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New China import rules bring headaches for food and beverage makers

"We're heading for major disruptions after Jan. 1," said a Beijing-based diplomat from a European country who is assisti...

P&G faces shortage of recycled plastic in race to meet sustainability goals

Global supply chain issues are making obtaining environmentally sound packaging materials more difficult.

Nestle trims L’Oreal stake with $10 billion sale

L'Oréal stock ended Tuesday up 3.96 percent at 424.8 euros while Nestle gained 0.1 percent to 121.9 Swiss francs.

Mondelez falls short in China with Zero-sugar Oreos pitch

Initial reaction from the launch of Oreo Zero sugar-free cookies in China has been disappointing, Mondelez International...

French wine lovers wash away climate and Covid-19 worries with new Beaujolais

"It's a nice little wine. It's not the biggest grand cru, obviously, but it is pleasant and not very expensive," said Fe...

Amazon’s quarterly forecast disappoints as labour, supply issues mount

After a year of blockbuster results, the world's largest online retailer is facing a tougher outlook.

Woolworths settles 2019 class action over underpaying staff

The total payment under the class action settlement will land at an estimated $50 million.

A2 Milk faces lawsuit over allegations of providing misleading forecasts

A2 Milk Co Ltd said on Wednesday Australian law firm Slater and Gordon has filed a class action lawsuit against the dair...

Treasury Wine Estates raises a toast for 2022 with bets outside China

The company "is positive on outlook across its key markets outside mainland China" for fiscal 2022.

Retail coffee prices to climb as frost and freight costs bite

"Roast and ground has only coffee and a bit of packaging. Your coffee at Starbucks might not go up as much cause you pay...

Coffee prices surge to seven-year high

Coffee trees are extremely sensitive to frost, which can cause severe damage and even kill trees completely.

Insight: How stranded and shattered seafarers threaten global supply lines

"I've seen grown men cry," says Captain Tejinder Singh, who hasn't set foot on dry land in more than seven months and is...

Unilever picks a battle with Israel over Ben & Jerry’s West Bank pledge

Israel has warned consumer goods giant Unilever of "severe consequences" from a decision by subsidiary Ben & Jerry's to ...

India’s Reliance Retail to buy Just Dial for $469 million

The deal will help Reliance get access to Just Dial's massive merchant database that spans across the country.

Beyond Meat opens JD store, as Chinese remain wary of meat substitutes

Expanding into the retail segment by selling on JD will help Beyond Meat reach a wider audience in China, which is incre...

Fonterra sells stakes in two Chinese farms

Fonterra, which owns 51 per cent of the two farms, said the sale is not subject to any regulatory approvals and is uncon...

Amazon launches Pharmacy subscription offer in US

Customers can pay as low as $1 per month for select medications, including drugs to treat diabetes and blood pressure, a...

Brands defend Malaysia’s Brightway over slavery allegations

Even so, the executive summary of each report concluded: "There is no forced, bonded or involuntary prison labour hired ...

Australia wine exports to China almost wiped out

Australian winemakers shipped just A$12 million ($9 million) of wines to China in the four months from December to March...

Coca-Cola the latest global brand to ‘Adopt a Park’ in Brazil rainforest

Coca-Cola Co on Wednesday agreed to sponsor a protected reserve in the Amazon rainforest, joining beer maker Heineken an...