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Kombucha’s potential reaches beyond millennials

By Rachel Arthur

While the US is the most developed market for kombucha, the category is growing in Europe with the drink’s natural and functional positioning ready to tap into health and wellness trends. But the evolution of the French, German and UK markets shows the...

Minister of Food and Agriculture Julia Klöckner and WBAE Chairman Harald Grethe BMEL/Mewes

Germany mulls introduction of mandatory climate and NutriScore labels

By Oliver Morrison

An influential advisory group in Germany has urged the government to introduce mandatory climate labels on foodstuffs to display the greenhouse gas emissions of products, as well as for a mandatory roll out of the as yet voluntary NutriScore labelling...

Avian influenza confirmed in Germany

Avian influenza confirmed in Germany

By Aidan Fortune

More than 10,000 birds have been destroyed in Germany following the confirmation of a case of highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N8).

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Hidden champions: Three German companies doing things differently

By Rachel Arthur

A wine cooperative that considers itself craft? A distillery that embraces mushroom flavours? And a juice company which isn't about juice? Labelled as 'hidden champions', these German companies are trying to do things a bit differently.

Tönnies and Dekon sign the memorandum of understanding for the new project in China

Tönnies launches joint venture in China

By Aidan Fortune

Meat processing business Tönnies Holding and the Dekon Group are launching a joint venture for a slaughter and butchering centre in the Sichuan region of China.

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