All articles by 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.

Andy Coyne

UK Labour Party commits to junk food advertising ban

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has ruled out imposing a tax on salty and sugary foods.

Flowers Foods cuts full-year guidance after slow start

However, Flowers CEO McMullian told analysts the strength of its leading brands “has never been more apparent”.

Why did the UK stage a food summit?

The relationship between supermarkets and producers and concerns around a lack of labour were high on the agenda.

French food companies agree to re-negotiate with retailers on pricing

The announcement by Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire came after he met with food industry representatives.

UK government reveals reviews of egg, horticulture supply chains ahead of food summit

Industry bodies have long complained that growers and breeders are not being paid enough for their produce by supermarkets.

UK government to come under pressure on labour rules at food summit

The Farm to Fork summit will bring together government departments, industry leaders and supermarket groups.

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.

Oatly shuffles pack to appoint new CEO

The appointment comes two months after the loss-making Oatly announced newly-secured funding and set a path to “financial self-sufficiency”.

The road to net zero – Big Food’s emissions pledges

Our guide to the net-zero emission commitments of the world’s largest food manufacturers.

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.