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Guide: Meat companies with stakes in meat-free

With plant-based products growing in popularity and investment in lab-created products on the rise, we present a guide on how meat manu...

Sales, sustainability central to new Unilever CEO

Unilever CEO Alan Jope is nearly six months into the job and this week set out to investors his priorities for the consumer goods giant....

Mixed reaction as meat giants seek more muscle

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 sec...

How should SMEs approach an export strategy?

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

Latest Interviews

"We don't think baby food should be older than the baby itself" - Daniel Auner and Karina Gentgen, founders of organic baby food business Mia & Ben, the bitesize interview 10 Jun 2019

Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne speaks to the founders of London-based organic baby food start-up Mia & Ben about the gap they say they've spotted in the market.


"Parents are really struggling" – Yumble co-founders Joanna and David Parker on the opportunity in selling meals for kids on subscription 17 May 2019

Dean Best

Yumble, the US direct-to-consumer firm selling meals for children, talks to just-food about why it's "excited" about the future - and receiving investment from Danone.

Latest News

Hormel Foods eyes expansion in plant-based product field 13 Jun 19

Andy Coyne

US-based Hormel Foods, which specialises in branded meat products, has spoken about its plans in the plant-based product area.


UK's Samworth Brothers takes stake in local pie maker Higgidy 13 Jun 19

Andy Coyne

UK food group Samworth Brothers has taken a minority stake in a local pie and quiche maker with an option to increase its holding in the future.


CP Foods' parent company boss says CEO post could go to an outsider 13 Jun 19

Andy Coyne

Dhanin Chearavanont, chairman of Thailand's CP Foods' parent company Charoen Pokphand Group, has spoken about the future of the CEO position at the business.


Nestle upbeat on organic growth outlook for EMENA region amid shield from Brexit 11 Jun 19

Simon Harvey

Nestlé is optimistic it can achieve organic growth of 2% or more for the Swiss food giant's EMENA operations.


Trump withdraws threat of tariffs on Mexico 10 Jun 19

Dean Best

President Trump has "indefinitely suspended" his threat to levy tariffs on goods from Mexico, after claiming a deal has been reached on immigration into the US.


Czech PM and Agrofert founder Babis attacks EU over 'conflict of interest' audit 7 Jun 19

Dean Best

Andrej Babiš, the Czech Prime Minister and billionaire founder of conglomerate Agrofert, has hit out at the EU for an audit that found him in a conflict of interest.

Latest blogs

What's driving pre-Brexit stockpiling? 13 Mar 19

Dean Best

A significant chunk of UK consumers are either starting - or planning - to stockpile ahead of the country's departure from the EU.


Asda boss reacts to UK watchdog's stance on Sainsbury's deal 21 Feb 19

Dean Best

Sainsbury's chief Mike Coupe took to the airwaves within minutes of the CMA's provisional findings being announced and, today (21 February), his partner on the proposed merger at Asda gave his verdict.



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