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SIAL Paris 2024 to celebrate its 60th anniversary

SIAL Paris promises an exceptional edition in 2024 as the world's largest trade show in the food industry celebrates its 60th anniversary. There will be lots of surprises in store for visitors! Poster of the inaugural international food show (Photo: www.sialparis.com/en/the-show/our-story) It was a major event in 1964: the first Salon International de l'Alimentation (International…

ONLINE GROCER EVERLI ATTRACTS $100M TO AID EUROPEAN GROWTH

Online grocery platform Everli has received a $100 million in Series C funding, as it looks to expand its operations.

WOOLWORTHS (SOUTH AFRICA) REPORTS POSITIVE TRADING UPDATE

South Africa-based Woolworths has reported a positive trading update for the 26-week period ending December 27, 2020, with its performance driven by its food operations.

NEW COMPANY AIMS TO SHAKE UP SUPPLY OF FROZEN FOOD INGREDIENTS

A new venture supplying frozen ingredients sourced from across the world has been launched in the UK by senior figures from three food companies.

CARREFOUR ADDING ONLINE COLLECTION CAPACITY IN FRANCE

Carrefour has committed to offering a drive, pedestrian drive, or delivery service, both next day and within the hour options, from 2,000 of its almost 5,000 stores in France by the end of 2021.

NEXT MEATS BROADCASTS JAPAN’S FIRST MEAT-ALTERNATIVE TV AD

Tokyo-based Next Meats is airing Japan’s first ever television commercial for plant-based meat alternatives.

Champagne shipments to US fell by 19% last year due to Covid and stockpiling

Champagne volume shipments to the US fell by 19% year-on-year in 2020, impacted not just by the fall-out of the Covid-19 pandemic, but by stockpiling the previous year.

NEW FOOD PROCESSING SUBSIDIES ANNOUNCED BY INDIAN GOVERNMENT

The Indian government is introducing subsidies that it hopes will generate hundreds of thousands of jobs in the country's food processing sector.

GROCERY SALES SLOW AS UK MARKS LOCKDOWN ANNIVERSARY

Take-home grocery sales in the UK rose by 7.4% during the 12 weeks to 21 March 2021, marking a slowdown in growth compared to previous months, according to the latest figures from analyst Kantar.

GLOBAL FOOD INDUSTRIES SPENDS MILLIONS ON SHARJAH PLANT

Global Food Industries is investing $8.2 million in a cooked food plant at its production facilities in Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, as it looks to expand its ready-to-heat product range and market share.

EU AIMS FOR 25% ORGANIC PRODUCTION

Organic farming should account for a quarter of agricultural land in the EU by 2030, the European Commission has said after announcing an action plan to accelerate the development of the sector.

PepsiCo launches $40m scholarship programme for Black and Hispanic students

PepsiCo and its philanthropic arm, The PepsiCo Foundation, has put in place a new $40 million scholarship and mentoring programme to support 4,000 Black and Hispanic community college graduates in the US, over the next five years.

NEW CONSUMER HABITS AND ATTITUDES IDENTIFIED IN ASIA-PACIFIC

COVID-19, social distancing measures, and economic shutdowns have resulted in new consumer habits and attitudes towards food and drink in the Asia-Pacific region, according to new research.
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