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

Kraft Heinz 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....

What’s next after Post, TreeHouse end cereal deal?

Post Holdings and TreeHouse Foods have called time on their proposed breakfast-cereal transaction amid opposition from US competition offici...

US food companies need to do more on obesity

US columnist Victor Martino kicks off 2020 digging into new forecasts on the rate of obesity in the country. And he has a message for indust...

Who fared well (and not so well) in 2019?

just-food looks back at the companies who made the headlines for the right – and wrong – reasons in 2019....

Latest Interviews

Cranswick CEO Adam Couch on African swine fever crisis and UK group's ambitions in poultry – the just-food interview, part 1 4 Oct 2019

Dean Best

In the first of a two-part interview with Cranswick CEO Adam Couch, the UK food group's boss talks African swine fever, ambitions in poultry and international M&A.

Burts Snacks MD David Nairn on how UK firm plans to double sales - interview 17 Jul 2019

Simon Harvey

Simon Harvey speaks with Burts Snacks chairman and managing director David Nairn as the UK business seeks to double revenues in the next few years.

Latest News

UK group Cranswick announces earnings surprise 17 Jan 20

Dean Best

Cranswick, the UK pork-to-olives supplier, today (17 January) released an unscheduled trading update to the market, boosting the company's shares.

New UK agricultural bill aims to protect farmers, food security and environment post-Brexit 16 Jan 20

Simon Harvey

A new landmark agricultural bill for the UK was brought before the country's Parliament today (16 January).

Progress made on ending trade war as US, China sign "phase-one" deal 16 Jan 20

Simon Harvey

The US and China have signed "phase one" of a trade deal in which both countries have made concessions to bring an end to a long-running trade war.

2 Sisters installs former Co-op boss Richard Pennycook as new chairman 15 Jan 20

Simon Harvey

2 Sisters Food Group has installed the former boss of The Co-op supermarket chain as chairman of the UK poultry business.

Ter Beke-owned KK Fine Foods plans plant expansion to support retail entry 15 Jan 20

Simon Harvey

KK Fine Foods is expanding its production capabilities to support the UK-based ready-meals manufacturer's launch into the retail sector.

Aryzta makes senior appointments in North America 14 Jan 20

Simon Harvey

Aryzta has made a number of executive changes within its struggling North America operations, including a new divisional chief executive.

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