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First Coles Local in NSW opens in Sydney’s Rose Bay

Premium products take centre stage at Coles Local Rose Bay.

J&J discontinues talc baby powder in US and Canada as lawsuits mount

J&J said it would wind down sales of the product, which makes up about 0.5 per cent of its US consumer health business, in the coming months.

Zammit Ham convicted of safety breach after employee sustained serious injury

The NSW meat company has been convicted and fined for breaching the Work Health and Safety Act after an incident at its Pendle Hill worksite.

Supermarkets pin hopes on value and convenience to keep sales strong

Coles goes big on value, while Woolies ramps up convenience as supermarkets seek to avoid a dip in sales.

Coles extends direct milk contracts to SA and WA

Under the sourcing model for Coles Brand milk, the retailer deals directly with farmers on price, which was previously set by the processor.

From the ground up: Vegan cheese business flies high stateside

Grounded Cheese co-founder Veronica Fil shares the story of the plant-based cheese brand that caught the attention of US investors.

Trend towards in-home dining set to stay as restrictions ease, UBS says

In-home eating is expected to remain at elevated levels post COVID-19, with value and innovation driving results.

JD.com to showcase NZ food products to Chinese consumers

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) and JD.com have teamed up to showcase New Zealand products to Chinese consumers in new shopping festival.

Farmer and food delivery service team up to provide refugees with fresh food

EASI and Velisha Farms will donate 50 Harvest boxes to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) in Melbourne.

PepsiCo launches direct-to-consumer site in the US selling pantry staples amid pandemic

PantryShop.com and Snacks.com were developed in-house by PepsiCo’s e-commerce team after less than 30 days in developement.