Ian Allan, for services to railway preservation; John Alexander Allen, for services to the Housing Association Movement; Mrs Joan Allison, for services to athletics; William John Arnold, Principal Professional and Technology Officer, Ministry of Defence; Wilfred Lionel Gwyn Ashton, former Divisional Veterinary Officer, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food; Mrs Margaret Anne Ashwell, member, Food Advisory Committee.John Brian Ashworth, vice chairman, Seagram Distillers plc and chairman, Renfrewshire Enterprise, for services to the Scotch whisky industry and to business; Rodney Aspinwall, chairman, Aspinwall and Company, for services to environmental management; Mrs Mary Eleanor Asprey, for services to the National Missing Persons' Helpline; Mrs Pamela Bader, member, Thames Valley Enterprise Training and Enterprise Council; Melvyn Barker, Department for Education; Mrs Rosemary Vera Barkes, for political and public service; Andrew Smith Barr, Assistant Collector, Her Majesty's Board of Customs and Excise; Mrs Susan Battle, deputy chief executive, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry.George Wright Brown, Detective Chief Inspector, Lothian and Borders Police, for services to the police; Mrs Hazel Clara Brown, for services to the community in Yeovil, Somerset; Norman Brown, lately driver, Trainload Freight, British Railways; Capt Norman Peter Brown, chairman, Management Committee, Sea Cadet Corps, Parkstone; Robert John Brown, lately restructuring director, British Rail Infrastructure Services, British Railways, for services to the railway industry; Alistair Alexander Bruce, Group Scout Leader/Cub Leader, 3rd Tweeddale Scout Troop, for services to Scouting and to the community in Peeblesshire; John Bryant, lately leading research worker, Forestry Commission.Kingsley Frederick Bryant, shop development manager, European Service, NAAFI; Mrs Judith Buckland, Chair, Arundel Festival; Anthony George Buckle, porter, for services to the Covent Garden Market Authority; Mrs Jane Audrey Bugg, chairman of governors, Lord Williams VC School, Thame, Oxfordshire; Peter Adrian Bull, for charitable services; John Callander Burn, GP, Brampton, Cumbria; Miss Jean Esther Burnett, Executive Officer, Department of Social Security; Leslie George Burnham, secretary, 48th Tank Regiment Association; John Peter Burson, for services to mountain rescue in Wales.These lists of the top food and beverage companies are one of a kind; nowhere else can you sort both food and beverage manufacturers by sales, rank or income all in one place. Read the analysis of 2015's market activity in our article: Top 100 Food and Beverage Companies for 2015.Our 40th annual Top 100© list (2015) ranks food and beverage processors based on their sales of value-added, consumer-ready goods that were processed in U. You can also download your own PDF copy of the chart.Professor David Gardner, deputy managing director and director of European projects, Military Aircraft Division, British Aerospace Defence Company; Francis Gilhooly, Parliamentary Complaints and Correspondence Manager, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue; Brian John Gillespie, for services to the community in Tyne and Wear; Brian Geoffrey Gleed, Project Manager for Safety Assessment of Naval Base Developments, UK Atomic Energy Authority, for services to the defence industry; Michael John Gooch, Department of Trade and Industry.
According to our data, for 2015, the top three companies were Pepsi, Tyson Foods, and Nestle.To see the merger and acquisition activity that contributed to the final data for 2015's list, read the article: Food Processing Top 100 Food and Beverage Companies: 2014 M&A Activity.Click on the table headers to sort each column; All figures in millions, U. Mrs Penelope Jane Meredith-Hardy, member, Hertfordshire Probation Committee; Professor David William Harkness, for services to museums; Norman Alexander Harkness, the Trade Mark Registry, the Patent Office; Anthony John Hart, for services to magistracy in the City of London; Nasimulhaq Shahzad Hasnie, co-ordinator for equal opportunities multi-cultural education, Huddersfield Technical College; John Harold Haynes, chairman, Haynes Publishing Group; Mrs Joyce Helena Hayward, president, the Attingham Trust, for services to the study of the British country house.Brian Tate Head, principal inspector, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Pollution; Colin Douglas Henderson, Scottish Office; Mrs Louise Ann Henry, Department of Health; Roderic Morley Hewitt, for services to forestry; Thomas Albert Hilliard, for charitable services in Surrey; John Michael Hillier, director of administration, West Midlands Police; Anthony John Hirst, director, the Boat Museum; Lt Col Raymond Reginald Holland, for services to disabled ex-Servicemen and women; Derek Peter Holley, for political and public service; Miss Doreen Mary Horridge, Department of Health.
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