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Nestlé growth slows but market backs it for second half Subscription

22 Aug 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

Troubles in China, deflation in Western markets and soft commodity prices ate into Nestlé’s first-half growth this week

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City snapshot: Nestlé reports first half organic growth of 3.5% Subscription

18 Aug 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

Nestlé (NESN) has undershot analyst expectations by reporting first half organic sales growth of 3.5% to CHF43.2bn, plus full year results from Treasury Wine Estates and all the rest of today’s news from the City.

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Cereal Partners launches healthier breakfasts campaign Subscription

16 Aug 2016 | By Daniel Selwood

On-pack flashes and shelf barkers will appear for 12 products in the Shreddies and Cheerios ranges

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Brands keep it simple with focus on money-off deals Subscription

30 May 2014 | By Vince Bamford

When it comes to promotions, keeping it simple is the name of the game right now…

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New suppliers are kept out but it should be open to all Subscription

28 Sep 2016 | By David Sables

How is it that Waitrose has captured the market in being approachable to new suppliers?

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Trading ninjas in Morrisons are not invisible to the GCA Subscription

07 Jul 2016 | By David Sables

So something good DID come of the Tesco investigation

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