How Egypt's unrest is affecting the food sector
The political unrest in Egypt has forced a number of food multinationals to halt production or close stores and Kraft Foods told just-food today (4 February) it was among the companies to have temporarily suspend...
The Egyptian political crisis could hardly have happened at a worse time for the European food industry, struggling to contain the recent significant increases in commodity prices.
German retail giant Metro Group has confirmed that its fledging operations in Egypt have suffered amid the political turmoil in the African country.
Nestle has closed its three production plants in Egypt - and its local headquarters in Cairo - due to the political unrest in the African country.
The chief executive of PepsiCo has said that local Egyptian employees are protecting its facilities in the country as local political protests enter their ninth day.
Retailers and food groups are feeling the impact of the current civil unrest in Egypt, which reached a high-point today (1 February) with marches all over the country. The anti-government…