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Greencore CEO Patrick Coveney on how the UK food-to-go supplier will bounce back - the just-food interview

22 May 2020 | Dean Best

UK supplier Greencore, with its major food-to-go business, has seen Covid-19 hammer sales in recent weeks. Chief executive Patrick Coveney believes the company can emerge stronger. ... read more

Saudi Arabia's Salic acquires minority stake in India's Dawaat Foods

22 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

Saudi Arabia's Salic has taken a minority stake in India's Daawat Foods, a rice producer owned by the country's LT Foods. ... read more

Paris Hilton among celebrity investors in US faux seafood firm Gathered Foods

22 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

Gathered Foods, the US seafood alternative company behind the Good Catch plant-based 'tuna' brand, has announced further investment backing. ... read more

Coronavirus live news - Covid-19 and the global food sector, Friday 22 May (free to read)

22 May 2020 | just-food.com

just-food's coronavirus live feed is your one-stop shop for news on how the Covid-19 outbreak is impacting the world's packaged food sector. ... read more

Dairy Farmers of America, Dean Foods deal hit with anti-trust lawsuit

22 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) is facing a legal challenge over its agreed deal to buy assets of bankrupt dairy peer Dean Foods. ... read more

Atlantic Natural Foods builds plant-based facility in Bangkok with JV partner Pataya Food Group

22 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

Atlantic Natural Foods, a plant-based products manufacturer in the US, is building a new facility in Bangkok with its joint-venture partner. ... read more

Organic Dairy Farmers of Australia co-op goes into administration

22 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

The Organic Dairy Farmers of Australia cooperative has gone into voluntary administration, with market conditions in China cited as a key reason for the decision. ... read more

Haribo gets nod to start work on first US facility

22 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

German confectioner Haribo has received the decision from local planning chiefs which will determine whether it can start work on its first US manufacturing plant. ... read more

Mars 'sues JAB Holding over alleged theft of documents'

22 May 2020 | Dean Best

Mars and JAB Holding are reportedly set for a legal battle after the Snickers giant filed a suit against the Pret and Panera Bread owner over claims an executive stole documents. ... read more

China readies food security plans

22 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

China is reportedly drawing up plans to secure the supply of food in the midst of the global coronavirus crisis. ... read more

Covid-19 blamed for drastic fall in UK food and beverage M&A

21 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

Food and beverage sector M&A activity in the UK in the first four months of this year has shifted dramatically compared to the same period last year. ... read more

New products - Maple Leaf Foods' meatless nuggets; Edita debuts Oniro biscuit brand; Nestle launches Life Cuisine in US; Kellogg's Jumbo Snax cereal

21 May 2020 | just-food.com

Among the new products that caught the eye in recent days are meatless nuggets from Maple Leaf Foods and Nestlé's launch of the Life Cuisine brand in the US. ... read more

Canadian CBD firm Aurora enters US market through Reliva acquisition

21 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

Canada's Aurora Cannabis has moved into the US market through the acquisition of a peer in a deal that could be worth up to US$85m. ... read more

Plant-based meat must target local tastes to succeed in China

21 May 2020 | Peter Peverelli

just-food's China market columnist Peter Peverelli weighs up the growing activity in the country's market for plant-based meat alternatives. ... read more

Tyson Foods reveals high Covid-19 test count at US plant

21 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

Tyson Foods has revealed hundreds of workers have tested positive for Covid-19 at a poultry plant in the US. ... read more

Dawn Meats plant in Ireland supplying McDonald's to reopen

21 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

Dawn Meats said its beef patty plant in County Waterford, Ireland, which supplies fast-food chain McDonald's across Europe, is set to reopen.  ... read more

Keytone diversification plans hit name change roadblock

21 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

New Zealand food group Keytone Dairy has put a proposal to change its name before shareholders at its general meeting. ... read more

Kellogg pulls Pringles ad from Joe Wicks YouTube lockdown show

21 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

US food giant Kellogg has taken action after complaints that an ad for one of its crisp brands was being aired on a YouTube fitness channel watched by children. ... read more

Aryzta shareholders press for board reshuffle

21 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

A major shareholder group in Swiss-Irish bakery business Aryzta is calling for an extraordinary general meeting to "strengthen" the board of directors. ... read more

Covid-19 - Worker deaths reported at Cranswick plant in northern England

21 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

It has been reported that a number of employees of UK meat-processing firm Cranswick have died from Covid-19. ... read more

Greencore readies re-starting at paused plant

20 May 2020 | Dean Best

Greencore, one of the largest private-label suppliers operating in the UK, is set to open one of the three factories where it halted production last month. ... read more

"Foodservice is the most exciting part of our outlook when Covid-19 clears" – Andy Shovel, co-founder of UK meat-free brand This, the bitesize interview

20 May 2020 | Dean Best

UK brand This, one of a flurry of firms looking to ride rising consumer interest in meat alternatives, talks adapting to Covid-19 hit, competition and optimism for foodservice. ... read more

Tiger Brands cuts first-half guidance due to Covid-19-related impairments

20 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

Tiger Brands, the South Africa-based consumer goods group, has cut its first-half earnings guidance due to impairment charges. ... read more

Covid-19 - German plan to shake up meat-factory staffing, health rules

20 May 2020 | Jens Kastner

Germany has announced moves to improve labour standards in a meat sector criticised for poor health and safety due to a rash of outbreaks of Covid-19. ... read more

Nestle to build plant-based factory in China

20 May 2020 | Dean Best

The world's largest food maker has set out the sectors behind which it will invest in production in what is the company's second-largest market. ... read more

HKScan forms plant-based joint venture with Finland's Leivon Leipomo

20 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

Nordic food group HKScan has expanded further into the plant-based business with a joint venture in its home market of Finland. ... read more

EU targets sustainable food system through new Farm to Fork Strategy

20 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

The European Union has mapped out a new strategy aimed at creating a sustainable food system within the bloc. ... read more

McCain suspends US capex plans due to Covid-19 impact

20 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

Canadian frozen potato products giant McCain Foods has issued an update on its plans to expand a US plant. ... read more

Bega Cheese, Kraft Heinz legal battle continues

20 May 2020 | Simon Harvey

A legal spat between Australian food producer Bega Cheese and US-based consumer goods giant Kraft Heinz over the use of peanut butter packaging looks set to continue. ... read more

Danone sets out stall to become better corporate citizen

20 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

French dairy giant Danone has outlined plans to enshrine social and environmental goals in its articles of association. ... read more

How might Covid-19 shape interest in health-and-wellness?

19 May 2020 | Lucy Britner

With a health crisis set to be joined by a financial one, how will interest in diet and functionality, coupled with pressure on income, affect the trend of health and wellness? ... read more

BRF re-opens Brazil plant hit by Covid-19

19 May 2020 | Dean Best

BRF, the Brazil-based supplier of meat products and prepared foods, has re-opened a factory closed amid concerns over Covid-19. ... read more

Sanderson Farms foodservice poultry orders at two-thirds pre-Covid-19 levels

19 May 2020 | Dean Best

US poultry group Sanderson Farms has revealed the current position of its orders through foodservice, the mainstay of the business and which has been hit by Covid-19. ... read more

JBS re-thinking supply route to China following Australia plants blow 

19 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

Brazilian meat giant JBS has said it is confident it will be able to maintain its China supply line despite two of its plants being banned from exporting to the country. ... read more

Food to the fore as UK government outlines post-Brexit trade tariff regime

19 May 2020 | Andy Coyne

The UK government has announced its planned post-Brexit trade tariff regime, set to come into effect from 1 January next year. ... read more