Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food last week
Two major US food companies - Campbell Soup Co. and Dean Foods - last week made announcements affecting the future of their domestic operations. Another, Kellogg, revealed it had agreed plans for a venture further afield, in China. Elsewhere, the MD of Australia's number two grocer, Coles, issued a warning to suppliers and we interviewed senior executives at Kraft Foods and Dairy Crest about their moves on health and wellness and on sustainability.
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