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Hannah-Farah Abdulla is just-food's news editor, with over four years of experience in the publishing industry.
Hannah graduated from Loughborough University with a degree in publishing with English.
She has experience in both print and online journalism. Hannah spent two years as assistant editor for John Lewis' internal publication The Chronicle before travelling to the Middle East where she worked for two years under the ITP Publishing Group umbrella. Hannah spent one year as editor on B2B title Facilities Management Middle East before moving on to F&B title Caterer Middle East which focused on the retail and foodservice aspects of the industry.
Articles by Hannah Abdulla
General Mills this week reported another quarter of falling sales, leading industry watchers to wonder if the US food giant will lessen its focus on its margin target but, more critically, whether the company can revitalise its top line. Hannah Abdulla reports.
Kraft Heinz has announced a set of new sustainability targets that commit to decreasing its environmental footprint and creating a sustainable supply chain.
General Mills today (21 March) reported lower sales and earnings for the first nine months of its financial year after seeing its top and bottom lines decline in the third quarter.
Fresh produce supplier Capespan has announced a joint venture with Joy Wing Mau to expand its presence across Asia.
TreeHouse Foods has recorded a full-year loss after booking an impairment charge related to North American retail grocery unit Flagstone Foods.
US poultry group Pilgrim's Pride has booked lower sales and profits for 2016.
US firm Hiland Dairy Foods is to buy manufacturing assets from local grocer Brookshire Grocery Co., a joint statement from the two companies has revealed.
Nestle has reformulated the recipe behind its Skinny Cow ice cream range in the US.
Campbell Soup Co. has launched a line of organic dressings under its Bolthouse Farms brand in the US.
The easing of decade-long trade sanctions against Iran by the developed world offers packaged food makers an opportunity to access the country's 80m strong consumer base. At the end of April, Ireland's Bord Bia embarked on a trade mission with 17 Irish food producers to explore the potential of the market. just-food caught up with representatives from the mission, including the Irish Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, to find out more.
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