The Financial Times reports that victims of the Chinese milk contamination scandal will be able to sue (those that survived will, anyway) after a ruling in the country's top courts.
After news that Premier Foods is looking to raise hundreds of millions of pounds to shore up its balance sheet, the Daily Telegraph suggests that private equity group Warburg Pincus could be in the frame to help out.
The Telegraph also reports that Tesco refused to sell wine to a middle-aged woman in case she gave it to her daughter.
The Daily Mail takes a look at the Thanet Earth project – and manages to get the word ‘Frankenfood’ in there… which is presumably a reference to mad scientists playing God rather German sausages.
And that’s your lot.