Dean Foods has announced that it has initiated voluntary Chapter 11 reorganisation proceedings in the Southern District of Texas. The company has said it has seen drastic effects from the shift in consumer choice to more dairy-alternative products.
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According to a new report, the global food safety testing market is anticipated to grow due to the worldwide increase in the number of outbreaks of foodborne illnesses.
The UK craft spirits industry has filed a record number of trade mark registrations, rising 12 percent in the past year compared to the year before.
Global pigmeat markets endured a tumultuous year in 2018 as trade tensions and animal disease outbreaks complicated life for producers and exporters. With few solutions on the horizon, everything points to a tough year ahead – although losses for some may mean opportunities for others.
A Food and Drink Sector Council (FDSC) report is said to be the first to bring together the entire sector and present a cross-chain approach to addressing future workforce, skills and productivity concerns.
According to IHS Markit’s Agribusiness Intelligence, global demand for ketchup is weakening, with countries such as Mexico, Japan, Saudi Arabia and South Korea reducing their intake from the US.
Cocoa producers Ivory Coast and Ghana have said that chocolate makers will continue to be allowed to run sustainability schemes in their countries, after recent threats put their futures at risk.
The rural poor in Ethiopia tend to live near lower-quality markets that sell food at high prices, impacting the health of children, a study from the International Food Policy Research Institute has found.
The European investment aims to enable food manufacturers to create calorie-reduced products with improved nutritional profiles.
Olam International Ltd has announced that it has signed a purchase agreement to acquire a 100 percent interest in Californian almond processor and ingredient manufacturer Hughson Nut Inc (HNI).
Montanya Distillers CEO, Karen Hoskin, has said women have seen progress in the alcohol industry, but investments remain low.