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With over 200m regular users worldwide tweeting more than 500m times each day, the potential on offer for brands to reach consumers via microblogging site Twitter is self-evident. To succeed on Twitter, brands need to become a relevant, informative and amusing part of an evolving two-way conversation. Katy Askew spoke to Twitter UK sales director Dara Nasr about how food manufacturers and retailers can insert themselves into the dialogue.
Canadian biscuit, cracker and confectionery manufacturer Dare Foods has a clear sense of ambition and a well-thought out expansion strategy. Michelle Russell talks to Dare Foods' chairman Bill Farrell about how the company will achieve this growth, where it sees opportunities internationally and the challenges it faces.
Kellogg has announced it is to cease production at a snacks facility in the US - a move which sees 325 jobs at risk.
Kellogg's South African arm is importing All-Bran Flakes and Special K from Europe to cover local production as maintenance work affects the business.
Kellogg is co-operating with a US Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OHSA) probe following the death of an employee after an accident at its manufacturing facility in Augusta, Georgia.
Trading conditions in the UK and US remain tough and this week two companies - Premier Foods and ConAgra Foods - saw their shares hit after reporting sluggish sales. Elsewhere, the CEOs of the world's largest food manufacturers announced actions they believe will improve consumers' health.
The UK Department of Health has rejected the suggestion that cereal makers should face increased regulatory oversight of sugar content, as the Government again threw its weight behind its voluntary Responsibility Deal scheme.
Heinz has been added to the list of manufacturers to be pulled up on claims its product is "all-natural".
If the pressure of a stagnant sector wasn't bad enough, cereal manufacturers are feeling the heat once again after being named and shamed in the US for the amount of sugar in cereals.
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