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Danone CEO Franck Riboud surprised this market this week with his decision to step down from the role after 18 years. Elsewhere, a report into the UK food supply chain was published, while KP Snacks announced it is mulling the closure of two of its UK plants.
Weetabix has launched a range of Alpen cereal bars in China developed specifically for local consumers.
Weetabix has announced it is to make 30 redundancies in the UK after reaching the end of a consultation process it began in April.
Weetabix has entered into employee talks over the potential transfer of contracts after the decision was taken to outsource specialist cleaning activities at two sites.
Associated British Foods is understood to have entered an agreement to acquire up-market cereal brand Dorset Cereals.
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