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Covid-19 and evolution of health-and-wellness

With a health crisis set to be joined by a financial one, how will interest in diet and functionality, coupled with pressure on income, affe...

It's not all doom and gloom for emerging brands

Many of Big Food's legacy brands are having their day in the sun in the US, boosted by pantry-loading. But Victor Martino believes chal...

Will Covid-19 spark change in UK payment terms?

We look at the records of how the UK's largest grocers – and manufacturers – have been paying their suppliers and wonder if the...

How could Covid-19 change how we think about food?

Ben Cooper looks at the possible lasting effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on consumer attitudes to food and on the global food system....

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"Our vision is for AI-delivered insights tied into automation" - Kraft Heinz on using artificial intelligence in manufacturing 21 Apr 2020

Dean Best

How should food companies work with artificial intelligence in their manufacturing supply chain? Kraft Heinz talks about its applications so far – and the future uses for the tech.


"We're fortunate to be in operation, unlike a lot of businesses" – US packaged food firms on coronavirus 14 Apr 2020

just-food.com

We asked a number of US packaged food companies for their input on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting day-to-day business operations.

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Coronavirus live news - Covid-19 and the global food sector, Friday 22 May (free to read) 22 May 20

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.


Covid-19 blamed for drastic fall in UK food and beverage M&A 21 May 20

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.


Tiger Brands cuts first-half guidance due to Covid-19-related impairments 20 May 20

Simon Harvey

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


Food to the fore as UK government outlines post-Brexit trade tariff regime 19 May 20

Andy Coyne

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


SMEs will emerge from Covid-19 stronger, says UK challenger brand champion Young Foodies 14 May 20

Andy Coyne

London-based challenger brand organisation Young Foodies has predicted the post-Covid-19 future for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the food and drink space.


UK government 'sees split over plans to lower US ag tariffs' 14 May 20

Dean Best

The UK government is reportedly readying plans to cut tariffs on US agricultural imports as part of a trade deal between the two nations.



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