A Suffolk family-owned care home group said it was “hugely proud” after inspectors rated two of its homes ‘outstanding’ in the space of six months.

The new boss of East Anglia-based turkey giant Bernard Matthews said he plans to make the brand “great again”.

Shortages of labour and materials could hit the economies of Suffolk and Norfolk if Brexit talks go sour, a business report looking at challenges and opportunities says.

International safety experts have given the thumbs up to Sizewell B nuclear power station following a three week review.

Train operator Greater Anglia says it has received “positive feedback” from customers after giving out free Valentine’s cupcakes to commuters.

Farmland prices in the East of England reportedly dipped in the second half of last year, even though nationally they rose slightly, figures reveal.

A Suffolk alcohol-free beer maker is celebrating a new deal with supermarket giant Sainsbury’s

The Irish Republic, France, the US, Netherlands and Germany were the top five export markets for UK food and drink last year, according to government figures.

A free-range egg producer, a pig farmer and a potato grower are set to battle it out for a coveted regional food producer title after being crowned county champions.

East Anglia’s land agents see farming evolving further into a highly professionalised industry with a high degree of technical expertise. Sarah Chambers reports on their predictions for farming in 
the mid-2020s and beyond

Risk management was brought into focus at Sentry’s annual farming conference at Newmarket, on Wednesday (February 7). Sarah Chambers reports

Government departments are set to carry out simulation exercises to test contingency plans for dealing with any future outbreak of foot-and-mouse disease.

The Big Farmland Bird Count is set to begin this week.

A Suffolk brewery is toasting a 40% boost in sales for its alcohol-free beer during ‘Dry January’.

Business heavyweight Mark Pendlington is no stranger to crises, having at one time headed up the communications team for the late Conservative politician Cecil Parkinson, during his stormy reign as a cabinet minister under Margaret Thatcher.

Too many farmers are waiting to learn more about Brexit rather than taking a proactive stance with their business, a top agricultural banker has warned.

The growing Chinese market offers a ‘really good opportunity’ for East Anglia’s food and drink sector, a government official said as he attended an industry event in Ipswich.

The burgeoning electric vehicle industry presents an “exciting opportunity” for the East of England to strengthen its economic relationship with China, according to an enterprise leader.

Entrepreneurial Suffolk sisters Emily and Lucy McVeigh will be under the spotlight as they describe how they built up their successful farm diversifications at the Norfolk Farming Conference.

A European Union (EU) agri-food sector delegation is set to accompany EU Commissioner Phil Hogan on his latest business offensive to China in May 2018.

Easton and Otley College has launched a recruitment drive for an “educational superstar” to lead it.

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