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Are we heading for a plastic-free world? - just-food FUTURES analysis

18 January 2019 | Rachel England

What should food companies do to align themselves with the growing concern over plastic? Will the industry ever do away with plastic completely? Our FUTURES service explores. ... read more

No-deal Brexit - what would trading under WTO rules mean for the UK, EU food industries?

17 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne looks at the possibility of a no-deal Brexit and at what food exporters and importers could expect from operating under World Trade Organization rules. ... read more

Eyeing alternatives - meat companies with stakes in meat-free

16 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

With plant-based products growing in popularity and investment in lab-created products on the rise, we present a guide on how meat manufacturers are investing in the area. ... read more

Big Food's stake in the future - in-house venture-capital funds 

16 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

just-food presents a guide to some of the main in-house venture capital funds operated by major food businesses.  ... read more

Why direct-to-consumer will become imperative for food companies

10 January 2019 | Victor Martino

just-food's US columnist Victor Martino set outs why food companies should be looking to build a direct-to-consumer business. ... read more

Hatching new ideas - Big Food's incubator and accelerator programmes

9 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

Our guide to some of the main incubators and accelerators operated by major food manufacturers as they look to tap into some of the consumer trends shaping demand. ... read more

Food M&A rises again in 2018, albeit at slower pace - data

9 January 2019 | Dean Best

just-food's index of M&A in the packaged food sector highlights the volume of deals being announced, as company strategists look to gain an edge on their competition. ... read more

Global brands to see stiffer competition in China's chocolate market

8 January 2019 | Peter Peverelli

The consumption of chocolate in China continues to rise, offering opportunities for international manufacturers - but also for ambitious domestic players, Peter Peverelli writes. ... read more

What could drive food M&A in 2019?

3 January 2019 | Dean Best

2018 looks set to be a year in which M&A activity in the food industry intensified. What could shape the sector's deal-making in 2019? Dean Best reports. ... read more

From traceability to Trump - predicting the US food mega-trends of 2019

3 January 2019 | Victor Martino

2018 was a year of dynamism and change in the US food industry and 2019 looks like being no different, writes Victor Martino. ... read more

What an e-commerce strategy in 2019 must include

3 January 2019 | Andrew Pearl, Profitero

E-commerce analytics firm Profitero sets out what food manufacturers need to consider as they plot how to grow in the e-commerce arena next year. ... read more

What will top food sustainability agenda in 2019?

3 January 2019 | Ben Cooper

As part of just-food's 2019 outlook series, Ben Cooper identifies the sustainability hotspots and trends for the food sector in the next year. ... read more

With Brexit looming, what trends will drive UK food in 2019?

2 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

The food industry trends that experts believe we will see in the UK in 2019 reflect concerns across a number of issues, writes Andy Coyne. ... read more

The eight global foodservice trends to capture in 2019

2 January 2019 | David Henkes, Technomic

David Henkes, advisory group senior principal at global foodservice consultants Technomic, sets out the consumer trends he believes will drive growth in the channel in 2019. ... read more

2018 - The year in food industry M&A

19 December 2018 | Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne looks at significant transactions and emerging themes in merger, acquisition and investment activity in the global food sector during 2018. ... read more

Heading for an all-time high - FUTURES surveys the prospects for cannabis-infused food and drink products

14 December 2018 | Richard Woodard

The latest issue of just-food's FUTURES series of reports looks at the rapid rise of the use of cannabis in food and drinks products. ... read more

Candy crushed - are Europe's confectioners failing to hit sales sweet spot?

13 December 2018 | Olly Abotorabi, IRI

Confectionery sales are under pressure in Europe. How, IRI's Olly Abotorabi asks, can manufacturers revitalise the category? ... read more

The great repositioning of instant noodles in China

13 December 2018 | Peter Peverelli

China may be the world's largest market for instant noodles but sales have stuttered in recent years. How have manufacturers reacted and what could lie ahead? ... read more

Does Campbell Soup Co.'s growth strategy make sense?

12 December 2018 | Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne looks at Campbell Soup Co.'s future growth strategy and asks whether it is a plan of counter-intuitive genius or simply wrong-headed? ... read more

Can a climate label for food work?

12 December 2018 | David Burrows

A decade ago, a few companies looked to label a product's carbon footprint. The concept never took off. If revisited, just-food asks, would the idea now gain traction? ... read more

Unilever's 2018 investor day - six things to learn

11 December 2018 | Dean Best

Last week, Unilever's senior management was in the Indian city of Mumbai for the company's annual investor day. just-food presents what you need to know from the two-day event. ... read more

Riding US frozen food's "fourth wave"

11 December 2018 | Victor Martino

In the US, frozen food is back – and it's riding on a new wave of innovation. Victor Martino documents what he calls the "fourth wave" of frozen food Stateside. ... read more

Why did Unilever buy GSK's Horlicks-led assets?

10 December 2018 | Dean Best

Some question the future of Unilever's presence in food and drinks. Why did the FMCG giant snap up GSK's consumer-nutrition assets, at the centre of which was Horlicks? ... read more

US meat snacks category deep-dive, part two - a healthy outlook

6 December 2018 | Andy Coyne

In part two of this feature, Andy Coyne looks at how Big Food has reacted to disruption in the US beef jerky category and at the prospects for the wider meat snacks market. ... read more

November M&A deal volumes dip but still fuel 2018 growth - data

6 December 2018 | Dean Best

As strategists look to M&A to gain an edge on the competition, just-food's index of mergers and acquisitions in the packaged food sector monitors activity each month. ... read more

US meat snacks category deep-dive, part one - from gas station to gourmet  

5 December 2018 | Andy Coyne

With a reputation as a gas station snack beloved by truckers, beef jerky has enjoyed a certain rugged, masculine, blue-collar image but things are changing rapidly. ... read more

Can food multinationals enjoy benefits of scale and be more local?

4 December 2018 | Simon Creasey

Some major food multinationals want to realise the benefits of getting closer to the consumer - but without losing the benefits of having scale. Can that be achieved? ... read more

What could feature on to-do list of new Unilever CEO Alan Jope?

30 November 2018 | Dean Best

Paul Polman's departure from Unilever will mark the exit of one of the food sector's most high-profile CEOs. But how could his successor Alan Jope shape the FMCG giant? ... read more

Focus turns to US soup at Campbell in flux

21 November 2018 | Dean Best

With Campbell Soup Co. looking to offload assets, its US soup arm will grow even more in importance, writes Dean Best. ... read more

Tackling the plastic peril through dialogue and data

19 November 2018 | Olly Abotorabi, IRI

IRI's Olly Abotorabi argues manufacturers and grocers need to work together - through analysing data - to solve one of the big sustainability issues facing the sector. ... read more

What is the future of autonomous delivery in food?

16 November 2018 | Lucy Britner

just-food's new FUTURES service looks in-depth at how the fledgling area of autonomous delivery of food products could take shape. ... read more

How Premier Foods CEO Gavin Darby is leaving to mixed reaction

15 November 2018 | Simon Harvey

Gavin Darby has proved a controversial chief executive and some in the investment community will cheer his exit from Premier Foods. Others will argue progress was made at the UK firm during his tenure. ... read more

Why Nestle is seen at front of pack in Horlicks race

6 November 2018 | Dean Best

Some major names in the food and drinks industries are said to have eyed up the GlaxoSmithKline assets under review - at the centre of which is the Horlicks brand in India. Which suitor could win out?  ... read more

October matches 2018 high for food M&A - data

2 November 2018 | Dean Best

As food companies look to M&A to gain an edge, just-food's index of deals in the international packaged food sector outlines the volume of deals being announced each month. ... read more

German vegan-food market deep-dive, part two - how a mainstream category could shape up  

25 October 2018 | Andy Coyne

In the first part of a two-part feature yesterday, Andy Coyne looked at the growth of the German packaged vegan food market. Today, we weigh up the outlook for the category. ... read more