Food market quotes of the week - JBS on CEO's position, Fyffes strikes again, concern in UK over antibiotic use
The CEO of meat giant JBS found his position in some uncertainty this week after a court in Brazil reportedly temporarily ordered him to stand down. In Canada, Fyffes made its second acquisition local in five months and, in the US, Mondelez outlined plans to up its presence in the country's chocolate market. In Europe, France heard calls for a tax on high-calorie foods, while in the UK, research claimed to show antibiotic use in the food chain was leading to the presence of E.coli in supermarket meat resistant to drugs.
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