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Unilever gained first mover advantage in Marmitegate spat

20 Oct 2016

Sir, It’s not as if there aren’t some upsides for Unilever in being “first mover” on the impact of sterling’s fall


Suppliers must prepare for cost pressures Subscription

20 Oct 2016

Sir, Fmcg suppliers need to be better prepared for potential cost price discussions with retail multiples

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Food suppliers are also working hard on waste

14 Oct 2016

Tackling food waste across supply chains is a key part of FDF’s Five-fold Ambition and new Ambition 2025 commitments

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Amazon's Fresh idea, Work together on waste

13 Oct 2016

Pension scheme deficits remain a sensitive topic in the sector

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The protein potential of plants Subscription

07 Oct 2016

Too few consumers appreciate that plants can be a source of protein

Focus on alcohol p2

Alcohol category report 2016

07 Oct 2016 Updated: 21 Oct 2016 | By Lisa Riley

The nation’s taste in booze is going upmarket. Just look at the boom in ultra premium craft spirits and sparkling wine, the two fastest growing sectors…

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Confectionery Category Report 2016

30 Sep 2016 Updated: 21 Oct 2016 | By Natalie Brown

Confectionery’s best brains are proving their mettle as the market continues to get battered by tectonic societal changes. 

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Sports Nutrition Category Report 2016

23 Sep 2016 | By Rob Brown

Fashion is cyclical. So are concepts of beauty. If one look can be said to have defined the 1990s, it is ‘heroin chic’  


With the remit of the Groceries Code Adjudicator set to be extended, who needs to be included?

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