The top stories on just-food this week
From PBM to PepsiCo, food makers in the US dominated the headlines this week. The sale of infant-formula maker PBM for US$808m highlighted the attractiveness of the category. PepsiCo became the latest to announce plans to cut salt, sat fat and sugar from its products, while bread and cereal makers in Australia outlined their own programme to cut salt. In Europe, Swiss firm Orior set out plans for an IPO, UK retailer Sainsbury's reported slowing sales and Danone admitted it will shake up its domestic dairy business. These were the most popular stories on just-food this week.
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