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"Premium and convenience are the areas where we operate best" – St Pierre Groupe's Paul Baker on offering indulgence in the bakery aisle

23 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

Paul Baker, co-founder of St Pierre Groupe, tells Andy Coyne about the UK bakery business' US strategy, how it has coped with Covid and how convenience is shaping its future. ... read more


Why US premium pet food category is thriving during the pandemic

18 February 2021 | Victor Martino

just-food's US columnist Victor Martino reflects on how Covid-19 could have a lasting effect on the US pet food market. ... read more


Hormel goes nuts for new asset Planters

12 February 2021 | Dean Best

Hormel Foods has bought Kraft Heinz's Planters snacks arm. Paying more than $3bn for the assets, it's the largest deal in upbeat Hormel's history. Market reaction was more muted. ... read more


How China presents opportunity for pet-food majors

8 February 2021 | Peter Peverelli

In his latest column, just-food's China market correspondent Peter Peverelli digs into the country's growing pet-food market. ... read more


Plant-based fightback over EU product names puts dairy industry in spotlight

1 February 2021 | GlobalData Consumer

The fierce debate over how to label plant-based dairy products in the EU has returned to the fore, with dairy-alternative players not mincing their words, GlobalData Consumer says. ... read more


Kerry's consumer exit may need more than one deal

29 January 2021 | Dean Best

Speculation has continued about Kerry Group's future in consumer foods. With the Irish company's consumer assets spread across categories, an exit may take multiple transactions. ... read more


Five categories to thrive in new normal for US packaged food

26 January 2021 | Victor Martino

just-food's US columnist Victor Martino sets out five areas he believes will thrive in the country's packaged-food market in the wake of Covid-19. ... read more


How food companies are singling out China's singles

12 January 2021 | Peter Peverelli

The growing number of Chinese who live alone has started to draw the attention of food manufacturers, which are tailoring products to the country's singles. ... read more


Rising US food prices create more pain for cash-strapped consumers

7 January 2021 | GlobalData Consumer

US consumers are facing the pinch on food prices and manufacturers will have to react to the changes in shopping habits that will result, GlobalData Consumer writes ... read more


Mondelez's M&A strategists continue health kick

5 January 2021 | Dean Best

The US giant has bought another healthier snacks firm and, although these types of deals tend to be of smaller brands, it's right to react to evolving consumer trends through M&A. ... read more


Why Mondelez’s new carbon-neutral brand can appeal to consumers

18 December 2020 | GlobalData Consumer

Mondelez International has a released a carbon-neutral cracker brand and GlobalData Consumer suggests its recent surveys indicate there could be a ready market for the product. ... read more


Under the cloud of Covid-19, the US food industry must follow these five collective actions in 2021

17 December 2020 | Victor Martino

just-food's Stateside columnist Victor Martino has put forward five actions the industry should follow during what looks set to be another year shaped by Covid-19. ... read more


Tyson move shows problems with meat-plant hybrid 'blends'

10 December 2020 | GlobalData Consumer

Successfully selling meat-plant hybrids to consumers looking to reduce their meat intake may be a difficult sell, GlobalData Consumer argues. ... read more


The trends to watch in China in 2021

4 December 2020 | Peter Peverelli

What trends and product categories could be the ones to watch in China in 2021? just-food's Peter Peverelli offers us a flavour of what to keep an eye on next year? ... read more


Singapore approval good news but cell-based meat still has way to go

3 December 2020 | Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne asks whether the Singapore regulator's approval of the sale of cell-based meat has brought the prospect of seeing such produce on supermarket shelves any nearer? ... read more


How Covid-19 is boosting millennial interest in vitamins

27 November 2020 | GlobalData Consumer

Covid-19 has prioritised health in the minds of consumers worldwide and is proving a factor in the growing interest in vitamins – especially among relatively young consumers. ... read more


US food must be proactive as Biden eyes climate, health agenda

24 November 2020 | Victor Martino

As President Trump accepts a transition should begin for President-elect Biden to take office, we look at what the new administration could mean for the country's food sector. ... read more


Unilever moves to capture growing consumer interest in plant-based

20 November 2020 | GlobalData Consumer

Unilever is looking to further tap into consumers' interest in plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy products – which has intensified during Covid-19, GlobalData writes. ... read more


Food that makes you better – a Chinese tradition with modern twist

30 October 2020 | Peter Peverelli

Covid-19 has increased interest among China's consumers for functional food and the country's domestic manufacturers have reacted. How can international suppliers capitalise? ... read more


EU vote on plant-based names highlights dairy industry insecurity

28 October 2020 | GlobalData Consumer

The European Parliament's curbs on plant-based naming conventions says a lot about the dairy industry's political influence but the tide cannot be turned back, GlobalData argues. ... read more


How to keep the heat under US frozen-food sales

26 October 2020 | Victor Martino

just-food's US columnist Victor Martino looks at how frozen-food manufacturers and brand-owners can continue to drive sales in the wake of the pandemic. ... read more


Danone's Alpro goals throw down progressive gauntlet

22 October 2020 | GlobalData Consumer

Danone is upping its investment in efforts to improve the sustainability of its operations and some of the latest measures focus on Alpro, its flagship European dairy-free brand. ... read more


Cheese giant Bel's bold plant-based bid

18 October 2020 | Dean Best

Cheese giant Bel has issued more detail on its plant-based plans – and, as Dean Best reports, could give the fledgling market for cheese alternatives a shot in the arm. ... read more


Covid-19 – India food groups talk trading as virus volatility persists

8 October 2020 | Raghavendra Verma

India is among the countries worst hit and, in a market where retail is dominated by traditional outlets, trading can remain tough. ... read more


Overseas brands ineffective as China's soup market comes to boil

28 September 2020 | Peter Peverelli

Soup has been a core element in Chinese cuisine and still is – even if consumers now have less time to cook. Interest in convenient options is growing. How can suppliers prosper? ... read more


Can Canadian grocers and suppliers reach detente?

23 September 2020 | Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne looks at the row between Canadian grocers and food manufacturers over fees and examines whether there is any likelihood of a mutually-acceptable solution being found. ... read more


How US brands can exploit shift to at-home consumption

21 September 2020 | Victor Martino

After years of gains for foodservice in the US, Covid-19 has boosted demand for food to eat at-home. How can packaged-food companies protect those gains longer term? ... read more


Aryzta's options in wake of investor battle

18 September 2020 | Simon Harvey

Aryzta's two-largest investors came up trumps on Wednesday, with Urs Jordi, their pick as the embattled baker's chairman, elected. But what next for the business? ... read more


Cocoa partnership puts aside failures with bold new aims on child labour

9 September 2020 | Ben Cooper

Attempts to tackle child labour in cocoa have over-promised and under-delivered. Could a new plan from multi-stakeholder body International Cocoa Initiative be different? ... read more


Blackstone's Oatly backing may unsettle some but there are benefits

4 September 2020 | Dean Best

Dairy-alternative darling Oatly has faced criticism for accepting investment from Blackstone – but those who want a more sustainable food system should see the advantages. ... read more


Backing Marcus Rashford's food poverty campaign must be about more than catching stardust

4 September 2020 | Ben Cooper

Food groups are keen to support footballer Marcus Rashford in the food poverty debate but that endorsement will backfire if not reflected in companies' future actions. ... read more


Food feels impact of China-Australia tensions

31 August 2020 | Dean Best

What started in technology and was further fuelled by Covid-19 is now starting to impact Australia's agri-food sector, Dean Best writes. ... read more


Why China's declining canned-food market still offers opportunities

26 August 2020 | Peter Peverelli

China's canned-food market is set to decline in 2020 but just-food's columnist Peter Peverelli sets out how suppliers can still find pockets of growth. ... read more


Expect more beef as Lightlife seeks plant-based high ground

26 August 2020 | Dean Best

Lightlife's war of words with Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods is another sign meat-free is now mainstream – and has brands battling it out as their peers have done in the past. ... read more


Five imperatives for US food start-ups in the new normal

18 August 2020 | Victor Martino

The disruptor has become the disrupted. Covid-19 has given Big Food a boost and caused caution among US investors and retailers. How should start-ups react? ... read more


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