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VBites takes vegan schnitzel to Austria 11 Sep 2017

UK vegan food producer VBites is entering three central European markets for the first time after securing a deal with retailer Hofer, a subsidiary of German value supermarket chain Aldi.


Bell to start salads plant construction in Austria 5 Sep 2017

Bell Food Group is to start the construction of a salads plant in Austria this month in a bid to meet growing demand.


Katjes International invests in Austrian confectioner Josef Manner 19 Jun 2017

Germany-based confectionery company Katjes International has snapped up a 5.7% stake in Austrian wafer maker Josef Manner from Polish confectionery firm Wawel.


Cereal Partners Worldwide repositions Fitness brand 11 May 2017

Health instead of body shape is the new focus for Cereal Partners Worldwide in the rebranding one of the venture's cereal brands, Fitness.


Bahlsen offloads Austrian rusk brand Feldbacher Zwieback to local firm Brandt 28 Mar 2017

German snacks group Bahlsen has sold Austrian rusk brand Feldbacher Zwieback to local firm Brandt Zwieback-Schokoladen.


Nestle to close plant in Austria 7 Mar 2017

Nestle today (7 March) announced plans to shut a factory in the Austrian city of Linz.


The Saucy Fish Co. dips into Austrian market 1 Aug 2016

Icelandic Seachill's The Saucy Fish Co. brand is being made available in Austria for the first time this month, in a move the company said is part of a wider strategy to secure international listings.


Bell swoops for Austrian poultry firm Huber 16 Dec 2015

Switzerland-based Bell Group has struck a deal to buy Austrian poultry supplier The Huber Group.


Hain Celestial acquires plant-based foods maker Mona 24 Jul 2015

Hain Celestial has announced the acquisition of plant-based food and beverages maker Mona, which operates facilities in Germany and Austria.


Mondelez opens Milka line at Bludenz plant 24 Jul 2015

Mondelez International has opened a new production line for its Milka chocolates at its plant in Austria.

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Austria joins list countries opting out of GMOs 25 Sep 2015

Austria has become the latest country to join a growing list of European national governments who are opting out of allowing GMOs to be cultivated on their land.