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US yoghurt firm Chobani in UK setback 28 Mar 2013

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Chobani, the largest yoghurt brand in the US, was this week barred from using the term 'Greek yoghurt' in the UK after a court battle with rival Fage, the owner of Total Greek yoghurt.


Industry giants present at CAGE investment conference 20 Mar 2013

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Nestle, Danone and Hershey are among those updating analysts and investors on the operations at the CAGE investment conference in London this week. just-food reports from the event.


just-food live from IFE 2013 18 Mar 2013

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just-food is at the IFE trade show in London this week to hear about how UK exhibitors are faring overseas and how the UK government plans to help firms targeting international markets.


Morrisons gets serious about online food retail 14 Mar 2013

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The UK's fourth-largest grocer lags its rivals in the online space but has announced plans to launch a service in 2014 - and could team up with specialist Ocado.


Smithfield faces investor pressure 8 Mar 2013

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The US meat giant has been urged to consider splitting in three to boost shareholder returns.


Vion deal sees 2 Sisters beef up UK meat ops 4 Mar 2013

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Boparan Holdings, 2 Sisters Food Group's owner, has snapped up Vion's UK poultry and red meat assets, its latest move in the consolidation of the country's food sector.


Food giants present at CAGNY investor conference 19 Feb 2013

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A key date in the US industry calendar, leading executives are in Florida to discuss the outlook for their businesses - and the sector as a whole - with Wall Street analysts.


Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, 3G Capital to buy Heinz 14 Feb 2013

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In a surprise announcement this morning (14 February), Heinz agreed to be bought by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway fund and private-equity firm 3G Capital for US$28bn - the largest-ever takeover in the food sector.


just-food's outlook for 2013 1 Feb 2013

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Our team of writers gaze into their crystal balls and - with the help of industry experts - predict what the year holds for NPD, M&A, international retail and sustainability.


just-food live from ISM 28 Jan 2013

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just-food brings you a selection of news and views from the ISM confectionery trade show in Cologne this week. One of the high spots in the sector's calendar, ISM represents a unique opportunity for confectioners from around the world to set our their stalls to a global audience.


Plum merger sets stage for growth 25 Jan 2013

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The acquisition of Plum UK by US-based Plum Organics has set the stage for significant growth, UK and US CEOs Scott Wotherspoon and Neil Grimmer suggest. The newly formed Ango-American baby food group plans to expand by growing market share and - somewhere down the line - entering new markets.


Responsibility Deal gets industry talking 23 Jan 2013

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Food producers and retailers have come under renewed pressure to show they are taking serious steps to cut fat, salt and sugar from foods. The Government has called on UK food industry leaders to engage more companies in the Responsibility Deal on health or risk the government imposing regulation.


Inauguration day: the implications for US food policy 21 Jan 2013

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As President Barack Obama takes office for a second term, just-food takes a look at his approach to food legislation and what the food industry might expect in the next four years.


Dutch recall reignites concern over horsemeat 16 Jan 2013

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The Netherlands has recalled 50,000 tonnes of beef sold across Europe, reviving concerns over the contamination.


Arla eyes emerging markets 14 Jan 2013

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With the end to EU dairy quotas in 2015, Arla Foods is likely to face an oversupply of raw milk. In a bid to preempt the problems that this would entail, the dairy cooperative has outlined plans of how to grow its business in emerging markets. However, in an increasingly crowded space, this could be easier said that done.


UK retail round up 9 Jan 2013

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The UK's largest listed retailers are reporting their quarterly results this week. Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons will all be revealing to the market how they performed over the keenly-watched Christmas trading period. However, with the gloomy consumer environment persisting, the news may be distinctly lacking in festive cheer.


Hormel acquires Skippy 4 Jan 2013

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Hormel Foods has acquired Skippy, the second-largest peanut butter brand in the US, from Unilever. Through the deal, Hormel hopes to bolster its overseas presence and grow the domestic business through innovation. For its part, Unilever believes that a more focused US portfolio will yield better results.


2012: just-food's review of the year 19 Dec 2012

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Economic uncertainty prevailed and the industry battled commodity volatility and weak consumer confidence. Here, we took a look back at another challenging year for the sector.


Emerging market majors snap up Western businesses 18 Dec 2012

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The increase in merger and acquisition activity from companies in the emerging markets on Western food manufacturers has risen in the last year with a number of deals being signed in 2012.


Danone tries to revitalise European business 13 Dec 2012

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The French food giant has seen sales suffer in southern Europe and is cutting costs to "win back its edge" in the market.


Tesco set for likely US exit 5 Dec 2012

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Five years after entering the US market, CEO Philip Clarke has said Tesco is "considering all options" for the loss-making business and indicated it may exit the market.


Germany's Intersnack takes bigger bite of UK market 5 Dec 2012

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In another German raid on the UK food industry, the Pom-Bear owner has agreed a deal to buy United Biscuits' salty snacks business, including Hula Hoops, McCoy's and Skips.


ConAgra eyes US private-label growth with Ralcorp deal 27 Nov 2012

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The US food giant's deal to buy Ralcorp Holdings, agreed a year after its approaches were rebuffed, will mean it becomes the country's largest private-label supplier.


Dutch meat giant Vion plans to quit UK 19 Nov 2012

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The meat processor has announced it wants to leave the UK, a market where it has had problems in recent months.


US baker Hostess Brands to wind up business 16 Nov 2012

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A national strike from workers has, the company said, forced it to wind up the business, which owns brands including Hostess and Twinkies.


UK food industry targets China 15 Nov 2012

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UK Secretary of State for the Environment Owen Paterson is spearheading the country's largest trade delegation to China this week. UK food and drink companies, along with representatives from the government and the UK Food and Drink Export Association, are attending the Food and Hotel China exhibition. just-food brings you live updates from Shanghai.


ABF sees positive outlook for grocery 9 Nov 2012

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Annual profits from Associated British Foods grocery arm fell 23% but the Kingsmill and Tip Top firm believes that part of the company will rebound next year.


We need to prove we are different, says Morrisons 9 Nov 2012

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CEO Dalton Philips, reflecting on another quarter of falling sales, says the UK retailer must show consumers how it stands apart from its rivals.


The nutrient taxes debate 31 Oct 2012

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Taxing foods according to their nutritional value to tackle diet-related health problems has been a topic of fierce debate over the past few years. This month's just-food management briefing for subscribers looks at this thorny issue in detail.


Europe's food industry searches for growth 18 Oct 2012

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This week, Europe's food industry met in Brussels to discuss how to ride out the economic downturn - and how to grow in a world of volatility, pressure on resources and global competition.

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