Counterfeit Moët & Chandon labels worth €1.8m were also discovered
A TV ad, ‘A Taste of New York’, will debut on 18 January and run until mid-February
Both discounters significantly increased the number of MSC-certified seafood products on shelves last year
Unilever is continuing to redefine Lynx with a kind of male version of its ‘Campaign for Real Beauty’
Typhoo recruits Nigella to brew up great tea moments Subscription
Typhoo has bagged Nigella Lawson to become the new face of the tea brand, replacing adventurer Ben Fogle
This year’s takes place over five days next month, and will attract 6,800 exhibitors from 100 countries, almost 200 of them British
Last month the World Triathalon Corporation was sold for $650m - fitness is big business
Own-brand suppliers are growing over three times faster than branded suppliers
The total spirits market is up 1.5% to £3.4bn, on volumes that have inched up 0.5%, so what’s going on?
It’s been a turbulent year for the UK dairy industry. Our Dairymen special looks at the new power players in dairy supplier boardrooms, and charts the opportunities and challenges for the sector in the year ahead.
Why have some prospered while others have suffered?
Will the success of everyday brands come at the cost of category value?
What can other manufacturers learn from those who are posting strong growth?
As consumers continue to seek out convenient options, how can the roast compete for their affections?
What can the mults learn from the discounters?
Chilled fish has become the latest victim of the relentless drive towards everyday low prices
Coldwater prawn prices set to stay firm Subscription
Coldwater prawn prices remained firm over December due to a low catch forecast for 2016
Like-for-likes were down 1.4% in the six weeks to 2 January
Plant-based meat will start to become a real thing Subscription
Will consumers take to a juicy medium rare cheeseburger made out of plants?