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Food service is returning to life, following the government’s latest announcement that cafes, restaurants, and pubs will be opening their doors to more than just takeaways from 4 July. These sectors, from fine dining experiences to layby burger vans, are major consumers of pure sugars not just as ingredients for their core food offerings, but […] ...
Brewing is traditionally regarded as one of the more resilient sectors of the beverage market, able to weather the storms of crises due to the relatively stable profits generated by consistent demand. The current coronavirus-induced global economic downturn, however, is unlike any we have seen before. With the brewing industry currently experiencing its short-term effects, […] ...
Just before the UK was gripped by coronavirus, the government outlined its plans for agriculture in a post-Brexit environment. The proposed bill represented a shift from the direct payments to farmers outlined in the EU’s CAP to a new payment system centred on decarbonising British farming. Below we analyse how this could affect the UK’s […] ...
Ragus is delighted to announce the appointment of Henry Eastick as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Manager. CSR underpins operations at Ragus, from ensuring we only ever source through ethical and transparent supply chains to always seeking to limit the carbon footprint of our production facility. Henry will provide a focal point for these activities, channelling […] ...
Golden syrup is inextricably linked to the Ragus story. First formulated by our founder Charles Eastick, it has since become one of the world’s most ubiquitous and well-known sugar products. But how did the golden elixir come into existence and what role does it play in the Ragus of today? 1863-1885: humble beginnings to a […] ...
Sugar is a vital component of many of the beverages we consume daily. Its presence is both functional and to provide flavour, ensuring drinks retain their distinct tastes and characteristics alongside maximum shelf life. Below, we explore the role it plays in soft, alcoholic and hot beverages, with each application providing an insight into its […] ...