Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food this week
The week ended with, in many ways, its most notable story with the results of an investigation into Nestle's cocoa supply confirming the use of child labour on some farms in Africa. The last five days also saw Hershey outline its ambitions for growth overseas, the listing of Sara Lee's meat arm Hillshire Brands in the US and General Mills reveal more details of its restructuring plans. just-food also interviewed executives from Irish food group Greencore and UK meat processor Cranswick and looked at the growth of Nigeria as a destination for investment by FMCG companies.
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