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Manufacturers launch an increasing number of nutritionally acceptable snacks, creating a new and seeming paradoxical segment: healthy snacks.
The International Private Label Yearbook reports that generic label market share (volume) in Europe continued to expand last year.
If there is one retailer in the UK that attracts interest and raises questions, it’s Ocado: this brand is still waiting for its first profits after 14 years of existence!
South Korea is the leading world market for food e-commerce owing to exceptional penetration. But France holds the number one position for growth.
Nielsen highlights the health of the small and medium companies which are developing in terms of both market share and supply. A study which goes against the prevailing thought!
1964 - 2014, TRENDS…FASHIONS…products.
The first SIAL was held in Paris in 1964.
How did we see the future of food at the time, and how has it gradually developed over the past five decades? The great innovations and services, major shifts, important issues and significant events that have marked our lives and made them simpler. A small snapshot into some giant advances!
A “retro-prospective” developed by SIAL Paris in collaboration with XTC World Innovation. Find out more at SIAL Innovation from 19 to 23 October 2014 (hall 6).
In the country of the “drive thru”, online grocery orders are not known as “drives” as in France, or “click and collect” as in England, but “pick-up”. And it is a term that is being used more widely since this form of trade is starting to take off. At long last!
Chinese pork products will replace banned pork exports from the West, which are unlikely to win back their place in the Russian market even if the present ban is lifted, according to Russia's meat products watchdog.
The French charcuterie industry federation published its annual balance sheet. A balance sheet from which there is a lot to learn... About society, about competitiveness in the industry and about retailer strategies!
The traditional ranking of world leaders in consumer food products by OC&C has delivered its verdict. Nestlé is still dominating the Top 50; but the event of the year was the appearance of a Chinese group in the ranking: Tingyi.
China's imported dairy products will exceed 20 percent growth in 2014 as continued urbanization pushes up demand and a lack of large dairy farms limits supply, a bank report said on Tuesday.