Food market news of the week - cocoa sector deforestation pledge, Ferrero strikes US acquisition, Unilever wants changes to UK takeover rules
Nestle, Mondelez International and Hershey were this week among the companies to pledge to tackle the deforestation seen in the cocoa supply chain. It was a busy week on our M&A pages, including a notable deal in chocolate, with Ferrero buying US chocolate maker Fannie May Confections Brands, meat giant JBS snapping up bacon maker Plumrose USA and Conagra Brands acquiring US snacks firm Thanasi Foods.
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