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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...

Aryzta future rests on strategic review

European bakery business Aryzta is once again reassessing its business model after a difficult few years. Simon Harvey reviews its opti...

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...

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...

Latest Interviews

Greencore CEO Patrick Coveney on how the UK food-to-go supplier will bounce back - the just-food interview 26 May 2020

Dean Best

UK supplier Greencore, with its major food-to-go business, has seen Covid-19 hammer sales in recent weeks. Chief executive Patrick Coveney believes the company can emerge stronger.


"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.

Latest News

Coronavirus live news - Covid-19 and the global food sector, Tuesday 26 May (free to read) 26 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.


Aryzta agrees to shareholder request to hold EGM as third-quarter revenues slump 26 May 20

Simon Harvey

Aryzta has agreed to a request from a shareholder group to hold an extraordinary general meeting as it reported a slump in revenues.


Covid-19 - Output halted at meat group Vion plant 26 May 20

Dean Best

Dutch meat supplier Vion has seen output at one of its domestic sites halted – and all staff sent home for a fortnight's quarantine – after dozens of workers tested positive.


Blaze hits Thai Union plant in Canada 26 May 20

Dean Best

Seafood titan Thai Union Group has reported a fire at a processing plant in North America has "significantly affected" operations at the facility.


Fire halts production at Bakkavor UK plant 26 May 20

Dean Best

A Bakkavor factory manufacturing garlic bread and doughballs has seen output hit by a fire over the weekend, the UK private-label supplier has confirmed.


Dairy Farmers of America, Dean Foods deal hit with anti-trust lawsuit 22 May 20

Andy Coyne

Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) is facing a legal challenge over its agreed deal to buy assets of bankrupt dairy peer Dean Foods.



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