Top stories on just-food this week
The latest numbers from two Cs - Carrefour and Cargill - proved among the more popular stories on just-food this week. Carrefour insisted it had put in a "resilient" performance during the first quarter of 2009 - despite seeing sales drop almost 3%. Cargill, the agribusiness giant, blamed the downturn for a slump in third-quarter profits. Elsewhere, sales of frozen food in the US are predicted to grow 25% by 2013, according to a US study and in the UK frozen foods are proving ever more popular in the credit cruch, further evidence of the popularity for frozen food on both sides of the Atlantic. These are the top stories on just-food this week.
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