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Major US retailers pull 22-ounce J&J baby powder from shelves

Retailers are being extra cautious with how they deal with J&J’s voluntary recall.

Zero-sugar drinks and smaller cans drive Coca-Cola revenue

Customers take to smaller-sized cans and no sugar drinks prompting an upbeat forecast for the soft drinks giant.

Fonterra: Too early to discuss job impact from organisational changes

Fonterra told employees it was scrapping bonuses and freezing pay hikes of about 7,000 employees.

Asahi buying Carlton & United for $16b

Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest brewer, has agreed to sell Carlton & United Breweries to Japan’s Asahi.

Kraft Heinz forecasts gloomy 2019, writes down value of iconic brands

The FMCG giant highlighted the tough environment for the packaged food industry.

GrainCorp wants details on $2.38b LTAP bid

Earlier this month the bulk grain handler received a buyout proposal for $10.42 per share.

Marlboro maker in talks to acquire Canadian cannabis company

A deal would mark one of the largest combinations between mainstream tobacco and the booming marijuana sector.

Dairy firm sells cheese-backed bond

Wheels of Parmesan used to guarantee six million euros in mini-bonds.

Nestle suffers loss in slavery case

Supreme Court refuses to dismiss child slavery case against food giant.

Shots fired in UK supermarket price wars

British supermarkets fight to keep customers from defecting to Aldi, Lidl.

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