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Covid-19 and the food industry in 2021 – daily updates, Wednesday 10 March (free to read)

10 Mar 2021

As we enter 2021, just-food continues to provide daily updates on how Covid-19 is still affecting the world's packaged food sector – and how executives see the market taking shape.

Tesco destocks ABF's Silver Spoon Granulated Sugar

6 Mar 2017

Associated British Foods' Silver Spoon Granulated Sugar has been delisted by Tesco stores in the UK in a spat over pricing.

UK: British Sugar row has hit profits, warns Real Good Food

1 May 2014

The Real Good Food Co. today (1 May) warned its pricing row with British Sugar has seen its earnings tumble in its most recent financial year.

What the analysts say - Grocery as expected at ABF

23 Apr 2013

Beyond the continued growth of Associated British Foods' discount clothing chain Primark, the UK-based group's grocery business generally met expectations in the first half of the year.

MIDDLE EAST: Tate & Lyle Sugars to build refinery

17 Apr 2013

Tate & Lyle Sugars is to build a sugar refinery in Oman to serve markets in the Middle East and eastern Africa.

GLOBAL: Cargill to launch Truvia in Canada; eyes Brazil, India

11 Apr 2013

Cargill is to take its table-top stevia sweetener brand Truvia into Canada - and revealed it wants to launch the product into Brazil and India.

Stevia - application spotlight turns to food

30 Mar 2012

Stevia has been widely used - with some success - in carbonated soft drinks and table-top sweeteners containing the ingredient continue to be launched. However, suppliers are increasingly looking at how to use the sweetener in food, particularly categories like dairy and confectionery. Jonathan Thomas reports.

UK: EU rules blamed for Tate & Lyle Sugars job cuts

15 Feb 2012

Tate & Lyle Sugars has entered into a consultation over the reorganisation of its UK operations, which will result in 30 job cuts.

Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food this week

23 Dec 2011

Wal-Mart stunned the US food sector this week with a decision to pull a Mead Johnson infant formula brand after the death of a baby in Missouri. In the UK, two retailers, Thorntons and Ocado, faced the scrutiny of investors after profit warnings. And, just-food launched its international food basket to highlight the difference in price between national brands and own label in seven markets.

UK: Tate & Lyle Sugars launches stevia-based brand

20 Dec 2011

Tate & Lyle Sugars is releasing a product containing stevia, the plant-based intense sweetener that received EU approval last month.

Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words

31 Oct 2011

This week, key M&A announcements dominated the headlines with US food maker Hain Celestial acquiring UK chilled foods firm Daniels Group, in a bid to expand the international presence of both companies. Ireland-based Greencore was in sales talks with unnamed sources. Meanwhile, rival confectioneries Ferrero and Hershey look to expand overseas.

Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food last week

31 Oct 2011

We had this week that M&A activity in the food industry - at least in the UK - had slowed in the third quarter of the year but the final three months has seen deal-making return to the headlines with Hain Celestial's takeover of Daniels Group and rumours around the future of Greencore. Click on the headlines for more.

UK: Tate & Lyle Sugars may close London factory

26 Oct 2011

The American owners of Tate & Lyle Sugars may be forced to close its London factory because of EU tariffs on sugar imports.

Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words

10 Oct 2011

Two of the UK's largest retailers, Tesco and Sainsbury's, gave an update on their trading this week and the former's new promotional campaign remained a talking point. Another subject of fierce debate was Denmark's new fat tax, which the country's food manufacturers have described as a "bureaucratic nightmare". Click on the links for more.

UK: Tate & Lyle Sugars takes on European Commission

7 Oct 2011

Tate & Lyle Sugars is taking the European Commission to court over tariffs on sugar imports.

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