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The importance of the pork industry to the Suffolk economy is set to be recognised in a poster campaign to promote its biggest showcase event as two perky pigs take centre-stage.

A “chronic” lack of industrial space is set to lead to soaring rents in the East of England, according to a commercial agent.

The East of England is set to count the cost of a ‘no deal’ Brexit in billions of pounds, according to analysis by business lobby group the CBI.

Roll-on/roll-off capacity at the Port of Felixstowe is set to be boosted by more than 40% as shippers seek to minimise risks from Brexit.

A UK patisserie and cafe chain says it is still locked in talks with lenders as its future remained in doubt amid an accounting scandal.

Voting has now begun to find the best local food producers across Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk as part of an annual East of England Co-op competition.

A Halesworth game pie maker, a Suffolk coastal village’s post office store and butcher, and a pub near Colchester are among a host of rural businesses set to battle it out in a regional contest.

More working farmers and their families are needing charity support as low income, debt, illness, evictions, extreme weather and problems with farm subsidy payments continue to beset the industry, the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) says.

Suffolk-based poultry brand Gressingham Duck is launching a campaign in a bid to boost sales among younger consumers.

Stansted Airport carrier Ryanair has warned over profits as short-haul over-capacity in Europe hit winter prices.

A new tomato growing operation on the outskirts of Ipswich has appointed a managing director.

Revenues have slumped by 12% at British Sugar owner AB Sugar after prices plummeted - but its UK campaign is ‘progressing well’ with high sugar content in its beet crop.

Worried East Anglian farmers’ leaders warned that a ‘no deal’ Brexit would have a ‘serious impact’ on rural businesses as the political crisis deepened following a crushing defeat for prime minister Theresa May’s European Union (EU) exit strategy.

Plans for a £10m upgrade of a celebrated Suffolk cider plant have been given the thumbs up by councillors.

The boss at regional civil engineering firm Jackson Civil Engineering has taken a step back to focus on parent company One Group Construction.

Bury St Edmunds brewing and pubs giant Greene King has chosen a new chief executive.

Suffolk farmers fear their way of life might be under threat after Sizewell C published its infrastructure plans.

Easton and Otley College has been “working relentlessly” to get back on track following a damning Ofsted report last year, its principal said in her new year message.

Planners are recommending giving the green light to a £10m upgrade scheme proposed by the new owners of a celebrated Suffolk cider brand

The East of England Co-op’s former Darsham Hamper store has been snapped up by an ex-brewery boss.

Pent-up demand for storage space is being driven by longer term issues of supply, rather than Brexit, a Suffolk property expert believes.

Food and drink producers from across the East are set to battle it out in a bid to become 2019’s locally-sourced heroes.

Farm businesses in Suffolk and Essex ar ‘extremely concerned’ about the political paralysis over Brexit, a farmers’ leader says.

A Suffolk energy supplier is helping Warwickshire County Cricket Club towards its goal of becoming the most sustainable cricket venue in the country.

A Suffolk cider entrepreneur, who, along with his brother built up the brand to become nationally acclaimed, is branching out with a new non-alcoholic drinks range.

East of England firms’ confidence in the economy has fallen into negative territory, according to a banking barometer.

An Ipswich business-to-business energy supplier has picked up a sector award for its work with a local charity.

Almost three quarters (73%) of Britons enjoy a visit to the pub at Christmas, underlining its role in the community, according to a survey.

Logistics software created by an Ipswich firm is being used at a new ‘intermodal’ rail freight facility.

Ipswich-based law firm Ashtons Legal now has four aspiring young lawyers training under its Six Year Solicitors Apprenticeship.

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