Danone, the maker of Evian and Volvic, is shedding 900 jobs, after a faltering performance in Europe.
Quorn, the meat substitute brand, is claiming that its sales have risen by up to 10% on the year in January, the month which witnessed the outbreak of the horsemeat scandal that forced Tesco to withdraw thousands of beefburgers from its shelves.
Thorntons, the struggling chocolate maker, predicts online sales to hit 10% of overall sales within the next three years, according to its chief executive.
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Costa Coffee claims it has benefited from the backlash against rival Starbucks over its corporation tax payments, after the chain reported a 7.1% leap in sales in the 13 weeks to 29 November.
Robinsons and Tango-marker Britvic has suffered a 19% drop in pre-tax profits, but claims the performance of its Fruit Shoot brand, which suffered a country-wide product recall this year, is back on track.
16 Nov 2012
| by Staff
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Groceries now ranks as the third-biggest online shopping category in the UK, following a surge in ecommerce uptake in the sector in the past two years.
Unilever is launching a novel marketing initiative that will involve families reducing their food bills and household rubbish, with the findings being fed into Unilever's future marketing plans.
18 Oct 2012
| by Ben Bold
Britvic's Fruit Shoot product recall accounted for a £12m year-on-year fall in the company's UK drinks sales from July to September, slashing nearly 2% off full-year sales, according to its full-year trading update.