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‘It’s a natural evolution’: Why TikTok’s push into fresh food makes sense

‘It’s a natural evolution’: Why TikTok’s push into fresh food makes sense

Earlier this month, social video platform TikTok expanded its UK TikTok Shop offering to allow customers to buy fresh food directly through the platform.  UK food brands such as Pasta Evangelists, The ...
ACCC clears Woolworths acquisition of MyDeal
J&J to end global sales of talc-based baby powder
A Good Time bar none: Who Gives a Crap launches new brand
The three ways grocery shopper behaviour is changing right now

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Ansell, Kimberly-Clark sued over supplier’s alleged labour abuse

Kimberly-Clark said the lawsuit was "completely without merit."
Inside Retail & Brandwell

Without purpose, modern-day brands will struggle to succeed

Are too many FMCG brands focused on the product itself at the expense of the purpose behind their brand and their point ...

Five minutes with Nikhil Daftary, MD at Moments Condoms

The head of the male contraception maker discusses the company’s mission of empowering women to take charge of sexual pr...

Snickers maker apologises for advert suggesting Taiwan is a country

Mars Wrigley later published an apology on its Snickers China Weibo account.

Anya Hindmarsh reimagines British grocery classics as ice cream

At a pop-up store people can taste 14 ice cream flavours based on “cult” British grocery products including Kikkoman Soy...

KFC and Hype team up in branded fashion drop

Customers can also purchase accessories such as the KFC Drinks Bag and Bucket Bag.

From self tanning to sun care: How Australian Glow is taking on the US

According to founder Elizabeth Agresta, the business started off focused purely on providing natural tanning solutions, ...
Grocery price hike: Aussies are buying less as price rises bite

Grocery price hike: Australians are buying less as rises bite

“People are buying fewer items to try and keep costs static,” said Megan Treston, MD at NielsenIQ, Pacific.

“No bells and whistles”: Inside Metcash’s new value-based supermarket

With inflation biting both customers and businesses, Metcash’s new Supa Valu chain seeks to deliver a simplified, afford...

Liquor Marketing Group buys loyalty marketing company

LMG supports 1400 independent operators in the liquor market under banners including Bottle Mart, SipnSave, Harry Brown ...

Rising inflation prompts ‘radical changes’ in how Australians spend

Of the 1005 Australians surveyed, 36 per cent of respondents believe rising costs will mean they will have less to spend...

Red Rooster adds EV charging to its menu

“This is an ideal step towards our ambition to ensure no person in metropolitan Australia will be more than 5km from a f...

Sales rebound for Yowie Group as it works through supply-chain issues

"This has been a very successful year, especially in light of the current market environment," said Mark Schuessler, glo...

Lindt exec talks why Australia is such a strong test market

Here, we talk to Lindt Australia CEO Michael Schai about his time in the retail industry, as well as what the global bra...

Nestle raises growth outlook, eyes consumer reaction to price rises

Sales of confectionery – notably KitKat chocolate bars – and coffee increased but consumers bought fewer premium Nespres...