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COSTCO PROMISES MORE STORES FOR CHINA AFTER SUCCESSFUL DEBUT IN SHANGHAI

The wholesale market in China is booming and one company performing well is Costco. The US chain announced that its first store in China, which opened in Shanghai in 2019, had first-year sales of €266 million.

CHILE’S SALMON AND TROUT EXPORTS SURGE 33% AS PRICES RECOVER

Chile experienced a one third increase in the value of its salmon and trout exports in the third quarter of this year, according to newly released figures.

ADM AND VLAND TIE UP TO TAP $1 BILLION CHINESE MARKET FOR PROBIOTICS

New York listed nutrition solutions provider ADM and enzymes and probiotics maker Qingdao Vland Biotech Group have agreed to form a joint venture to serve growing Chinese demand for human probiotics. The deal is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to launch in the first half of 2022.

TESCO OPENS FIRST CHECKOUT-FREE STORE, ‘GETGO’

Tesco has opened its first checkout-free store in central London, giving customers the opportunity to shop and pay without scanning a product or using a checkout.  This new store trial, GetGo, offers customers the same Tesco products with a seamless shopping experience. The rollout of this technology to Tesco Express High Holborn follows a successful…

FRANCE TO BAN PLASTIC PACKAGING FOR MANY FRUITS AND VEG BY JANUARY 2022

The French government has announced that it is to ban the use of plastic packaging for many fruits and vegetables from January 2022, in a bid to reduce plastic waste, and part of a plan to eliminate it by 2040.

DELOITTE REPORT FINDS PRICE IS DRIVING STRONG FROZEN FOOD SALES

More consumers are being driven to buy frozen food because they perceive it to be cheaper, new research by Deloitte has found.

SINGAPORE RESTRICTS DINING IN OVER 1,000 COFFEE SHOPS TO THE FULLY VACCINATED

Singapore’s Food Agency has instigated new rules directed at coffee shops and hawker centres that mean only fully vaccinated consumers are allowed to dine in at coffee shops and canteens.

BREWERY COALITION TAKES CLIMATE CRISIS STAND AHEAD OF COP26

Led by Toast Ale, 25 brewery players across the UK and Ireland – including Guinness and Adnams – have signed an open letter calling on world leaders meeting at COP26 to work together to combat the climate and nature emergency.

BETTER WAYS TO PROCESS PLANT-BASED FOODS UNDER FOCUS IN 3-YEAR PROJECT

New food processing methods to help make plant-based foods more like meat could be developed through a University of Queensland research project.

SIAL PARIS 2022 – THE COUNTDOWN STARTS NOW!

It is now almost exactly one year until SIAL PARIS 2022 begins and we can once again welcome visitors to the French capital for the world's largest food industry trade fair, which is taking place from Saturday 15 to Wednesday 19 October 2022.

BOLT DEBUTS FOOD DELIVERY SERVICES IN AFRICA AS SECTOR CONTINUES RAPID GROWTH

Bolt, the ride-sharing platform based in Europe, has launched food delivery services in several African countries as part of its continuing global expansion.

JOW SECURES $20M FUNDING AS IT ROLLS OUT RECIPE-BASED SERVICE TO UNITED STATES

Jow, the French grocery shopping app, has announced that it has raised $20 million in its latest round of funding – and is now aiming to conquer the US market.
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