Food industry news of the week - McCormick interest in Premier Foods, US majors make GMO label pledge, General Mills yoghurt woes
Premier Foods again grabbed the industry headlines this week - but this time the story is less about its future as a viable business and more its status as an independent company, with US group McCormick & Co. eyeing the business. In the US, a number of the country's largest food manufacturers announced plans to introduce GMO labelling. Meanwhile, one of those companies - General Mills - published its third-quarter results, with its domestic yoghurt business looking a problem area.
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