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Be proactive as Biden eyes climate, health agenda

As President Trump accepts a transition should begin for President-elect Biden to take office, we look at what the new administration c...

EU vote highlights dairy industry insecurity

The European Parliament's curbs on plant-based naming conventions says a lot about the dairy industry's political influence but the tide can...

Industry must act beyond Rashford stardust

Food groups are keen to support footballer Marcus Rashford in the food poverty debate but that endorsement will backfire if not reflected in...

Expect more beef as Lightlife seeks high ground

Lightlife's war of words with Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods is another sign meat-free is now mainstream – and has brands battling i...

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"We're not trying to take money from farmers" – Nestle defends KitKat Fairtrade decision 14 Aug 2020

Ben Cooper

Following the adverse reaction to its decision to cease Fairtrade certification for the KitKat brand, Nestlé speaks to just-food and seeks to defend the controversial move.

"I want us to be the Red Bull of sports nutrition" - Grenade founder Alan Barratt on UK firm's rise and ambitions for further growth 31 Jul 2019

Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne speaks to Alan Barratt, CEO of UK sports nutrition business Grenade, about how branding and distribution have aided its move into the mainstream.

Latest News

Manufacturers, ad industry criticise UK plan for online ban 23 Nov 20

Dean Best

UK manufacturers, the foodservice sector and advertisers have written to Boris Johnson to complain about proposals to ban online adverts promoting food high in fat, sugar and salt.

Nestle reveals new names for Australia candy brands 16 Nov 20

Simon Harvey

Nestlé has revealed the new names for two confectionery brands in Australia put under review during the summer due to concerns over racial stereotyping.

Bega Cheese wins the day over legal spat with Kraft Heinz 13 Nov 20

Simon Harvey

An application from US food major Kraft Heinz for a right of appeal in a legal dispute with Bega Cheese has been rejected by a high court in Australia.

US food trade body expects tougher regulation under Biden 12 Nov 20

Andy Coyne

Consumer Brands Association, the US body representing food and beverage companies, has briefed members on the regulatory regime it expects to see under President-elect Joe Biden.

UK government puts unhealthy food advertising ban out to consultation 11 Nov 20

Andy Coyne

The UK government has taken further action in regard to its proposals to ban online adverts promoting food high in fat, sugar and salt.

Danone in legal spat with Land O'Lakes over licensing agreement 10 Nov 20

Simon Harvey

Land O'Lakes, a US agri-food business with a focus on dairy, has responded to allegations made by Danone over a licensing agreement.

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