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Guide: Dairy groups aiming to milk dairy-free

Andy Coyne rounds up what the world's leading dairy businesses, or food majors with a significant dairy offering, are providing in the dairy...

BMJ's Covid-19 blame game no help to obese

If Donald Trump were a health campaigner, he may have struck a similar tone on Covid-19 and obesity as the British Medical Journal did this...

Covid-19 could have lasting effect on food-to-go

Covid-19 is likely to shake up how we work, with companies set to allow their staff to do their jobs at home more often. Food-to-go could fa...

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...

Latest Interviews

"This should be in everyone's household" – Braham & Murray MD David Shaw on the benefits of hemp and what's needed to build interest 7 Jul 2020

Dean Best

David Shaw, the MD of UK company Braham & Murray, on why he believes in the health and environmental attributes of hemp – and how the Good Hemp owner is looking to expand.


"Fermented foods are on fire right now" – Cleveland Kitchen CEO Drew Anderson on US sauerkraut specialist's ambitions, the bitesize interview 6 May 2020

Dean Best

CEO Drew Anderson talks doing battle with larger competitors, Cleveland Kitchen's stint in Kraft Heinz's incubator and launching a product in the middle of a pandemic.

Latest News

Covid-19 food industry updates – Thursday 9 July (free to read) 9 Jul 20

just-food.com

just-food is providing daily updates on how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the world's packaged food sector.


Scotland puts plan for HFSS food promo curbs on ice 12 Jun 20

Dean Best

Scotland has decided to pause plans to limit the way foods high in fat, sugar or salt can be promoted in the country.


Nestle acquires majority stake in US collagen business Vital Proteins 11 Jun 20

Andy Coyne

Nestlé has taken a majority stake in a US-based nutrition business, described as an "exciting opportunity".


Food industry must "share blame" for severity of Covid-19 - researchers 10 Jun 20

Simon Harvey

New research published in the UK has showed there may be a link between obesity and the severity of Covid-19 infections and deaths.


Iceland better-for-you food group Good Good backed in funding round 28 May 20

Andy Coyne

Good Good, the Iceland-based food company specialising in no-added-sugar products, has received investment backing, it has announced.


Nestle and Danone call for Nutri-Score labelling to be mandatory across EU  28 Apr 20

Andy Coyne

Nestlé and Danone are among food manufacturers calling on the European Commission to take action in regard to a product labelling scheme.



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