The Netherlands’ biggest retailer, Albert Heijn, has pledged to reduce the sugar in its private label products by between 10 to 40% and will introduce a colour-coded branding system for its soft drinks.
Retailers pledge to change misleading products as 13,000 Dutch consumers vote for the worst offender of 2015, but as branded manufacturers have remained silent experts warn they should not become complacent.
A new healthy food logo is launching in The Netherlands, replacing the Dutch version of the Choices logo and retailer Albert Heijn’s clover logo that were previously used on products – with a new set of scientific criteria developed by an independent...
Laurus, the Dutch retail group, has made its third set of price
cuts in two weeks, with a further 230 items at the Edah chain
benefiting from the reduction. But the company faces a difficult
few months, trying to find the right balance...
Albert Heijn, the flagship supermarket business of troubled
retailer Ahold, is to slash the prices of a wide range of food
products by as much as 30 per cent in a belated attempt to win back
consumers. But will this be enough to tempt...
Embattled Dutch retail chain is facing a new investigation to add
to the ones currently being carried out by the US authorities. But
this probe is much closer to home, being carried out by the public
prosecutor in Amsterdam.
Who is stronger - the retailer or the supplier? When the two
parties in question are Ahold and Unilever, that is not an easy
question to answer, but a dispute between the two companies over
annual supply agreements may provide the...