Implied motion in food advertising – such as an image of juice being poured into a glass – may make food appear fresher and more appealing, according to a study published in Food Quality and Preference.
Chobani's long-running legal battle with rival Fage over its use of the term 'Greek yogurt' in the UK is seemingly at an end, after it was refused permission to launch a second appeal against a 2013 High Court injunction.
A senior UK judge upset AB InBev by making ‘unfortunate’ comments on the quality of Budweiser during an initial hearing relating to the firm’s trademark dispute with Budweiser Budvar, new court documents reveal.
The legal dispute between Ajinomoto and Asda over the right to call aspartame 'nasty' has taken a radical new turn following a Court of Appeal judgment effectively overturning last year's High Court ruling.
US Agro-food giant Cargill has confirmed that a $24 million
class-action lawsuit accusing the US food giant of price-fixing
will be settled following federal court approval. The end is now in
sight for a law suit that dates back nine...
In the US this week the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated
a seven-year-old civil lawsuit that alleges Archer Daniels Midland
and its rivals rigged what is today a $2.4 billion (€2.5bn) market
for the corn sweetener high-fructose...
US meat giant Tyson Foods has asked a Delaware court to throw out a
landmark ruling on its merger with IBP Inc. as the country's
largest producer of beef, chicken and pork seeks ammunition in a
legal tussle with shareholders...