Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words
This week Heinz teamed up with car maker Ford to explore ways to re-use tomato scraps. Interpol and Europol revealed they had made nearly 100 arrests in the crackdown on food fraud. Elsewhere, Fonterra was fined NZ$150,000 for delays in disclosing information related to the botulism scare. We analysed the progress of gluten-free in emerging market Brazil and, as part of our latest management briefing, just-food explored Nestle's venture in Vietnam. Here is the week in quotes.
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