17 October 2013
Brittany's struggling food firms are set to benefit from a EUR15m (US20.5m) package of emergency state aid to the region's industry, the Ministry of Agriculture has announced.
22 August 2013
Norwegian seafood manufacturer Marine Harvest has proposed an extraordinary dividend, having booked its "best second quarter in history".
16 August 2013
Fifteen farmed salmon producers, representing 70% of the global industry, have joined forces have pledged to make their businesses more sustainable by tackling issues including biosecurity and sourcing.
4 June 2013
Norwegian seafood group Marine Harvest is planning to close two salmon processing plants in France next year with the loss of over 400 jobs.
1 May 2013
Norwegian seafood company Marine Harvest has offered NOK9.7bn (US$1.7bn) to acquire fish farming group Cermaq.
21 December 2012
In the final week before the Christmas and New Year break, just-food published its review of the year, which included lists of our most-read content and featured an in-depth look at the M&A, retail trends, sustainability initiatives and commodity volatility we have seen in 2012. Elsewhere, the founder of US yoghurt firm Chobani ruled out a sale of the business, Sainsbury's said talk chief executive Justin King could leave in February "pure speculation" and Italian food group Barilla outlined its plans for emerging markets.
21 December 2012
As the week draws to an end and the industry prepares to take a Christmas break, Sainsbury's found itself responding to reports its chief exective Justin King may only be staying on in his role for a few months in the New Year. Elsewhere, yoghurt group Chobani dismissed reports it is looking at a listing, while Barilla spoke to just-food about its plans for expansion in Latin America.
19 December 2012
There were, despite continued economic uncertainty in many Western markets and concerns over slowing growth in the East, signs that M&A activity rebounded in the food sector this year. However, a look at just-food's M&A coverage this year shows there have been few big-ticket, transformational deals.
17 December 2012
Norwegian seafood group Marine Harvest is to make a bid to buy 100% of salmon processor Morpol.
26 June 2012
Norway-based seafood processor Marine Harvest has appointed the CFO from rival Leroy Seafood to become its finance chief.
30 June 2011
Private-equity firm Volga Resources has acquired a stake in Russian Sea Group, the Russian seafood processor.
27 May 2011
The William Jackson Food Group has appointed Mark McDavid as managing director of its Aunt Bessie's brand from the beginning of June.
12 May 2011
Shares in Marine Harvest have plummeted after the seafood processor reported a decline in profit for the first quarter.
15 April 2011
Marine Harvest, the world's largest producer of farmed salmon, has reported a jump in first-quarter operating profit.
21 February 2011
Norwegian seafood group Marine Harvest has unveiled plans to invest EUR11m in a new 8,000 sqm processing and packing plant for salmon and white fish located at the French Channel port of Boulogne-sur-Mer.
5 May 2010
Seafood group Marine Harvest today (5 May) posted a leap in first-quarter sales and profits, boosted by rising demand for seafood products and improved operating margins.
8 May 2009
Norwegian fish farmer Marine Harvest has posted an increase in revenues for the first quarter of its year.
4 February 2009
Seafood group Marine Harvest said today (4 February) that it expects improved results in 2009, despite problems in Chile, a key market for the company.
1 December 2008
Norwegian seafood producer Marine Harvest has appointed a director of corporate development as part of changes to its group management team.
27 March 2008
Norwegian seafood producer Marine Harvest has taken an 11.92% stake in peer Aker Seafoods.
22 February 2008
Marine Harvest is continuing with its investigations into the Scottish salmon withdrawals as yet another supermarket is forced to recall its stock.
19 February 2008
More salmon products have been withdrawn by Tesco and Costco in the UK, the Food Standards Agency has reported today (19 February).
18 February 2008
The UK's leading supermarket chains have withdrawn further Scottish salmon products due to a risk of white spirit taint, resulting in an unpleasant taste.