Food industry quotes of the week: Arla Foods confident on Russia future; General Mills' 301 Inc. invests in cottage cheese maker; Plum Organics forays into infant formula
This week, just-food spoke to Arla Foods CFO Natalie Knight in the wake of its full year results to find out how the dairy giant navigated a challenging year for the industry. Elsewhere, General Mills' start up fund 301 Inc. announced investment into cottage cheese manufacturer, Good Culture. Campbell Soup Co.'s baby food unit Plum Organics announced its debut in the infant formula industry. Here is the week in words.
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