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Leatherhead

a town in S England, in Surrey. Pop.: 42 885 (2001)
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Leatherhead Food provides scientific research, regulatory advice, market insights, testing and other services to the food and drink industry.
Contact: Rachel Wilson, Leatherhead Food Research, Randalls Road, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7RY, UK.
The report, however, said that many environmentalists feel that the unique chalklands of the Leatherhead Downs, where the course was supposed to be built, may never recover from the damage already done.
based research firm Leatherhead Food Research conducted a report on free-from foods last year, examining food and beverage industries around the world.
A new report on the food colors market, combining market expertise from Mintel and Leatherhead Food Research, showed that the value of natural colors has overtaken that of artificial/synthetic colors on a global scale for the first time.
MET POLICE were written off as 33-1 shots pre-season for the Ryman Premier League title but they have climbed into fifth place and will fancy their chances of winning today's clash at lowly Leatherhead, writes Dan Childs.
Clean labels, EFSA health claims and low-calorie chocolate that tastes as good as the real thing--talk to Leatherhead Food Research CEO Paul Berryman, and you'll get a good idea of what's currently keeping the food industry awake at night.
Badri Patarkatsishvili, 52, collapsed and died late on Tuesday at his home in Leatherhead, a leafy suburban commuter town southwest of London, police confirmed.
Badri Patarkatsishvili, 52, was found dead at his country mansion outside Leatherhead, Surrey, at about 11pm last night.
The event will take place December 13-14 at Leatherhead Food International, Leatherhead, Surrey, U.
Surrey Police said they believed King was responsible for a sex attack in Leatherhead in 1997 and had fled the country after CCTV footage of a suspect was shown on BBC's Crimewatch programme.