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Ocado signs partnership with Kroger

Ocado signs partnership with Kroger

A partnership agreement between Ocado Group plc and The Kroger Co. has been announced. Ocado has signed a partnership agreement with Kroger under which Ocado's technology will be used in the US exclusively by Kroger for grocery and other food distribution related...

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Former Muller global CEO moves over to 2 Sisters Food Group

Former Muller global CEO moves over to 2 Sisters Food Group

Ronald Kers, the former global CEO of Muller, has been appointed chief executive officer of 2 Sisters Food Group and will officially take up the reins on 1st June. Kers brings with him more than two decades of experience at global food companies including Nestle and...

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‘Price is not a priority for consumers’ research reveals

‘Price is not a priority for consumers’ research reveals

New research from retail consultancy firm Newton indicates that when it comes to choosing a supermarket, price is not a priority for consumers. It’s reported that supermarkets believe ‘price is the priority’, however Newton’s research shows that only 27% of consumers...

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Brexit insight

Overseas-owned companies total 47% of UK food sector turnover

Overseas-owned companies are making up a substantial share of the UK food sector, accounting for nearly half (47%) of the turnover of the UK’s leading food companies. Research by the commercial law firm EMW shows this is a rise from 44% last year. Overseas owned...

Cod prices could rise 18% when UK leaves EU

Rabobank has warned the price of cod could rise by 18% should the UK leave the European Union without a free trade deal in place. The findings come from Rabobank’s latest report on the UK’s fishing industry, Fishing for Answers II. In the event of a hard Brexit, we...

Red Tractor urges Government to change future agriculture policy

With Red Tractor being a main foundation for British agriculture, it is urging the Government to ensure that food production is at the forefront and being made a priority. Jim Moseley, who is the CEO of Red Tractor Assurance, expresses his thoughts that food...

Risk of rising food bills after Brexit

Post-Brexit trade barriers threaten to disrupt the supply and costs of food products, according to a new report from the House of Lords’ EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee. The report, Brexit: food prices and availability, suggests that around 30% of food eaten...

Orderly trade system required after Brexit

The Government is running out of time to make negotiations for an “orderly trade system after the Brexit transition” which could risk a huge impact on the food industry. This is according to a report by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), which was...

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