President Trump's decision this week to withdraw the US from the 2015 Paris climate accord sparked criticism from some senior names in the food sector. Further south, JBS, the Brazil-based meat group that has become engulfed in allegations of corruption, announced the appointment of a new chairman who vowed to "regain the trust of our stakeholders". And J.M. Smucker looked to shore up its cooking oil business with the acquisition of a brand from US peer Conagra Brands.