Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food this week
Egypt has dominated headlines around the world this week and the political crisis has had an impact on the food sector, particularly on multinationals operating in the country. Within the industry, this week saw the start of the world's largest food makers announce their 2010 results - Hershey, Unilever and Kellogg were among those reporting. And, today (4 February), Benecol maker Raisio made another push into the UK with the acquisition of cereal and confectionery maker Big Bear Group.
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