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New products - PepsiCo's Off the Eaten Path snacks roll out in Australia; Conagra Brands expands Bird Eye range with Oven Roasters; Marmite Peanut Butter from Unilever hits shelves; Bite UK teams up with Yo Sushi

25 March 2019 | just-food.com

This week's batch of new products includes PepsiCo's plant-based snacks brand Off the Eaten Path making its Australia debut and Conagra Brands extending its Birds Eye range. ... read more


EU says ready for 'no-deal' Brexit scenario

25 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

The European Commission says its has completed preparations for the eventuality that the UK leaves the trading bloc without a Brexit deal. ... read more


Nestle seeks further innovation in China with new facilities

25 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

Food and beverage giant Nestlé is backing product innovation in China with the launch of two facilities. ... read more


Freedom Foods declares itself out of Lion Drinks and Dairy race

25 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

Australia's Freedom Foods has made an announcement following speculation it might make a bid for Kirin's locally-based food and beverage unit Lion Drinks and Dairy (LDD). ... read more


Sainsbury's, Asda propose 150 store disposals as remedy to watchdog's merger concerns

22 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

Sainsbury's and Asda are proposing to sell off as many as 150 stores and a "number" of convenience outlets to satisfy watchdog's concerns. ... read more


Pilgrim's Pride names Jayson Penn as CEO to succeed Bill Lovette

22 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

US chicken heavyweight Pilgrim's Pride has appointed a new chief executive officer to replace Bill Lovette. ... read more


Valio to cut 80 jobs after completing business review

22 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

Finnish dairy co-operative Valio is to cut 80 jobs at its head office in the capital Helsinki after concluding a business review. ... read more


Mondelez partners with The Hatchery incubator

22 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

US confectionery giant Mondelez International is teaming up with The Hatchery, an incubator business for the food industry. ... read more


Great British Confectionery Group formed by Bristows merger with Crawford & Tilley

22 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

UK-based confectionery firms Bristows of Devon and R Crawford (Northern) Ltd. are being amalgamated under a new name. ... read more


Bhagat Holdings invests in Scottish plant once owned by Young's Seafood

22 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

Bhagat Holdings is taking over a manufacturing facility in Scotland previously-owned by Young's Seafood before the plant was closed last summer. ... read more


New Products - Nomad Foods takes Birds Eye into meat-free with Green Cuisine; Unilever unveils dairy-free Breyers ice cream; Nestle-owned Sweet Earth plans meatless burger; Arla launches fruit & kernels skyr in Germany

21 March 2019 | just-food.com

This week's batch of new products includes Nomad Foods taking its Birds Eye brand into the UK meat-free market and Bubs Australia entering a new category. ... read more


UK baker Carrs Foods becomes St Pierre Groupe, secures investment

21 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

Carrs Foods, the UK bakery business, has a new name and a new non-executive chairman and has attracted investment. ... read more


Feihe International 'revisits plan for Hong Kong IPO'

21 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

Infant-formula manufacturer Feihe International is reportedly revisiting plans for a public share offering in Hong Kong. ... read more


More than 200 UK jobs at risk as 2 Sisters Food Group reviews Fox's Biscuits operations

21 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

Jobs are at risk at Fox's Biscuits, the UK firm owned by 2 Sisters Food Group, as the parent company reviews manufacturing operations. ... read more


Chocolate firm Moo Free expands range with eye on Brexit

20 March 2019 | Dean Best

Moo Free, the UK chocolate maker, is adding to its range of products in a bid to bolster sales should the country's departure from the EU affect the company's export sales. ... read more


General Mills raises EPS guidance after "strong" third quarter

20 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

US consumer goods giant General Mills is confident it will meet or exceed its financial targets this year after reporting third-quarter results. ... read more


Starbucks sets up investment fund for food, retail start-ups

20 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

US-based coffee retailer Starbucks Corp. is setting up an investment fund for food and retail start-up enterprises. ... read more


Blue Apron founder launches sustainable chicken business Cooks Venture

20 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

The founder of US meal-kit firm Blue Apron has launched a "next generation" food business "rooted in regenerative agriculture". ... read more


South Africa's Sovereign Foods expands operation with hatchery deal

20 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

South African poultry processor Sovereign Foods has announced the acquisition of a facility in its domestic market. ... read more


Fonterra back in black as disposals announced

20 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

New Zealand dairy heavyweight Fonterra has seen a marked improvement in performance in the six months to 31 January and announced two non-core asset disposals. ... read more


Kroger confirms sale of Turkey Hill ice cream brand to Peak Rock Capital affiliate

20 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

US retail giant Kroger has reached an agreement to sell its ice cream business Turkey Hill to an affiliate of a private equity firm. ... read more


Sainsbury's and Asda commit to price cuts and fast supplier payments in bid to save merger

19 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

UK 'big four' supermarkets Sainsbury's and Asda have proposed measures which they hope will rescue their planned merger after criticism from the country's competition watchdog. ... read more


Nestle enters UHT liquid milk market in Argentina with new production line

19 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

Nestlé is entering the liquid milk market in Argentina with plans to produce value-added products from a new production line. ... read more


Jack Link's prepares marketing push in UK

19 March 2019 | Dean Best

Jack Link's, the US-based meat-snacks supplier, is set to embark on a marketing offensive in a major European market. ... read more


Fonterra 'could sell South American assets'

19 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has been tipped to sell more assets in a media report emanating from its home market. ... read more


US firm Vegan Rob’s eyes UK entry

19 March 2019 | Dean Best

Vegan Rob's, the US vegan firm set up by Pirate's Booty founder Rob Ehrlich, is preparing to enter another market. ... read more


Chobani unveils newest entrants for spring incubator programme

18 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

Greek-style yogurt business Chobani has unveiled the newest eight entrants to its spring incubator programme. ... read more


Coca-Cola Amatil shuts down Lion Dairy speculation

18 March 2019 | Lucy Britner

Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) has commented on speculation linking it to the purchase of Kirin's Australia-based food and beverage unit. ... read more


CP Foods links up with restaurant group Legal Sea Foods in US co-packing deal

18 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

Thailand-based food heavyweight Charoen Pokphand Foods (CP Foods) has forged a co-packing deal with a US-based restaurant group. ... read more


New Zealand's Westland Dairy to be sold to Yili subsidiary

18 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

Westland Dairy, New Zealand's second-largest dairy cooperative, announced it has signed a conditional agreement for its sale. ... read more


UK food body critical over Brexit-related timing of government's obesity consultation

18 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

A consultation process over junk food advertising in the UK has been criticised by the country's representative body for the food and drink industry, but not for its content. ... read more


JBS and Pilgrim's Pride executives face US trial over Moy Park deal

18 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

A judge in the US state of Delaware has ruled that executives from Brazilian meat giant JBS and its American subsidiary Pilgrim's Pride must face trial over a deal in 2017. ... read more


Orkla begins search for CEO as Peter Ruzicka plans to step down

18 March 2019 | Simon Harvey

Norwegian food company Orkla has announced its chief executive and president Peter Ruzicka will step down in May. ... read more


Samworth Brothers gets OK for bakery subsidiary's expansion

15 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

UK food group Samworth Brothers has won permission to extend one of its facilities in the English Midlands. ... read more


Germany's Pfeifer & Langen invests in plant-based food specialist Amidori

15 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

German plant-based food firm Amidori, which has been seeking a partner to help it scale-up, has sold a majority stake in the business. ... read more


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