Food industry news of the week - Nestle disappoints analysts, Fox's and Philadelphia sale talk, CAGNY conference
The results for 2015 continued to come in this week, with Nestle and Arla Foods among the companies publishing their performance. There was fresh speculation in the UK over the future of the Fox's and Philadelphia brands. And, in the US, a key date in the industry calendar, the Consumer Analyst Group of New York conference, took place in Florida, with a number of the major names in the sector outlining how they are navigating a sector going through a period of profound change.
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