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Nestle proving resilient to Covid challenge

Nestlé surprised markets this week with a strong set of financial results, despite the difficulties faced from Covid-19. Simon H...

Why new deforestation coalition could be positive

With an emphasis on stakeholder engagement and information sharing, the new Forest Positive Coalition of Action could be an effective driver...

India food groups talk trading in Covid-19

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

Big Food's VC-style funds: the investments so far

Minerva is the latest food major to have used its in-house venture-capital unit to invest in an up-and-coming firm in a niche area. Here's o...

Latest Interviews

"We've done the hard part. We're excited about the year ahead" – CEO Abhishek Sinha on outlook for India plant-based meat firm GoodDot 15 Oct 2020

Dean Best

GoodDot Enterprises is seen as being the first modern plant-based meat business in India. The Udaipur-based firm has built a nationwide presence and has international ambitions.


Bonduelle deputy CEO Gregory Sanson on long-term impacts of Covid-19, resilience and M&A – the just-food interview part 2 1 Oct 2020

Dean Best

Bonduelle's deputy CEO Gregory Sanson weighs up Covid could affect working practices in the longer term, sets out his thinking on foodservice and talks M&A plans.

Latest News

Trading through Covid-19 and beyond, daily food industry updates – Thursday 22 October (free to read) 22 Oct 20

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.


UK food industry body issues warning after PM Johnson's no-deal Brexit admission 16 Oct 20

Andy Coyne

The UK's Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has reacted after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the country should prepare for a no-deal Brexit.


Ireland to appoint food ombudsman 16 Oct 20

Simon Harvey

Ireland is allocating EUR1m (US$1.1m) to establish a National Food Ombudsman to oversee and enforce new rules on unfair trading practises.


Goya Foods invests in production 15 Oct 20

Dean Best

Goya Foods, the US-based supplier of Hispanic foods, has announced plans to react to increasing demand for its products.


UK says food standards will be upheld in any trade deal with US 9 Oct 20

Andy Coyne

UK International Trade Secretary Liz Truss has been quizzed on whether UK food and farming standards will be maintained in any trade deal agreed with the US.


UK criticised over progress on sugar reduction 8 Oct 20

Andy Coyne

A new report from the UK government has revealed whether progress has been made by the food and drink industry to reduce sugar levels in products eaten by children.



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