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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...
April saw Wal-Mart continue the expansion of its click-and-collect service in the US, while Kroger invested in a local retailer focused on n...
Despite Hain Celestial lowering the top end of its forecasts for annual net sales and earnings yesterday (4 May), the US group earned praise...
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.
Nestle has become the first FMCG company to sell food and drink products in Egypt via the Arab world’s largest online retailer, Souq.com.
Mondelez International is planning to "interact" with consumers in "real-time" on Facebook's Messenger app as part of the snacks giant's international marketing tie-up with the social network.
There were more raids at Lotte Group this week, with the South Korean conglomerate facing bribery allegations. Elsewhere in Asia, Fonterra announced plans for a trial launch into China's ice cream sector. In Europe, Belgium announced plans to cut calories, while UK crisp maker Tyrrells told just-food it is preparing to launch an organic line in its domestic market.
Best Foods, the Indian rice company, has launched a consumer-facing e-commerce site.
Nestle is teaming up with Google to put QR codes on KitKat wrappers to give consumers the option of watching a selection of videos on YouTube when they take a snack break.
Jack Link's has launched a website allowing consumers to buy its products from the US jerky maker directly.
The online retail behemoth is again causing chatter throughout the sector, this time amid speculation it is set to launch more private-label products.
Talking with our readers, a common problem among them is their battle to keep tabs on the changes to regulations in China. And the recent moves Beijing has made to revamp its rules around e-commerce have brought that concern into sharp relief.
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