Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words
Green & Black's boss Dominic Lowe this week talked about his "confidence" in Kraft Foods' takeover as the Cadbury-owned firm announced plans to move its entire range to Fairtrade by the end of 2011. Elsewhere, analysts speculated on Morrisons' future strategy following the surprise appointment of Loblaw COO Dalton Philips as its new chief executive. Across the Atlantic, Wal-Mart announced plans to leverage its "size and global scale" in a shake-up to its leadership structure and the creation of a new unit for the firm's online business. Here is a list of who said what this week.
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