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Unilever’s chief marketing boss to retire

Keith Weed announced his retirement on Friday following 35 years of service at the FMCG giant.

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Former Tesco directors cleared in $318 million fraud case

They were accused of wrongdoing to support the supermarket giant’s share price.

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Leeton brothers named Lion Growers of the Year

Orange growers’ commitment to the FMCG industry spanning over 50 years.

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AuMake to connect Australian brands with Chinese tourist market

Blackmores, a2 Milk, Swisse and Nature’s Way among the brands taking part.

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Tempus Two: A disruptor in the Aussie wine industry

Andrew Duff chats to Inside FMCG about embracing tech and pushing boundaries on the global stage.

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Arnott’s pulls at the heartstrings with latest campaign

“Open Something Real” brings people together to share real life connections.

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Costa Group GM to lead new berry industry group

Australian berry growers have joined forces to expand domestic and global markets.

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Australian wine industry’s leading females honoured

Mollydooker Wines’ Sarah Marquis and Kate Goodman of Goodman Wines took home top awards.

Photo source: Remedios Lucio

A fusion of Australian and Filipino food in Manila

Australian expat and YouTuber Chris Urbano shares his secrets to merging the two cuisines.

Photo credit: Patrick Fallon, Bloomberg

Procter & Gamble to overhaul corporate structure

FMCG giant to streamline management structure, reducing business units to six.

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