Top stories on just-food this week
The prospect of the UK's largest food retailers having to deal with an ombudsman in disputes with suppliers moved a step nearer this week when the country's competition watchdog urged the Government to create an independent arbiter. Elsewhere, a series of food manufacturing giants - Dean Foods, Unilever and Premier Foods among them - shed light on their recent performance. For Unilever and Premier, investing in brands seems vital to withstanding the downturn.
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