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The UK’s vote to leave the EU on 23 June triggered immediate political and economic uncertainty and has long-term implications for UK food m...
As PepsiCo's leadership team presented the group's results yesterday (7 July) they could have summed up their core message to investors with...
Amazon has launched its online grocery delivery business AmazonFresh in the UK, one of the most significant moves in the country's food reta...
In May, Wal-Mart's latest financial results took the eye, although in some ways the numbers prompted as many questions as answers. In the US...
The Indian food sector presents exporters with a potentially significant medium- to long-term opportunity. The size of the country's population – around 1.2bn – and an expanding middle class are driving growth in demand. In the first on our series of articles taking a deep dive into India's food industry, just-food spoke to international export associations to find out the potential and pitfalls awaiting companies that want to sell into this promising, yet challenging, market.
Premier Foods has strengthened its financial position and is building profitability through a focus on cost reduction. However, the UK company is finding the going tougher as it looks to accelerate its sales growth. Chief executive Gavin Darby spoke to just-food about how Premier is adapting to the changing landscape in UK grocery retail.
Danone expanded its Indian presence, Arla detailed plans to boost its UK business and just-food examined the potential of healthy ageing products. Here is just-food's week in words.
UK cake and bread maker Finsbury Food Group has reported increased sales revenue of nearly 25% for the full financial year ended 2 July in a pre-close trading statement released today (19 July).
This week saw new UK Prime Minister Theresa May enter number 10 – and the food sector was quick to set out its priorities for the UK's exit from the EU. In the US, the controversial federal GMO labelling act progressed through the House of Representatives. Here are the highlights from this weeks news.
The so-called DARK Act passed the US House of Representatives; Raisio sold Halo Foods; Andrea Leadsom was named UK Secretary of State for Defra; the UK food sector set out its Brexit priorities to incoming Prime Minister Theresa May. Here is just-food's top news from the past week.
Merger and acquisitions have become the major source for revenue growth for the world’s biggest food brands that are part of the top 50 global consumer goods companies.
This week saw Danone snap up WhiteWave in a US$12.5bn maga-deal, PepsiCo posted an upbeat second quarter and raised its guidance, while Wessanen extended its better-for-you platform in the UK with the acquisition of gluten-free brand Mrs Crimble's. Here are the top stories from just-food this week.
Following last month's referendum in the UK on the country's membership of the European Union, the repercussions from the decision to leave have been felt far and wide.
The online retail behemoth is again causing chatter throughout the sector, this time amid speculation it is set to launch more private-label products.
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- What post-Brexit trade with the EU could look like
- Unilever is "working harder" in tough environment
- What next for Nestle under new CEO Schneider?
- What delay means for UK child obesity strategy
- Kerry Foods sets its sights on C-sector
- Kar's gets Non-GMO verification for Second Nature
- Tesco drops John West products over sustainability
- Greencore pays GBP15m for Cranswick sandwich unit
- Job cuts imminent as General Mills restructures