All articles by Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne

Just Food’s deputy editor, Andy is a journalist with 30 years’ experience, much of it in the business media. He has edited print and online titles in the UK covering general business, commercial property and international finance. Andy has also freelanced extensively for national and international magazines and newspapers in India, Hong Kong and the Middle East.

Big Food’s stake in the future – in-house venture-capital funds’ investments

A guide to some of the in-house, corporate-venture arms operated by the world’s major packaged-food companies.

The dairy companies also present in dairy alternatives

Just Food rounds up what some of the world’s leading dairy businesses are providing in the growing market of dairy alternatives.

Leading the charge – the companies at the cutting edge of cell-based protein

Just Food presents a guide to the prominent companies developing cell-cultivated meat, seafood and dairy products.

Might pet food provide better prospects for lab-grown meat?

There are signs cultivated-meat firms may have found a new target, one that would allow them to get their product to market more quickly.

UK sports nutrition company Applied Nutrition ‘plotting £1bn flotation’

Sky News reported Applied Nutrition has been interviewing bankers about a listing that could take place in the autumn.

UK food and beverage bodies alarmed as ‘not for EU’ labelling plan confirmed

One UK dairy company said that new labels alone will cost it £1m ($1.26m) a year.

Astral Foods issues more upbeat update after “devastating” 2023

The business was buffeted by headwinds last year including power outages, bird flu and high feed costs.

Australia supermarket pricing probe launched by competition regulator

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) is to conduct a year-long inquiry into the supermarket sector.

US food group Saco acquired by Canadian investors

Saco is probably best known for its chocolate coatings brand Dolci Frutta.

US supplements business Bloom Nutrition gets backing from Nutrabolt

The investment provides Nutrabolt with an ownership stake of approximately 20%.