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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
This week's top stores included Hormel Foods' deal to buy US nut-butter business Justin's, Premier Foods' plans to make its products healthier and Vinamilk's decision to remove the cap on the shares foreign investors could own in Vietnam's largest dairy company.
Prabhat Dairy has reported a rise in full-year sales and operating profit, with a higher tax bill denting the India-based dairy firm's net earnings.
Hormel Foods is continuing to bolster its presence in the on-trend natural and better-for-you categories with its latest acquisition of nut-butter products maker Justin's. But how far will the elevated focus on these areas go to alleviating pressure in Hormel's refrigerated foods and pork units? Hannah Abdulla explores.
Private equity firm KKR has refused to be drawn in to speculation it is one of the bidders in the race to acquire Abu-Dhabi based National Food Products Co. (NFPC).
Egypt's Arabian Food Industries, also known as Domty, has confirmed it will increase the selling prices of its products as it eyes a 20% jump in annual revenues.
Schwan Consumer Brands is targeting the better-for-you space with the launch of a new line of Freschetta pizza whose crust is made of preservative-free whole grains.
Skippy owner Hormel Foods has struck a deal to buy US nut-butter product maker Justin's.
Baxters Food Group, the UK-based soups and condiments maker, is looking to make improvements across its manufacturing network in a bid to protect profits in a "volatile" market.
US dairy-free firm Tofutti Brands' bottom line has benefited from higher selling prices of soy cheese and frozen dessert products in the first quarter.
Vinamilk is to remove a limit on the shares foreign investors can own in the business, according to a shareholder in the Vietnamese dairy group.
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- The balancing act at Amy's Kitchen - interview
- How discounters unsettling Australia's food sector
- Tackling infant formula fraud in China
- US food labels to include "added sugars" info
- ConAgra focusing on core with Spicetec sale
- Kraft Heinz to expand US plant
- General Mills invests in another US SME
- Premier takes control of powders JV Knighton