All news articles for July 2004

Growth of FABs slips

Growth of FABs slips

Pace for flavoured alcoholic drinks slowing down in Europe's
largest market - the UK - after the explosive growth witnessed in
2001, with the FABs moving into mainstream and as such losing the
more discerning consumer.

Eggs good for the eyes?

Eggs good for the eyes?

Regular consumption of lutein-enriched eggs could provide the body
with protective levels of this antioxidant widely believed to help
fight degenerative eye diseases, suggests a small study from the
US.

Sales creep up for IFF

Sales creep up for IFF

Weak sales of fruit preparations hit European sales for number two
flavours group International Flavours and Fragrances (IFF) with the
firm reporting an overall drop in sales for the region but growth
elsewhere keeps firm on track...

Interbrew bites back

Interbrew bites back

In reaction to the continued buy up of shares in Sun Interbrew
by a Russian investment company, parent company Interbrew has responded by announcing measures to
control the sale of voting shares. The move has been made in an
effort...

Ahold sales fall again

Ahold sales fall again

Ahold's management remains stoically bullish about the Dutch
retailer's chances of recovering from the double whammy of fraud
and poor performance, but the company's latest set of results show
that the journey is likely...

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