Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food last week
Russia's move to block a range of food imports from the US, the EU and other countries dominated this week's headlines. Elsewhere, the speculation around United Biscuits intensified, with Kellogg said to be mulling a bid for the UK snack maker. Our interview pages included the head of United Biscuits' international arm discussing its growth prospects overseas - which could be key to any potential bid for the business.
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