Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words
Not everyone was happy that a deal was struck within the EU this week on how to compensate farmers affected by Europe's E. coli outbreak, with Spanish farmers demanding more after being particularly hit by the scandal. Elsewhere, commodity prices - both in the future and now - remained a subject of discussion, while retail analysts looked at Tesco's first-quarter sales numbers and at the future for Metro Group's Makro operations in the UK.
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