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Croatia meat group Braca Pivac plans takeover of confectioner Kras

13 September 2019 | Dean Best

Kras, the Croatia-listed confectionery group, is set to receive a takeover bid from its largest shareholder. ... read more


Aviko to add to french fry capabilities in Belgium with new plant

13 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

Aviko, the Netherlands-based french fries and potato products maker, plans to build another plant in Belgium. ... read more


No-deal Brexit will "inevitably" create fresh food shortages - Sainsbury's boss

13 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

The CEO of UK 'big four' supermarket Sainsbury's has given his opinion on what a UK departure from the European Union without a trade deal in place will mean for food supplies.  ... read more


Israel food major Tnuva backs new foodtech incubator

13 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

Tnuva, Israel's largest food manufacturer, is one of the names behind a new foodtech initiative in its home market. ... read more


New products - Danone's Oikos dairy drinks; Clonakilty veg 'puddings'; Hershey's One Brands enters plant-based; Kraft Heinz's Primal Kitchen enters pasta sauces; Arla Explorers

13 September 2019 | just-food.com

This week's batch of notable new product launches includes plant-based sausages from Kerry Group's Richmond brand and a veg ketchup from Kraft Heinz. ... read more


Germany's Mamminger opens vegetable processing plant in Serbia

12 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

Germany-based vegetable processor Mamminger Konserven has opened a facility in Serbia following a multi-million euro investment.  ... read more


Trump delays October tariff hike by two weeks

12 September 2019 | Beth Wright

The ongoing tariff saga between the US and China continues, with Donald Trump agreeing to delay the next tariff increase on US$250bn worth of Chinese imports by two weeks. ... read more


Nestle lays down target for zero net greenhouse gas emissions

12 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

Nestlé, the Swiss food heavyweight with brands such a KitKat chocolate, has set out a new target to cut net greenhouse gas emissions to zero.  ... read more


Canadian fruit and veg business Islands West snapped up by PE firm HKW

12 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

Islands West, a family-owned wholesaler of produce, processed fruits, dried spices, and fresh-cut vegetables based in Canada, has been acquired by a US private-equity firm. ... read more


France's Euralis appoints Philippe Saux to CEO role 

12 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

French agri-food cooperative Euralis has appointed a new chief executive officer and a new deputy CEO as part of reorganisation plans. ... read more


StarKist ordered to pay $100m fine in price-fixing case

12 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

StarKist Co., the US-based seafood unit of South Korea's Dungwon Group, has been ordered to pay a US$100m fine for its role in a price-fixing conspiracy.  ... read more


Israel-based 3D printer protein firm Redefine Meat backed by PHW-Gruppe

12 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

Israel's Redefine Meat, a start-up which has developed 3D plant-based 'meat' printing technology, has received funding from a consortium including a major European meat business. ... read more


Conagra sells snacks assets to Utz Quality Foods

12 September 2019 | Dean Best

Conagra Brands has offloaded snacks assets the US manufacturer took on through its acquisition of local peer Pinnacle Foods last year. ... read more


Arla Foods to help further develop sustainable dairy industry in Nigeria

12 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

European dairy cooperative Arla Foods has entered a commitment to help further develop a sustainable dairy industry in Nigeria.  ... read more


UK government's worst-case scenario for no-deal Brexit reveals fresh food supply fears

12 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

The UK government has released a document outlining the worst-case scenario in the event of a no-deal Brexit, which includes assumptions relating to food supply. ... read more


India regulator postpones traffic-light labels implementation amid opposition

12 September 2019 | Raghavendra Verma

India's draft regulations for traffic-light labelling on packaged foods have been postponed amid industry opposition. ... read more


Mike Barkley new CEO at US snacks firm Kind as founder Daniel Lubetzky moves upstairs

11 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

New York-based snacks business Kind has carried out a leadership level shake-up that sees the appointment of a new CEO. ... read more


Parlevliet & Van der Plas nets stake in Dutch seafood peer Platvis Holland

11 September 2019 | Dean Best

Netherlands-based seafood processor Parlevliet & Van der Plas has scooped up a shareholding in a fellow Dutch business. ... read more


Australia's FFI to sell assets of meat processing arm Tradition Smallgoods

11 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

FFI Holdings, the Australia-based food company, has entered into an agreement to sell the business assets of its meat processing arm. ... read more


Arla's Castello cream cheeses shipped to Australia via new 'supercooled' tool

11 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

European dairy cooperative Arla Foods has launched a cream cheese in Australia under its Castello brand utilising its "supercooled" shipping technology.  ... read more


US yogurt firm Nounos Creamery eyes expansion after investment win

11 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

US yogurt business Nounós Creamery has secured investment from a consortium led by venture capital fund AccelFoods. ... read more


Fonterra said to be considering shedding staff

11 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

Reports in the New Zealand media suggest the embattled Kiwi dairy business Fonterra is planning to take action that will impact employee numbers.  ... read more


Science in Sport names James Simpson as CFO to replace Elizabeth Lake

11 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

Science in Sport, a London-based manufacturer of nutrition products for athletes and gym goers, has appointed a new finance chief to replace the departed Elizabeth Lake. ... read more


Olive-oil group Deoleo creates senior exec roles

10 September 2019 | Dean Best

Deoleo, the international olive-oil supplier, has made changes to its senior management, including the creation of a role of chief marketing and innovation officer. ... read more


Kraft Heinz leads seed funding of animal-free cheese firm New Culture

10 September 2019 | Dean Best

Kraft Heinz, home to Kraft cheese, is to put money into a US firm developing "animal-free" varieties of the dairy product. ... read more


Irish frozen-food firm Strong Roots gets private-equity backing

10 September 2019 | Dean Best

Strong Roots, the Ireland-based frozen-food supplier that has built a presence on both sides of the Atlantic, has secured investment from a US private-equity firm. ... read more


Associated British Foods snaps up US baker Anthony's Goods

10 September 2019 | Dean Best

Associated British Foods has acquired a fledgling US supplier of bakery products from almond flour to coconut oil. ... read more


US sweet baked goods firm Cafe Valley bought by PE firm Swander Pace Capital

10 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

US sweet baked goods firm Café Valley has been acquired by a local private-equity firm for an undisclosed sum.  ... read more


Indian snacks firm DFM Foods changes hands as majority stake acquired

10 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

The owners of DFM Foods, the India-based snacks firm, have sold a majority stake in the business to a US private-equity firm. ... read more


Keytone Dairy promotes Danny Rotman to CEO as James Gong shifts to subsidiary role

10 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

Keytone Dairy, the New Zealand-based milk-powder maker, is shifting chief executive James Gong over to one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries Omniblend. ... read more


UK's Snaffling Pig seeks to raise cash to aid expansion plans

10 September 2019 | Andy Coyne

UK meat snacks business Snaffling Pig has launched a cash-raising initiative to help fund its next phase of growth. ... read more


Wells Enterprises reaches deal to acquire Halo Top ice cream

10 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

Halo Top, the US ice-cream brand that has shaken up the category on both sides of the Atlantic with its low-calorie fare, has a new owner. ... read more


Danone-backed meat-analogue business Sustainable Bioproducts eyes launch

9 September 2019 | Sophie Kevany

US company Sustainable Bioproducts is eyeing the launch next year of the world's first faux meat grown from microbes discovered in a volcano. ... read more


China "our number one priority", meat-free firm Impossible Foods says

9 September 2019 | Dean Best

The CEO of Impossible Foods has outlined the US meat-alternatives supplier's top priority when it comes to international markets. ... read more


TreeHouse Foods appoints former Hershey executive Amit Philip as chief strategy officer

9 September 2019 | Simon Harvey

TreeHouse Foods, the largest private-label manufacturer in the US, has appointed a former Hershey executive as chief strategy officer. ... read more


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