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Mixed reaction as meat giants Marfrig, BRF seek more muscle

3 June 2019 | Dean Best

Brazil-based meat giants Marfrig and BRF are to hold talks on a merger - a deal that could create one of the largest players in the sector. Market reaction, though, has been mixed. ... read more


The edible upcycling opportunity

3 June 2019 | Victor Martino

Waste is a hot issue taxing minds in food-industry boardrooms. US columnist Victor Martino digs into the growing interest in upcycling - turning food waste into products. ... read more


UK biscuits category deep-dive, part two - riding demand for health ... and indulgence

31 May 2019 | Andy Coyne

In the second part of a two-part feature examining the UK sweet biscuits category, Andy Coyne looks at how manufacturers are positioning themselves for future growth. ... read more


UK biscuits category deep-dive, part one - crunch time

30 May 2019 | Andy Coyne

In the first part of a two-part feature, Andy Coyne examines the state of play in the UK sweet biscuits category after a challenging 2018.  ... read more


How should SMEs approach an export strategy?

22 May 2019 | Simon Harvey

For many small- and medium-sized enterprises, breaking into overseas markets is a Herculean task. Simon Harvey takes a look at the priorities.  ... read more


What are the prospects for cultured meat?

16 May 2019 | Joe Baker

Cultured meat – also known as 'clean meat' or 'slaughter-free meat' – is gaining traction. But challenges remain on scaling up operations and marketing this alternative to meat. ... read more


Why sustainability matters for every CPG company

15 May 2019 | Victor Martino

After a study from NYU Stern and IRI, just-food's US columnist Victor Martino looks at the building business case for sustainability. ... read more


How food companies can make the most of longer lives

10 May 2019 | Ben Cooper

The food industry has been ponderous in responding to the ageing global population. How can food companies effectively meet the needs of the growing ranks of older consumers? ... read more


What drives China's growing appetite for biscuits?

7 May 2019 | Peter Peverelli

In his latest dispatch from China, just-food columnist Peter Peverelli unpicks the growing demand for biscuits in the country. ... read more


M&A as shortcut for Big Food's innovation

3 May 2019 | Simon Creasey

Large players are buying niche brands, short-cutting R&D and buying immediate share. We discuss why and how M&A is part of Big Food's innovation. ... read more


The preparation game - how can SME food businesses attract a buyer?

25 April 2019 | Andy Coyne

Big Food is increasingly looking to acquire innovative SMEs operating in fast-growth categories but what does a small business need to do to attract a buyer? Andy Coyne reports. ... read more


Is the tide already turning for Kraft Heinz before new chief Miguel Patricio sails in?

24 April 2019 | Simon Harvey

With the surprise announcement of a new chief at US food major Kraft Heinz, Simon Harvey looks at what Miguel Patricio might bring to the table. ... read more


How can food companies connect with Generation Z? - just-food FUTURES Vol.6

23 April 2019 | Lucy Britner

just-food's FUTURES service presents its latest free-to-read analysis, with Lucy Britner setting out how food companies should best market and sell to Generation Z. ... read more


How could 3D printing shape food innovation?

18 April 2019 | Deborah Williams

3D printing could prove a transformative technology, from meal customisation to aiding with dietary requirements. We explore the current tech and what it might mean for the market. ... read more


How to grow legacy brands

17 April 2019 | Victor Martino

Big Food still rules the roost in most product categories but legacy brand growth has stalled. Our US correspondent Victor Martino looks at how they can get their mojo back. ... read more


What does the future hold for Wessanen under private ownership?

12 April 2019 | Simon Harvey

European food business Wessanen has opted to go private after accepting a takeover offer from a consortium of investors. Simon Harvey speaks with analysts to gauge the reaction.  ... read more


German dairy sector deep-dive, part two - plotting the future

11 April 2019 | Andy Coyne

In the second part of a two-part feature examining the German dairy sector, Andy Coyne looks at the strategies companies there are employing as they search for growth.  ... read more


German dairy sector deep-dive, part one - seeking green shoots in mature market

10 April 2019 | Andy Coyne

In the first part of a two-part feature looking at the German dairy sector, Andy Coyne focuses on the make-up of the market and the pressures weighing on its growth prospects. ... read more


How bread is riding the changing breakfast market in China

2 April 2019 | Peter Peverelli

just-food's China columnist Peter Peverelli illustrates how the more rapid pace of life in China is shaking up the nation's breakfast habits. ... read more


How to use packaging to beat FMCG's counterfeiters

27 March 2019 | Matthew Rogerson

Identifying the right pack to beat counterfeiting is vital for FMCG. We identify weaknesses in the packaging supply chain and how tech can shape anti-counterfeiting solutions. ... read more


What's the outlook for smart technology in food and drink - just-food FUTURES, volume 5

18 March 2019 | Victor Martino

As consumers become more tech-savvy, smart technology in the home, shop and production facility will continue to change the way we manufacture, order, cook and store food. ... read more


What could further fuel India's appetite for potato chips? - just-food deep-dive, part two

15 March 2019 | Raghavendra Verma

India's market for potato chips is buoyant - but what could drive further growth? The second part of Raghavendra Verma's deep dive into the category outlines possible factors. ... read more


How consumers are making sustainability a growth opportunity

14 March 2019 | Ben Cooper

We examine the commercial opportunities conscious consumerism represents and the link between a company's sustainability profile and its ability to capitalise. ... read more


What's the state of play in India's potato chips market? - just-food deep-dive, part one

13 March 2019 | Raghavendra Verma

India's appetite for potato chips is growing rapidly - with some major players building a nationwide presence to cater to rising demand, Raghavendra Verma reports. ... read more


Saputo marks European return with move for likely target Dairy Crest - analysis

1 March 2019 | Dean Best

Saputo, one of the world's top-ten dairy companies, is set to return to Europe after a six-year absence with the acquisition of UK firm Dairy Crest. We weigh up the move. ... read more


What change could be on the way at Premier Foods?

1 March 2019 | Andy Coyne

Analysts who follow Premier Foods are attempting to interpret what the UK manufacturer's "review of strategic options", announced this week, means for the future of the business. ... read more


What consumer trends are shaping India's foodservice growth?

27 February 2019 | Mini Pant Zachariah

India has an expanding foodservice market but how can manufacturers doing business in the country harness that growth? Mini Pant Zachariah reports back from India Food Forum 2019. ... read more


How to exploit India appetite for overseas foods

26 February 2019 | Mini Pant Zachariah

India offers a potential opportunity for overseas firms, with a rising middle class showing a growing appetite for foreign fare, although businesses need to tread carefully. ... read more


What is the outlook for the CBD consumables market in the US?

25 February 2019 | Victor Martino

More foods containing cannabidiol, the cannabis compound that doesn't get you high, are being launched in the US. Demand is rising. How could the CBD consumables market develop? ... read more


CAGNY 2019 - Kellogg looks to growth after years of decline

21 February 2019 | Simon Harvey

Kellogg is among the major food manufacturers addressing the CAGNY investment conference this week and Simon Harvey reflects on the US giant's presentation.  ... read more


CAGNY 2019 - General Mills' focus remains on organic growth struggle

20 February 2019 | Simon Harvey

US food giant General Mills this week presented its latest thoughts on its business strategy at the CAGNY investment conference. Simon Harvey listened in. ... read more


Danone's 2018 results and 2019 outlook - the five things to learn

19 February 2019 | Dean Best

Danone has booked solid 2018 results and outlined plans for the year ahead. Here's what you need to know from today's announcement and analyst call. ... read more


Will biodiversity become the new organic?

18 February 2019 | Victor Martino

There are signs more actors in the food system are focusing more on biodiversity to try to make their businesses more sustainable. just-food's US columnist Victor Martino explores. ... read more


Nestle's new strategy pays dividends as organic growth bucks trend

15 February 2019 | Simon Harvey

Nestlé announced a positive set of annual results on Thursday (14 February) as the company refocuses its business. Simon Harvey takes a look.  ... read more


The future of personalised nutrition - just-food FUTURES vol. 4

13 February 2019 | Lucy Britner

Consumers are starting to consider their genetic make-up to determine what they should eat and drink. just-food FUTURES surveys the outlook for personalised nutrition. ... read more


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