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John Lewis cuts staff bonus
By New Statesman - 07 March 11:02

The retail group suffers a drop in profits.

Lowest shop price inflation in nearly two years
By New Statesman - 07 March 7:02

But food inflation rises to 4.2 per cent.

Strong UK high street sales surprise analysts
By Staff Writer - 17 February 13:14

ONS data shows retail sales have increased at fastest rate since April 2011.

Kellogg's buys Pringles for $2.7bn
By Staff Writer - 16 February 16:43

With the acquisition, Kellogg Company will be the world's number two snack company.

InterContinental Hotel, Kiev.
InterContinental Hotels annual revenue surges
By Staff Writer - 14 February 9:40

Strong growth in the United States and China.

Global Consumer Foodservice Survey 2011: Trends in Workplace Catering and Consumer Expenditure
By NS Admin - 30 January 7:24

Similarly, the most used facilities worldwide were ‘hot drinks machines, with a high frequency of use in 90% of countries surveyed, and ‘on-site coffee or tea shops’, with a high frequency of use in 60% of countries surveyed.

India: The Future of Foodservice to 2015
By NS Admin - 30 January 7:11

During the period, foodservice industry growth in the country declined from 13.3% in 2007 to 6.7% in 2009. Nonetheless, the Indian foodservice industry is expected to recover to reflect the stabilizing economy in India.

Brazilian Manufacturer Survey of Foodservice Product Demand Growth in 2011–2012
By NS Admin - 30 January 6:48

The report also provides access to information categorized by product categories and foodservice channels. It also identifies the top and bottom product markets in different channels based on projections of demand by manufacturers.

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Leading North American Convenience Stores, Neighborhood Stores and Gas Stations Company Benchmarking Analysis Report
By NS Admin - 30 January 6:00

In 2010, the top ten convenience stores, neighborhood stores and gas stations had a market share of 51.0%. Similarly, the top five public convenience stores, neighborhood stores and gas stations, which are included in the peer group, had market share of 20.4%.

Leading Middle East and African Clothing, Footwear, Accessories and Luxury Goods Retailers Company Benchmarking Analysis Report
By NS Admin - 30 January 5:45

The key retail chains operating in the market are Mr Price, Foschini, Truworths and Fawaz Alhokair. All four retailers are public and are included in the report.

Leading European Clothing, Footwear, Accessories and Luxury Goods Retailers Company Benchmarking Analysis Report
By NS Admin - 30 January 5:25

The market is dominated by retail chains based in Western Europe.

Global Packaging Industry Survey 2012: Trends and Opportunities in Packaging, Budget Allocation, Procurement and NPD
By NS Admin - 30 January 4:55

This report also benchmarks key packaging techniques and customized packaging solutions expected to be implemented across the global packaging industry.

Thorntons issues profit warning
By Grace Jennings-Edquist - 22 December 10:41

Shares in the chocolate company slump.

Sainsbury's reports 'record Christmas sales'
By Sirena Bergman - 12 January 11:38

Despite weather conditions, Sainsbury's sales overtook Asda, making the group second-largest grocer.

Supermarket expansion will create 32,000 jobs
By Sirena Bergman - 11 January 10:51

The big four of the supermarket sector are planning to creat thousands of new jobs.

Speculators drive up price of Christmas turkey
By New Statesman - 17 December 12:33

Turkey farmers forced to pay more for feed will pass costs on to consumers

Chadwicks creates UV flexo-printed sleeves for Aloevit energy drink
By New Statesman - 15 December 12:03

Aloevit is acclaimed to be the first energy drink in Europe that blends vitamins and amino acids wit

Beech-Nut introduces new new line of baby foods with General Mills Green Giant Vegetable brand
By New Statesman - 15 December 12:01

General Mills business unit director said company is proud to announce its licensing partnership wit

Whitbread likely to expand its Costa coffee chain stores
By New Statesman - 13 December 11:37

Costa expected to open another 1,000 stores

Overseas growth drives sales rise at Tesco
By New Statesman - 07 December 16:27

Overseas sales growth more than double the growth in domestic sales

Strauss Coffee acquires Russian coffee producer for $37m
By New Statesman - 30 November 11:39

Russian buy-out the latest in a string of acquisitions which have expanded the company eight-fold in

Universal Food Company expands presence in US
By Staff blogger - 30 November 11:32

Californian producer of meat snacks grew out of its original office space

Chevallier Brewing and Shepherd Neame unveil new Suffolk Blonde lager in UK
By New Statesman - 29 November 12:58

Chevallier Brewing Co also sells the Little Creatures range of Australian beers in the UK

Hacienda La Capilla launches $3.5m tequila bottle
By New Statesman - 29 November 12:54

Bottle is crafted by designer Fernando Altamirano

Austrian Wine Marketing Board relaunches website
By New Statesman - 29 November 12:50

The relaunch has been underway for more than two years

Orkla Brands plans to sell Norwegian bakery business
By New Statesman - 29 November 12:45

Bakers makes daily deliveries of bread, cakes and other bakery goods to grocery stores, petrol stati

New gourmet tea shop to open in New York
By New Statesman - 26 November 13:00

Tea shop owned by Brian Karwowski

Quaker Canada recalls Chewy Granola Bars Value Packs
By New Statesman - 26 November 12:59

The product has been distributed nationally

Burger King Canada introduces WHIPLASH WHOPPER
By New Statesman - 26 November 12:53

New sandwich available for a limited time only

Compass operating profit breaks through £1bn mark
By New Statesman - 25 November 11:23

Chief exec plans to propel growth by focusing on "mergers and acquisitions"

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