Editor's choice: highlights on just-food this week
The top headlines on just-food had a meaty flavour this week, with news of Cargill's local merger with Australian beef processor Teys Bros, Tyson Foods' half-year numbers and a look at how the UK and US food industries are dealing with concerns over animal welfare. We also reported on how Beijing is looking to introduce additive regulations in the wake of a contaminated pork scandal. Elsewhere, Sainsbury's issued its annual results and we took a look at the speculation around Tesco's loss-making venture in the US. Click on the headlines for more.
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