Scandal-hit BRF has recorded a net loss of $405m in its second-quarter results, as trade embargoes and a natio...
Cargill has inaugurated an aquaculture innovation centre in Indonesia to work with freshwater fish farmers in...
Danish Crown has announced that it will expand its abattoir in Blans, Denmark, in response to increased demand...
Agri-food business Devenish Nutrition has received €118m in long-term funding from the European Union to enhan...
Minnesota-based Sustain, Land O’Lakes’ partnership between companies and farmers, has announced its acquisitio...
PepsiCo will invest $100 million to expand and renovate a food factory in Shanghai, increasing the plant's cap...
Belgium’s famous premium lager brand Stella Artois is launching Stella Cidre in the UK in March, supported by a ‘double-digit’ million pound marketing campaign. The 4.5% Belgian cider is bre... Read more
The Association of Tropical Fruits Processing Industries has confirmed that it will be exhibiting at IFE11 – the UK’s largest food and drink trade event – which takes place on 13-16 March 20... Read more
In her keynote speech at the 26th annual Dairy Forum, Connie Tipton, president and CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association, said the dairy industry, now at a crossroads, has many op... Read more
When Nestlé Chairman Peter Brabeck speaks, we should all listen. I’ve often found his words the wisest of all on world food supplies and sustainability. Read more
Once on the menu alongside paté and prawn cocktail as a ‘starter’, the rapidly rising price of orange juice may once again see it become a drink for special occasions. Read more
Huge hikes in animal feed bills are driving the dramatic downturn in the incomes being forecast for England's farmers, according to the NFU, as Defra's Farm Business Income forecasts for 201... Read more
Both of Australia's major supermarket chains, Coles and Woolworths, have lowered prices on their own-brand milk offerings in a move that both claim will not affect farmgate prices for their... Read more
It's Burns Night tonight and Scottish people the world over will be raising a glass of whisky to the famous poet and probably tucking into Scotland’s national dish, haggis, neeps and tatties... Read more
UK beef sales were up 12.7% over the Christmas period as consumers looked for alternatives to the traditional festive fare, according to new figures from Eblex. Read more
AusVeg chairman John Brent has said that vegetable growers in Queensland have been hit hard by the recent floods, and long-term federal government assistance was now needed for many to survi... Read more
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