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Leading the charge – the companies at the cutting edge of cell-based protein

The race is on to get cell-based protein products – meat, seafood, dairy and pet-food – on to supermarket shelves…

COP28 – Raising frozen food temperatures can cut carbon emissions, says DP World

Increasing the temperature of storing frozen food from -18°C to -15°C could save 17.7 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide…

Nomad Foods prioritises restoring volumes, shelf space lost to price

Nomad Foods is prioritising restoring lost volumes but, despite an expected improvement this quarter, a return to growth is not…

Nomad Foods to close plant in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Nomad Foods, the European frozen foods supplier, plans to close a plant in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The site in Čitluk…

Nomad Foods steps up A&P spend to narrow private-label gap

Nomad Foods is stepping up promotional spending to narrow the price gap with private label as first-quarter volumes dropped on…

The time may be right but can UK frozen-food manufacturers seize the day?

Manufacturers, distributors, retailers and industry watchers all agree that the conditions are ripe for the UK frozen-food category to soar.…

Nomad Foods co-chairs mull options for frozen-food group

The co-chairmen and founders of Nomad Foods are “evaluating potential strategic alternatives” for the European frozen-food maker. In a filing…

Nomad Foods defends frozen-food position amid “weak” European demand

Nomad Foods, the largest frozen-food products supplier in Europe, saw sales growth tail off in the first quarter in a…

Covid-19 two years on – frozen food seeks boost from cost-of-living crunch

The cost-of-living crunch could well be fortuitous for frozen food makers as sales momentum slows from the Covid-induced stimulus. Frozen…

“Retailers have seen the value in the category” – Nomad Foods’ Steve Challouma on the factors favouring frozen food

UK frozen-food sales surged during the height of Covid-19 as consumers stocked up and as meal occasions at home increased…