A third of British people buy food and beverage items as their favourite ‘little luxuries’ – while the Dutch are most likely to shun luxury products altogether, according to a global survey from Synovate.
With sales growth up and operating profit down in the second
quarter, Belgian supermarket and food group Delhaize serves up
another sign to processors that their western European market is in
Consolidation in the European salt industry continues as German
firm K+S mounts discussions with Belgium's Solvay to buy its
minority stake in Europe's largest salt producer, the European Salt
Alleged corruption and insider trading in the cereals market led
the European Commission - in close co-operation with the European
Anti-fraud Office (OLAF), Brussels Prosecution Service and French
and Dutch police - to arrest an official...
The Benelux operation of Fiske Food Ingredients, a distribution
business belonging to €4bn Dutch industrial chemicals group Univar,
has linked up with starch ingredients company Avebe to distribute
the co-operative's full range...
Food and drink products have often been at the heart of trade
disputes between countries, but in recent years they have become
not the reason for these disputes but rather weapons wielded by
politicians. The US call for a boycott...