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A Suffolk malt firm has two new lorries emblazoned with an eye-catching design to increase their visibility en route from its Stowmarket plant to the port of Felixstowe.
The leader of a landowners’ lobby group has criticised the chancellor of the exchequer’s focus on urban areas in the house building policy which he laid out in his budget speech.
The sentience of animals will continue to be recognised and protections strengthened when Britain leaves the EU, the government says.
A Woodbridge-based sauce company is celebrating its first export deal, signed with a Russian supermarket chain.
A number of Suffolk retailers are turning their backs on Black Friday because they feel it doesn’t deliver any benefits.
There is a “constant risk” that bird flu may arrive in the UK from continental Europe, although it currently remains free of the disease, experts have warned.
Suffolk farmers must help shape a post-Brexit farming and environmental policy which will enable them to grow food, protect wildlife and safeguard animal welfare, they were told this week.
A new vehicle maintenance facility for apprentices in East Anglia has been launched at Easton and Otley College’s Suffolk campus.
An agricultural leader has praised the Labour Party’s stance on the challenges the industry faces with shortages of farmworkers as a result of Brexit as she addressed Suffolk farmers this week.
A farm conservation organisation is set to celebrate Suffolk’s most outstanding examples of farms which have combined environmental measures with successful crop growing at an annual celebration evening.
Brexit will be a catalyst for big change on the UK’s farms and estates, experts predicted this week.
The UK government is supporting tougher restrictions on the use of neonicotinoids, a controversial pesticide, after findings suggest they pose a greater risk to bees than previously thought.
Farm fire claims in the East of England more than doubled last year, a survey found.
The effects of Brexit on farming and the environment will be under the spotlight next month at a Suffolk event aimed at lifting the lid on the challenges conservation-minded farmers will face.
A Suffolk entrepreneur has launched the latest product in a packaging range which aims to improve the UK’s recycling rates.
Ipswich design company Chenery Creative has given its backing to a boys’ football team.
Ipswich law firm Prettys is opening its doors to the public as it launches a new art exhibition.
More than half of Suffolk’s top firms are optimistic about their futures - but most believe Brexit will have a negative impact on them, according to a survey.
Accountancy firm Ensors is set to host its popular Budget Breakfast Briefing in Ipswich next month as part of a series of events.
Ipswich has been highlighted as a top performer in a new study looking at economic growth in 45 of the UK’s largest cities.
The boss of the UK arm of animal feed firm ForFarmers is set to step down at the end of this year.
Farming businesses are celebrating after they were crowned cream of the crop at this year’s Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) awards ceremony.
East Anglian farmers will be grappling with the challenges of Brexit as a national roadshow outlining potential impacts arrives in Ipswich next week.
Four British records were smashed at a national pumpkin festival sponsored by Ipswich seed firm Thompson & Morgan.
A charity stalwart has stood down as chair of the Suffolk arm of a group offering support to farmers in need after 18 years in the role.
The British beet sugar industry could grow by up to 50% after a longstanding national quota regime came to an end on October 1, the industry believes.
A Suffolk meat firm is celebrating after clinching a deal to sell three varieties of its sausages to a national retail chain.
The creator of a Suffolk bacon jam firm is hoping to turn his products into a nationally-recognised brand by launching a franchise business.