Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words
This week had a couple of key interviews this week, with Associated British Foods' finance director speaking to just-food about commodity costs and restructuring in the group's grocery division, while we spoke to Gu founder James Averdieck about what the company has been doing since its sale to Noble Foods earlier this year. Meanwhile Ireland announced a series of austerity measures in the country which look set to impact the retail sector and Campbell Soup Co continued to post disappointing results. Here's the best of what was said this week:
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