Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food last week
A short week on just-food after the long public holiday but it was packed with news. Disney banned "junk food" advertising, Carrefour neared the acquisition of Argentinian retailer Eki, meat giant JBS found itself under the scrutiny of Greenpeace - again - for its cattle sourcing in Brazil and, elsewhere the field of sustainability, Marks and Spencer said it had become "carbon neutral". We also looked at the problems at French meat processor Groupe Doux, which went into receivership last week, a move that could have wider implications across the country's agriculture sector. Click on the headlines for more.
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