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Big Food’s stake in the future – in-house venture-capital funds’ investments

For Big Food companies looking to gain exposure to new, exciting, potentially faster-growing categories, M&A remains a popular route. But…

Why claims of ‘sustainable’ beef should be taken with a pinch of salt

In September 2019, the New Yorker published a lengthy article detailing the disruptive intentions of alternative meat businesses. The major…

Just Food’s week in data: Tyson Foods “optimistic”, BellRing steers volume recovery, Westfleisch strikes pet deal

Alongside our daily news coverage, features and interviews, the Just Food team sifts through the week’s most intriguing data sets…

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…

Tyson Foods “cautiously optimistic” on back of “sequential” operating performance

Tyson Foods is “cautiously optimistic” for 2024 after a “solid” set of first-quarter results, although at face value they looked…

Cal-Maine to buy US plant from Tyson Foods

US egg group Cal-Maine Foods has acquired a broiler processing plant from meat giant Tyson Foods. Tyson had closed the…

Big deals – the stand-out food industry transactions of 2023

When assessing the best, or most significant, food-industry deals of the year there are a number of factors to bear…

A good COP for food is bad news for failing food companies

The food and drink sectors are responsible for a lot of CO2e. Food and drink companies know that and they…

They said what? The most-read interviews on Just Food in 2023

During 2023, we sat down with senior executives at some of the largest companies – and some of the most…

Tyson Foods outlines “headwinds” for beef as protein sales likely “flat”

Tyson Foods anticipates further pressure on beef volumes as the meat major turned to a fiscal 2023 net loss and…