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Dean Best | 14 Sep 2012

A chunk of Dole Food Co.'s business could end up in the hands of one of Japan's largest trading houses it was announced this week - and China appears to be central to the potential deal.

Michelle Russell | 16 Nov 2011

PepsiCo's chairman and CEO, Indra Nooyi, is under pressure, the group's strategic review has been extended and, this week, talk of a business split has been fuelled by the arrival of activist investor Nelson Peltz. So, asks Michelle Russell, what's eating PepsiCo?

Sam Webb | 26 Aug 2011

Food prices are on the rise in China and analysts from all over the world are keeping a close eye on the situation. Inflationary changes in China do not just affect the people of Shanghai and Beijing – the whole world feels their ramifications, writes Sam Webb.

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Simon Harvey | 22 Aug 2017

Tingyi Holding Corp., the Chinese maker of Master Kong noodles, pointed to a focus on its "core" products and on controlling costs as factors in its rising first-half increase in sales and profits.

John Shepherd | 27 Mar 2017

Tingyi Holding Corp., the Hong Kong-listed food and beverage group, today (27 March) booked a 31% slump in annual profits as a result of rising costs and a wider industry facing "the change in trends in domestic demand".

Dean Best | 30 Aug 2016

Tingyi Holding Corp., the Hong Kong-listed food and beverage group, has reported a slump in first-half profits, with work to "upgrade" its flagship noodle products and higher input costs weighing on earnings.

Hannah Abdulla | 24 Aug 2015

Master-Kong maker Tingyi Holding Corp. has reported a fall in first-half sales and profits after weakness in its noodle and instant food businesses.

Katy Askew | 29 May 2015

US poultry group Sanderson Farms posted higher half-year sales and profits, although there was some concern on Wall Street about the near-term outlook for the business. Barilla announced its results for 2014, which included an increase in revenue and earnings.

Katy Askew | 23 Mar 2015

Instant noodle maker Tingyi Holding Corp booked a drop in sales and earnings for 2014, as a slowdown in China's economy weighed on demand.

Katy Askew | 2 Jan 2015

Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. has promoted James Wei to the role of CEO.

Hannah Abdulla | 17 Nov 2014

Hong Kong-listed food and beverage group Tingyi Holdings has published mixed results from its food businesses after reporting a rise in nine-month profits.

Dean Best | 19 Aug 2014

Tingyi Holdings saw earnings increase in the first half of 2014 although profits from its two key food divisions fell.

PepsiCo's global growth strategy in packaged foods and whether the deterioration of economic conditions in the market will hit prospects for the food sector are included in this week's round-up of essential research from the just-food research store.

Hannah Abdulla | 20 May 2014

Chinese food and drinks manufacturer Tingyi has posted a 48% increase in profit for the first quarter of the year.

Katy Askew | 18 Nov 2013

Hong Kong listed food and beverage group Tingyi has booked a jump in third-quarter earnings, but nine-month profits remained below 2012 levels.

Katy Askew | 1 Nov 2013

Chinese food and beverage group Tingyi Holdings plans to form a joint venture with Japanese food and drinks maker Asahi to sell infant formula and baby products in China.

Michelle Russell | 27 Aug 2013

Tingyi saw its earnings fall in the first half as the Hong Kong-listed food and drinks group increased advertising spend and saw profits fall in its instant food and beverage units.

Michelle Russell | 20 May 2013

Tingyi has booked a drop in earnings in the first quarter after the Hong Kong-listed food and drinks group was hit with costs related to its tie-up with PepsiCo.

Michelle Russell | 18 Mar 2013

Tingyi, the Hong Kong-listed food and drink group, has booked an increase in full-year profit and sales.

Dean Best | 19 Nov 2012

Tingyi, the Hong Kong-listed food and drink group, saw profits increase by more than 34% in the third quarter amid higher sales and a drop in palm oil prices.

Dean Best | 21 Aug 2012

Hong Kong-listed food and drink group Tingyi has reported a 24% rise in half-year profits, helped in part by improved earnings from its noodle unit.

Wang Fangqing | 6 Jul 2012

Japanese snacks group Calbee is to set up a joint venture in Taipei with local food concern Wei Chuan, a subsidiary of Tingyi International.

Michelle Russell | 28 May 2012

Hong Kong-listed snack firm Tingyi has booked an increase in first-quarter profits on solid growth in its noodle business.

Dean Best | 18 May 2012

Hong Kong-listed snack food group Tingyi and Japanese ham and sausage firm Prima Meat Packers is to set up a venture in China to manufacture meat products.

Dean Best | 16 Apr 2012

After a relaxing Easter break, news of another piece of M&A in the UK food sector emerged with a potential management buy-out at cake maker Lees Foods. Later in the week, another UK manufacturer, Adelie Food Holdings, made the headlines with news of its sale to an Indian buyer. Embattled retailers Carrefour and US grocer Supervalu Inc providing trading updates to the market. And, our pages carried an exclusive interview with the chairman and CEO of Spanish food manufacturer Ebro Foods. Click on the headlines for more.

Dean Best | 12 Apr 2012

Japanese snacks giant Calbee has teamed up with local conglomerate Itochu Corp. and Hong Kong-listed food group Tingyi to form a snacks venture in China.

Sam Webb | 15 Nov 2011

Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holdings Corp has recorded a drop in profits in the first nine months of 2011 as a result of higher raw material costs and poor weather hitting its beverages division.

Sam Webb | 4 Nov 2011

Chinese instant noodle and beverage maker Tingyi will acquire a majority stake in the China business of PepsiCo, according to Bloomberg.

Sam Webb | 4 Nov 2011

PepsiCo has sold its bottling operations in China to Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp in exchange for a stake in the noodle and soft drinks maker's business.

Sam Webb | 24 Aug 2011

Chinese food manufacturer Want Want Holdings has upped prices because of soaring raw material costs.

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Katy Askew | 14 Apr 2015

PepsiCo has honed in on a sponsorship deal with the National Basketball Association, replacing current sponsor and chief soft drinks rival The Coca Cola Co.

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