Another leading shareholder in Unilever has hit out at the consumer group’s plan to relinquish its London headquarters and reorganise its corporate structure as opposition continues to mount before a key vote next month. David Cumming, chief investment officer at Aviva Investors, said the group will vote against Unilever’s exit UK. (The Times £)

Unilever’s plans to move its headquarters to the Netherlands have been dealt a blow after one its biggest shareholders said there is “only downside” from the decision (The Telegraph). Aviva Investors, which is the ninth biggest shareholder in Unilever with nearly 17million shares, said there is ‘no upside’ in the move and investors ‘may be forced to sell their stock’ as a result (The Daily Mail).

Coca-Cola is considering developing a range of marijuana-infused beverages to help ease physical problems such as inflammation, pain and cramps (The Guardian). Coca-Cola is examining the market for cannabis-related products, adding further legitimacy to the nascent industry as decriminalisation of the drug spreads across North America (The Financial Times £). Company spokesman Kent Landers said no decision had been made to enter that specific market but admitted it was “closely watching” how the sector was evolving (Sky News).

Finsbury Food’s profits sunk last year after the company took a £12m hit when it closed an unprofitable bakery in West London (The Telegraph). The closure of its London bakery business after a sharp increase in the price of butter has driven down profits by two thirds at Finsbury Food Group, the manufacturer of Mary Berry-branded cakes (The Times £).

Cheese giant Dairy Crest said its largest two brands, Cathedral City and Clover, are going from strength to strength. The country’s biggest dairy company said “strong performances” from both brands meant first-half revenue would be ahead of that posted in the previous year. (The Telegraph)

The Times (£) looks at the weak share price performance of Dairy Crest, “a business seems to be going well”, concluding: “It must be frustrating for Dairy Crest, which is a perfectly respectable operator, albeit not a high-growth one, but there feels to be little in the near term that might propel the shares higher.”

The UK and France have reached a peace deal over the scallop wars between the two countries’ fishing fleets. British vessels under 15 metres will continue to be able to take scallops from the waters of the Baie de Seine but larger boats will stop fishing there from midnight on Monday until the end of 30 October. (Sky News)

Coffee producers are calling on leading companies including Nestlé, JAB Holdings and Starbucks to cover farmers’ costs as they struggle to make ends meet, with coffee prices tumbling to a 12-year low. (The Financial Times £)

Tom Hayes is stepping down as chief executive of Tyson Foods after less than two years on the job, the US’s biggest meat producer by sales said on Monday. (The Financial Times £)

McDonald’s workers walk out in 10 US cities over ‘sexual harassment epidemic’. Workers in 10 cities will walk out at lunchtime to highlight their struggle and call on the company to take action. (The Guardian)

Shares in Rallye, the parent company of French retailer Casino, jumped more than 7 per cent on Monday morning, after the group said it had locked in €500m in bank funding to strengthen its financial position. (The Financial Times £)

Lawyers acting for the former BHS owner Dominic Chappell should not be allowed to “muddy the water” with irrelevant information, the appeal against his pensions convictions has heard. (The Guardian)