Concern over food safety, one of the top priorities for food manufacturers, again grabbed the headlines this week - with the spotlight on Canada's Maple Leaf Foods. Elsewhere, retailers caught your attention, with Woolworths' plans to rebrand its supermarkets in Australia and Seven & i in Japan set to open its first discount store. Here are the top ten stories on just-food this week.

CANADA: Safety watchdog seeks source of Listeria outbreak
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is still working to trace the source of the Listeria outbreak that has caused Maple Leaf Foods to close its Toronto factory and recall more than 20 deli products.

AUS: Woolworths rebrands supermarkets
Australia's largest retailer Woolworths today (22 August) unveiled plans to rebrand and refurbish its 780-strong supermarket network across Australia and New Zealand.

UK: Nestlé under fire for candy advertising
UK consumer group Which? has criticised Nestlé over adverts linking a sporting goods giveaway with "unhealthy" sweets.

AUS/NZ: Cadbury upbeat over revamp plans
Cadbury has insisted its decision to restructure a number of its production sites in Australia and New Zealand was necessary to improve efficiency and "support the future of the business" in the two countries.

JAPAN: Seven & i plans discount stores
Seven & i Holdings plans to open a chain of discount stores called The Price, with the first store opening scheduled in Tokyo next week.

NORWAY: Norway facing organic shortage
Norway is facing the prospect of a shortage of domestic organic foods as more organic farmers leave the sector in the face of "bureaucratic" regulations, according to a report from Norsk Institutt for Landbruks Okonomisk Forskning (NILF).

Rich rewards on offer in Brazilian packaged food market
As the Brazilian economy develops, consumers are becoming increasingly sophisticated in how and what they buy. According to a new report from just-food, the growth forecast for the Brazilian packaged food market over the next five years offers huge potential for both domestic and international investors. Ben Cooper reports.

UK: Suppliers say supermarkets must fund price war
The National Union of Farmers (NFU) has said that supermarkets - not suppliers - should pay for the latest round of cuts in the UK supermarket price war.

UK: Ad watchdog raps Tesco price claims
Tesco has faced criticism from the UK's advertising standards watchdog for "misleading" consumers over adverts that compared prices at the retailer with those at rivals Asda and Morrisons.

UK: Sainsbury's opens 'green' store
UK retailer Sainsbury's opened its flagship green store in Dartmouth, Devon, this week, in a bid to reduce energy bills.