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Predicting the unpredictable – operating in the UK in 2021

2 December 2020 | Andy Coyne

Covid-19 and Brexit are the backdrop for what looks set to be a challenging year for those operating in the UK. Andy Coyne reports. ... read more


Kind strikes deal to buy snack-bar firm Nature's Bakery

2 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

Snack bar firm Kind has announced an agreement to acquire a fellow better-for-you snacks business in the US. ... read more


How could food industry M&A take shape in 2021?

2 December 2020 | Dean Best

We speak to four experienced M&A advisers about how they expect deal-making in the packaged-food industry to take shape in 2021. ... read more


Singapore gives green light to cell-based meat

2 December 2020 | Andy Coyne

Singapore has given the all-clear for meat created in a laboratory to be sold there, it has been revealed. ... read more


Infarm secures deal with Sumitomo for vertical farms in Japanese stores

2 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

Infarm, one of the largest players in the vertical-farming sector, has expanded its presence in a key Asian market. ... read more


Mexico's Grupo Lala to exit Costa Rica

2 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

Mexican dairy business Grupo Lala plans to exit a market in Central America later this month to focus on more profitable areas. ... read more


Gathered Foods' Good Catch brand enters Spain, Netherlands

2 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

Gathered Foods, the New York-based alternative seafood business, has taken its Good Catch brand into two new European markets. ... read more


Hershey hits back in African cocoa sustainability scheme row

2 December 2020 | Andy Coyne

US confectionery major Hershey has responded after West African countries Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire cancelled cocoa sustainability schemes run by the company. ... read more


Unilever to trial four-day working week in New Zealand

2 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

Consumer goods giant Unilever has launched a project that may lay the groundwork for a shorter working week across the business. ... read more


India's LT Foods adds new packing lines at Netherlands plant

1 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

India-based rice producer LT Foods has invested in a plant in Europe as it seeks to bolster growth in the region. ... read more


Why there'll be no return to business as usual for global food industry in 2021

1 December 2020 | Ben Cooper

We reflect on the sustainability issues facing the industry in 2021. Might there be a shift in how long-standing challenges facing the global food system are addressed? ... read more


Orkla snaps up UK ice cream business Gortrush Trading

1 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

Norway-based food group Orkla has expanded its ice cream ingredients business through M&A in a key European market. ... read more


Sweden's Midsona plans plant-based hub in Spain

1 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

Swedish food firm Midsona has started an investment project to increase its presence in the plant-based category. ... read more


Kellogg eyes end of RXBar business in UK

1 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

US cereal giant Kellogg plans to end the manufacturing and sales in the UK of a snack bar brand launched in the country two years ago. ... read more


Trading through Covid-19 and beyond, daily food industry updates – Tuesday 1 December (free to read)

1 December 2020 | just-food.com

Daily updates on how Covid-19 is affecting the world's packaged food sector – and how executives see the market and consumer behaviour taking shape in the months ahead. ... read more


Germany's DMK Group expands cheese presence in Russia

1 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

DMK Group, Germany's largest dairy cooperative, is building a second cheese facility in a growing emerging market. ... read more


Union calls for mass testing at Bakkavor UK site after Covid outbreak

1 December 2020 | Andy Coyne

The GMB trade union has called on private-label major Bakkavor to introduce mass Covid-19 testing at a facility in southern England after an outbreak of Covid-19.  ... read more


Troy Foods expands vegetable capacity with new UK plant

1 December 2020 | Simon Harvey

Troy Foods, a UK-based fresh produce supplier, has completed construction of a new vegetables plant in the north of England. ... read more


Danish Crown outlines investment projects

30 November 2020 | Simon Harvey

Pork processor Danish Crown has outlined its investment plans for next year, including a key project in Germany. ... read more


FrieslandCampina continues cost-cutting measures in Germany

30 November 2020 | Simon Harvey

Dutch dairy giant FrieslandCampina plans to eliminate jobs in a European market as it accelerates cost-cutting measures due to Covid-19. ... read more


Canada to pay trade deal-linked compensation to farmers

30 November 2020 | Andy Coyne

The government of Canada has announced an investment package to support dairy, poultry and egg farmers impacted by trade deals. ... read more


Spain's Vall Companys singles out China as key focus of new commercial arm

30 November 2020 | Simon Harvey

Vall Companys Group, a meat processor in Spain, has launched a new commercial division to expand its presence in overseas markets. ... read more


Modern Meat marks Australia entry with co-packing deal

30 November 2020 | Simon Harvey

Modern Meat, a manufacturer of plant-based products and sauces in Canada, has entered another international market. ... read more


Unilever completes unification process

30 November 2020 | Andy Coyne

Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant Unilever has issued an update on its unification process in a statement to the London Stock Exchange. ... read more


Intersnack buys stake in popcorn firm Natais' parent

27 November 2020 | Dean Best

Germany-based snacks giant Intersnack, home to brands to including Pom-Bear and KP Nuts, has bought a minority stake in a popcorn supplier. ... read more


Greencore CEO's confidence grows amid capital raise despite near-term uncertainty

27 November 2020 | Dean Best

Patrick Coveney, the UK private-label manufacturer's chief executive, speaks to just-food about the company's near-term outlook and a move to raise capital through a share issue. ... read more


UK coalition's fear over Government food-standards pledge

27 November 2020 | Simon Harvey

A new UK coalition formed to check the Government's approach to food standards has issued a critical report related to future trade deals. ... 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


New products – Good Hemp adds oats to hemp-based milk range; Mondelez extends BelVita range in Australia; Aunt Millie's unveils Live bread; Jude's moves into custard category

27 November 2020 | just-food.com

Our selection of new products this week includes new BelVita products in Australia from Mondelez International and US-based Aunt Millie's launching the Live bread sub-brand. ... read more


Livekindly outlines Oumph market expansion plans

27 November 2020 | Dean Best

The Livekindly Collective, the US-based meat-free business, is lining up possible new markets for its Oumph brand in 2021. ... read more


Two Kepak plants in UK hit by Covid-19

27 November 2020 | Simon Harvey

Kepak, the Ireland-based meat processor, has seen an outbreak of Covid-19 at two UK processing plants situated at opposite ends of the country. ... read more


Lactalis in 'stand-off with Canadian grocers over shipment fines'

26 November 2020 | Andy Coyne

The Canadian division of French dairy giant Lactalis is reportedly embroiled in a row with the country's supermarkets.  ... read more


Australia's Peters Ice Cream to be prosecuted by competition watchdog

26 November 2020 | Andy Coyne

Australia's competition watchdog has initiated Federal Court proceedings against local business Peters Ice Cream. ... read more


France's Lea Nature acquires local honey business Famille Mary

26 November 2020 | Andy Coyne

Compagnie Léa Nature, a France-based organic food business, has acquired a local honey specialist, it has revealed. ... read more


Singapore's Temasek partners with A*Star for food-tech innovation hub

26 November 2020 | Simon Harvey

Singapore plans to set up a tech centre to help nurture companies manufacturing alternative food products. ... read more


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