Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words
Food firms remained upbeat this week as they delivered their latest results. Russia's Wimm-Bill-Dann Foods said its margins from dairy would improve as the year progressed, while UK food and drinks firm Innocent insisted it was not struggling but growing market share. Elsewhere, new marketing is set to hit UK screens with a new-look Flake advert from Cadbury and a pizza push from Northern Foods, which conceded its Goodfella's brand had not performed as expected. Here is the best of who said what this week.
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