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Irvins Salted Egg expands into the US via DTC route

Singaporean cult snack brand Irvins Salted Egg has expanded online in the US and launching at several Asian specialty stores.

Impossible Foods launches in supermarkets in Hong Kong, Singapore

Impossible Foods has launched through almost 200 grocery stores across Singapore and Hong Kong as the US-based plant-based meat pioneer moves from focusing on the food sector to the consumer market.

Kiwi dogs are loving possum meat

Possum meat gains popularity among Kiwi dog owners

Possum meat has become increasingly popular among Kiwi dog owners, recording a significant growth.

The end is nigh for Tab diet soda after 60 years

The Coca-Cola Company is to retire its Tab diet soda after 60 years as part of a global portfolio refresh.

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ASEAN-6 nations set to overtake China in dairy imports

Southeast Asia’s dairy sector is set to boom over the next decade.

Grocery giants commit to fight deforestation for palm oil, soy, paper production

Seventeen of the world’s largest consumer goods companies have formed a coalition to eliminate deforestation and forest degradation.

Canadian chain rolls out world-first pizza subscription service

Canadian fast-food chain General Assembly Pizza has launched what it claims is the world’s first online pizza subscription service.

Unilever to invest US$1bn to eliminate fossil fuels in cleaning products

Unilever, which has enjoyed a significant uptick in demand for its products during the coronavirus pandemic, has committed to a net zero emissions policy for its products by 2039.

Amazon adds Dash Cart and Alexa to its next-gen Fresh store in California

Amazon has opened its first Fresh store in Southern California, a next-gen concept introducing the Amazon Dash Cart and new Alexa features.

Walmart joins race for TikTok app as deadline looms

Walmart Inc says it is joining Microsoft in a bid for social media company TikTok’s US assets, revealing its plans hours after the video company’s chief executive said he would step down.