The G8 group of industrialised nations has pledged to pour billions into efforts to develop sustainable farming. The Financial Times reports.

The Guardian takes a look at the latest phase in the internal warring at Marks & Spencer, as does The Independent.

There’s also shareholder trouble afoot at Tesco, although the UK’s largest retailer has seen off protests over changes to its share option scheme. The FT has a gander, joined by The Independent.

An interesting line in the Daily Telegraph, which says shoppers at Wal-Mart will be able to vote for what products the US retail behemoth will stock. But surely that happens anyway due to something called ‘market forces’?

Meanwhile, the Daily Express suggests that two cups of coffee a day could help fight the onset of Alzheimer’s. The Indy has that story too.