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John Shepherd | 6 Mar 2017

Associated British Foods' Silver Spoon Granulated Sugar has been delisted by Tesco stores in the UK in a spat over pricing.


Dean Best | 1 May 2014

The Real Good Food Co. today (1 May) warned its pricing row with British Sugar has seen its earnings tumble in its most recent financial year.


Dean Best | 23 Apr 2013

Beyond the continued growth of Associated British Foods' discount clothing chain Primark, the UK-based group's grocery business generally met expectations in the first half of the year.


Dean Best | 17 Apr 2013

Tate & Lyle Sugars is to build a sugar refinery in Oman to serve markets in the Middle East and eastern Africa.


Dean Best | 17 Apr 2013

Tate & Lyle Sugars is to build a sugar refinery in Oman to serve markets in the Middle East and eastern Africa.


Dean Best | 11 Apr 2013

Cargill is to take its table-top stevia sweetener brand Truvia into Canada - and revealed it wants to launch the product into Brazil and India.


Michelle Russell | 15 Feb 2012

Tate & Lyle Sugars has entered into a consultation over the reorganisation of its UK operations, which will result in 30 job cuts.


Michelle Russell | 15 Feb 2012

Tate & Lyle Sugars has entered into a consultation over the reorganisation of its UK operations, which will result in 30 job cuts.


Dean Best | 23 Dec 2011

Wal-Mart stunned the US food sector this week with a decision to pull a Mead Johnson infant formula brand after the death of a baby in Missouri. In the UK, two retailers, Thorntons and Ocado, faced the scrutiny of investors after profit warnings. And, just-food launched its international food basket to highlight the difference in price between national brands and own label in seven markets.


Sam Webb | 20 Dec 2011

Tate & Lyle Sugars is releasing a product containing stevia, the plant-based intense sweetener that received EU approval last month.


Sam Webb | 20 Dec 2011

Tate & Lyle Sugars is releasing a product containing stevia, the plant-based intense sweetener that received EU approval last month.


Katie Smith | 31 Oct 2011

This week, key M&A announcements dominated the headlines with US food maker Hain Celestial acquiring UK chilled foods firm Daniels Group, in a bid to expand the international presence of both companies. Ireland-based Greencore was in sales talks with unnamed sources. Meanwhile, rival confectioneries Ferrero and Hershey look to expand overseas.


Dean Best | 31 Oct 2011

We had this week that M&A activity in the food industry - at least in the UK - had slowed in the third quarter of the year but the final three months has seen deal-making return to the headlines with Hain Celestial's takeover of Daniels Group and rumours around the future of Greencore. Click on the headlines for more.


Sam Webb | 26 Oct 2011

The American owners of Tate & Lyle Sugars may be forced to close its London factory because of EU tariffs on sugar imports.


Sam Webb | 26 Oct 2011

The American owners of Tate & Lyle Sugars may be forced to close its London factory because of EU tariffs on sugar imports.


Sam Webb | 10 Oct 2011

Two of the UK's largest retailers, Tesco and Sainsbury's, gave an update on their trading this week and the former's new promotional campaign remained a talking point. Another subject of fierce debate was Denmark's new fat tax, which the country's food manufacturers have described as a "bureaucratic nightmare". Click on the links for more.


Sam Webb | 7 Oct 2011

Tate & Lyle Sugars is taking the European Commission to court over tariffs on sugar imports.


Sam Webb | 7 Oct 2011

Tate & Lyle Sugars is taking the European Commission to court over tariffs on sugar imports.

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Dean Best | 22 Jun 2016

With a little over 24 hours before the UK's votes on its membership of the EU, a senior executive at a major food company with operations in the country has declared he favours leaving the bloc.

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