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US cereal giant Kellogg announced earlier this week it has entered into a joint venture agreement to step up its presence in Africa. Kellogg...
The rise in the incidence of child labour in west African cocoa production detailed in last week's report from Tulane University is a disapp...
The report from Tulane University into the use of child labour in cocoa production in Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana, published last week, revealed...
French cheese giant Bel Group has made a rare acquisition in an emerging market with a deal to buy a majority stake in Safilait, the third-l...
The importance of expanding in emerging markets is a constant message from Nestle, a company that has one of the industry's largest footprints in the developing world. While Nestle is expanding in high-growth markets like China, the world's largest food group is looking beyond the BRICs as it establishes a presence in every quarter of the globe. In this month's just-food interview, Katy Askew spoke to the chief executive of Nestle's operations in equatorial Africa, Ian Donald, to discover how the company is working to drive long-term growth in the region.
As it looks to expand international revenues, Kraft Foods has developed a strategy that focuses on building its business in ten "priority markets" around the world. South Africa was recently added to Kraft's emerging markets hit list and, in this month's just-food interview, Katy Humphries spoke to Sean Murphy, MD of Kraft's operations in southern Africa, about the group's plans for growth in the region.
Johan Dique, the MD of South Africa-based produce supplier Capespan Group, is to step down for health reasons.
BRF, the Brazil-based meat processor, has visited Namibia to discuss the possibility of launching "a specific project" in the country.
Tiger Brands is selling its 51% stake in East African Tiger Brands (EATB), its Ethiopian joint venture, to partner East Africa Group (EAG).
Sovereign Food Investments, the South Africa-based meat processor, has posted higher annual sales and profits, with the company's focus on its costs and on growing sales of "value-added" products helping the business the impact of drought on the country's poultry sector.
Quantum Foods has, as expected, posted a fall in profits for the first half of the year on the back of higher costs and currency volatility.
Tiger Brands, the South Africa-based consumer goods group, today (24 May) reported improved half-year sales and earnings.
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