will be held on Monday 20 October

SIAL to host conference for foodies

By Georgi Gyton

A debate exploring social media and how it can benefit food brands’ international development will be held at the upcoming SIAL exhibition in Paris next month.

Paris conference to improve social media skills

Sial event to explore social media benefits

By Oli Haenlein

The Sial food show in Paris has announced it will feature a conference that will explore how food brands can use social media to benefit their brands.

Analytica 2014 - what did you think of the trade show?

dispatches from Analytica 2014

Analytica 2014: An editor's view

By Joseph James Whitworth

‘The same machines you see here are used in applications from food testing to looking at cancer’, one exhibitor told me during the 2014 Analytica Trade Show in Munich.

Food manufacturers need to protect their reputation online

Social media damaging to food manufacturers?

By Jenny Eagle

The Fresh Produce Consortium, The Food and Drink Forum, the British Frozen Food Federation, the Artisan Food Trail and Tastes of Anglia have taken part in a survey about social media and digital use in the workplace.

Twitter, Facebook and other social media outlets can be 'a minefield', warns a leading expert

Social media ‘minefield’ warning for food suppliers

By Rick Pendrous

Social media is a “minefield” and is forcing food manufacturers and retailers to radically change their business systems and the way they manage consumer complaints, according to the boss of a leading food chain traceability and auditing software company.

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