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Stella Artois Cidre falls £23m as retailers rationalise ranges Subscription

29 Sep 2016 | By Lisa Riley

Sales of the cider portfolio plunged 40.4% to £33.9m on volumes down 42.6%

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Breadwinners Foundation to help would-be baking businesses Subscription

22 Sep 2016 | By Emma Weinbren

Breadwinners helps disadvantaged people run a bike delivery service for artisan bread

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Brain candy: Confectionery Category Report 2016 - innovation Subscription

30 Sep 2016 | By Natalie Brown

As the war on sugar rages, sweet sales are holding up thanks to innovative NPD and marketing

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Müller and Organix in trademark spat over ‘Goodies’ Subscription

28 Sep 2016 | By Daniel Selwood

The yoghurt brand has said it predicts an “amicable” conclusion to the conflict

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Norwegian fishing fleet agrees to halt Barents Sea expansion Subscription

27 Sep 2016 | By Carina Perkins

The Norwegian Fishing Vessel Owners Association confirmed fishing activity would not be expanded into previously untouched

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Kids food brand Annabel Karmel adds frozen meals range Subscription

22 Sep 2016 | By Beth Gault

Four flavours will be available from 26 September in 216 Tesco stores

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Müller and Organix in trademark spat over ‘Goodies’ Subscription

28 Sep 2016 | By Daniel Selwood

The yoghurt brand has said it predicts an “amicable” conclusion to the conflict

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A third of Brits now own coffee pod machines Subscription

30 Sep 2016 | By Rob Brown

Nearly a third of Brits now own a coffee pod machine, a poll for The Grocer has found

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Gotta charge 'em all: Batteries Category Report 2016 Subscription

26 Aug 2016 | By Amy North

The Pokémon Go phenomenon has shown this is the year that power’s gone portable, offering the category new opportunities

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Food companies urged to switch from meat to plant-based proteins Subscription

26 Sep 2016 | By Carina Perkins

The coalition has written to 16 food firms including Kraft Heinz, Nestlé, Unilever, Tesco, Walmart and General Mills

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Gary puts the thick into thick cut for McCoy's Video Subscription

29 Sep 2016 | By Mark Dishman

McCoy’s has updated its ‘flavour calling’ campaign to promote its new thick cut crisps

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Nuva flavoured water highlights sugar-free status in poster push Subscription

21 Sep 2016 | By Beth Gault

The drive’s poster features a woman ‘showering’ in sugar

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Brain candy: Confectionery Category Report 2016 - innovation Subscription

30 Sep 2016 | By Natalie Brown

As the war on sugar rages, sweet sales are holding up thanks to innovative NPD and marketing

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Confectionery Category Report 2016: Consumption habits Subscription

30 Sep 2016 | By Natalie Brown

Brands are under fire for cutting pack sizes. How can they persuade the public their products remain great value?

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A big, fat problem? Confectionery Category Report 2016 - obesity Subscription

29 Sep 2016 | By Beth Gault

There is no escaping the demonisation of sugar, so do redefinition and diversification represent the way forward for manufacturers?

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Sports nutrition category report 2016; the rise of heroine chic Subscription

21 Sep 2016 | By Rob Brown

They call them ‘girls with guns’ and through social media they’re creating a new ideal of female beauty

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Bling It On! Spirits Category Report 2016 Subscription

16 Sep 2016 | By James Halliwell

Brits have spent an extra £108m on the hard stuff in the supers, as our thirst for premium brands grows

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Hot to trot: Sauces & condiments category report 2016 Subscription

06 Sep 2016 | By Robyn Vinter

Tesco now sells the world’s fieriest chilli, while Asda sends buyers to Mexico. So is it the new ketchup?

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Is the tea party over? Hot beverages category report 2016 Subscription

01 Sep 2016 | By Emma Sturgess

The pound’s falling value since the EU referendum is forcing tea brands to review prices

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Gotta charge 'em all: Batteries Category Report 2016 Subscription

26 Aug 2016 | By Amy North

The Pokémon Go phenomenon has shown this is the year that power’s gone portable, offering the category new opportunities

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Flying the flag: Hot Desserts Category Report 2016 Subscription

18 Aug 2016 | By Robyn Vinter

British favourites spotted dick and jam roly poly are steaming ahead. Can their growth boost the wider hot desserts market

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21st century roast: Sunday Roast Category Report 2016 Subscription

18 Aug 2016 | By Kate Halliwell

Sunday roasts are on the wane as Brits enjoy their midweek chickens with a side of Netflix. How are retailers responding?

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What's behind the return of the independent butcher? Subscription

22 Jul 2016 | By James Halliwell

In 2016, after years of decline, the number of independent butchers went up for the first time on record

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AHDB launches video to 'set the record straight' on halal Video

08 Jul 2016 | By Carina Perkins

AHDB Beef & Lamb has launched a new video designed to set the record straight on the realities of halal slaughter

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Rising demand drives up yellowfin tuna prices Subscription

01 Jul 2016

Thai canneries have been increasing their imports of yellowfin tuna

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Salmon losses in Chile and Norway see global prices rising Subscription

12 May 2016 | By Carina Perkins

Global supplies are feeling the pinch from Chile’s toxic algae attack

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