Health secretary Andrew Lansley has launched a stinging attack on leading supermarket companies, accusing them of failing to take the Government¹s Responsibility Deal seriously enough.
Unilever has been handed a fine worth £200,000 by Chinese authorities for announcing imminent price rises. The fmcg giant was accused of “seriously distorting market order” after it warned customers that the price of washing powder was set to rise.
As the global food market continues to change, both sides of the farm gate need to be taking collaboration more seriously. Julia Glotz reports. As rallying cries go, 'greater collaboration between the food and farming industries' may not sound like the stuff of revolution but could well be the difference ...
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