Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food this week
Even after record annual profits, HJ Heinz is looking to improve its business and the US food maker this week announced plans to revamp its global supply chain. Elsewhere, the sale of a majority stake in frozen-food retailer Iceland Foods is a talking point in the UK, while in Europe, Denmark's reported ban of Marmite, Nestle's launch of a baby formula "capsule" and a fatal E.coli outbreak in Germany grabbed the headlines. Click on the headlines for more.
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