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2018 - The year in food industry M&A

Andy Coyne looks at significant transactions and emerging themes in merger, acquisition and investment activity in the global food sector du...

What could drive food M&A in 2019?

2018 looks set to be a year in which M&A activity in the food industry intensified. What could shape the sector's deal-making in 2019? D...

Can a climate label for food work?

A decade ago, a few companies looked to label a product's carbon footprint. The concept never took off. If revisited, just-food asks, would...

Riding US frozen food's "fourth wave"

In the US, frozen food is back – and it's riding on a new wave of innovation. Victor Martino documents what he calls the "fourth wave"...

Latest Interviews

Aunt Bessie's seeing shift in frozen dynamics among younger generation - interview 25 Oct 2018

Simon Harvey

Nomad Foods' UK frozen food brand Aunt Bessie's is launching a marketing push to seize upon the appetite for mid-week roast dinners among young consumers. Simon Harvey talks to marketing director Hannah Haas.


"We want to create disruption" - Good Catch's Chad Sarno on the rise of plant-based seafood, the bitesize interview 27 Sep 2018

Andy Coyne

Until now the plant-based food phenomenon has centred on replacing meat and dairy products but New York's Good Catch is among the upstarts to have created vegan 'seafood'. One of its founders, Chad Sarno, tells Andy Coyne of the challenges it has faced and its hopes for the future.

Latest News

Food manufacturers could be forced to pay for recycling under new UK proposals 18 Dec 18

Andy Coyne

The UK's Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and Environment Agency (Defra) has announced new plans to tackle recycling and food waste. 


They said what? The most-read interviews on just-food in 2018 18 Dec 18

Dean Best

Our most-read interviews featured giants of the industry like Nestle, PepsiCo and Danone, as well as SMEs focusing on some of the fast-growing trends shaping the sector.


EU subsidies to Agrofert suspended amid Babis row 17 Dec 18

Dean Best

The European Commission is to suspend subsidies paid to Czech food giant Agrofert amid concerns about conflicts of interest involving the country's Prime Minister, Andrej Babis.


France sets out timetable for new food pricing laws 17 Dec 18

Stuart Todd

France has signed off plans to implement legislation that will change how food products are priced and promoted.


The most-read analysis on just-food in 2018 17 Dec 18

Dean Best

just-food's most-read analysis of 2018 took in company strategy, financial results, the foodservice market, NPD and sustainability.


The most-read opinion pieces on just-food in 2018 17 Dec 18

Dean Best

Which of the opinion pieces from just-food's team of industry experts gave you food for thought in 2018? Here are the top ten most-read.

Latest blogs

A price point that is infinity and beyond 30 Nov 18

Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne road tests the eagerly-awaited Beyond Burger, a US plant-based product that has recently arrived in the UK.


London confirms transport ban on junk-food ads 23 Nov 18

Dean Best

London's Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has confirmed what his office is calling a "groundbreaking" ban on advertising 'junk food' on the UK capital's transport network.



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