CARREFOUR BRAZIL LAUNCHES APP TOOL TO PROMOTE AFFORDABLE HEALTHY EATING

Carrefour Brazil has announced the launch of the Nutri Choice tool, a feature of the My Carrefour app, which helps consumers to choose products that are not only more nutritionally balanced, but cheaper at the same time.

TURKEY’S FISH INDUSTRY BATTLES AGAINST ‘SEA SNOT’ OUTBREAK

Turkish authorities are battling against an outbreak of 'sea snot' that is damaging marine life and affecting the country's fishing industry

PILGRIM’S TO ACQUIRE KERRY GROUP’S MEATS AND MEALS BUSINESS FOR £680M

Listed global foods company Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation has sealed a deal to buy the meats and meals business of Kerry Consumer Foods in the UK and Ireland for £680 million.

GROCERY RETAIL TO LEAD RESTAURANTS IN US FOOD MARKET SHARE POST-PANDEMIC

Grocery retailers will hold an edge in food spending market share over the foodservice sector as the United States heads into the post-pandemic period, according to FMI-The Food Industry Association’s annual US Grocery Shopper Trends study.

RELIEF FOR ALCOHOL PRODUCERS AS PUNITIVE TARIFFS BETWEEN US AND EU/UK ARE SUSPENDED FOR FIVE YEARS

The US has agreed separate deals with the European Union and the UK to suspend retaliatory tariffs affecting alcohol exports (among others) which relate to a long-standing trade dispute over civil aircraft support and subsidies. According to the EU, the…

KAWAN FOOD SHOULD RIDE OUT COVID-INDUCED CLOSURE

Demand for frozen food is likely to remain strong in Malaysia, with coronavirus restrictions leading consumers to fill their freezers, according to analysts.

HEAVY INVESTMENTS IN SAUDI FOOD SECTOR AS TECH FIRMS MAKE WAVES

The Saudi Arabian food sector is seeing heavy investments as the country looks to improve its food security and the market undergoes technology-driven changes.

FARMERS WORRIED ABOUT UK-AUSTRALIA TRADE DEAL

The recent announcement of a trade deal between Australia and the UK has raised concerns over the lack of a level playing field when it comes to environmental and animal welfare standards.

TESCO TARGETS 2,400 ELECTRIC CAR CHARGING POINTS BY 2022

The UK’s biggest grocery retailer, Tesco, is supporting the societal shift to electric vehicle usage by increasing its free charging points to 2,400 by 2022.

CHINA YET TO RESUME TRADE WITH AUSTRALIAN ABATTOIRS DELISTED AFTER STAFF COVID INFECTIONS

Two Australian abattoirs that were delisted from selling meat to China after employees contracted Covid-19, are still waiting to resume the trade, according to reports.

A VEGAN WORLD: THE CHANGING FACE OF BRITAIN’S DIETS

The pandemic has fuelled a 15% rise in ‘flexitarian’ diets in the UK, according to new research from retail tech app Ubamarket.

ANALYSIS SHOWS UK ORGANIC MEAT SALES DECLINING

Reports indicating that organic meat sales in the UK have increased may be misleading, because they mask the reality that actual quantities sold may have decreased, researchers have suggested.