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Which food commodity prices are still rising?

Costs of production could hinge on energy supplies as concerns grow about winter gas rationing in Europe. As 2021 wound down, the outlook for the world’s food commodity markets was grim. Over a year..

Talks to resume Ukraine’s export weighs?

The US wheat prices fell over the past month amid talks in late May to reopen key Ukrainian export channels following months of blockade in the Black Sea. The prices have previously spiked to record..

Committee calls over labour shortages

The UK government is accused of 'failing to understand' the needs of the food sector due to the current labour shortages. A committee of MPs has accused the Government of not grasping the severity of..

M&S trials refillable range of homecare cleaning products

M&S is making its own-label cleaning and laundry products refillable in an effort to reduce plastic packaging.

Lloyds Pharmacy extends Deliveroo tie-up to 150 stores

Lloyds Pharmacy has extended its partnership with Deliveroo to offer delivery from a total of 150 stores across the UK.

Walmart to recruit UK sellers to US online marketplace

UK sellers will be able to use Walmart’s US supply chain infrastructure and expertise to offer two-day delivery to most of the US

Sainsbury’s and Tesco respond to cost of production crisis

The move follows growing farmer unrest that supermarket-aligned milk pools are not keeping up with market averages. It means there is a bit of a knock on effect in the sustainability in the food..

Lidl to take Tesco to court over logo battle

Lidl has said its background, a blue square containing a yellow circle with a thin red line, is a ‘wordless trademark’ Supermarket rivals Lidl and Tesco are set to face off in court after the German..

Rape seed oil prices surge by up to 100% amid ongoing Ukraine conflict

Rape seed oil prices are soaring by up to 100% in the mults amid the ongoing Ukraine conflict.

Tesco rapped by ad watchdog for plant-based products

According to the Advertising Standards Agency, the chain made misleading and unsubstantiated claims about their plant- based range being more environmentally friendly than their meat counterparts.

Mars vegan chocolate bars delisted by UK Supermarkets

It was revealed this week by the grocer that Mars’ entire range of vegan chocolate bars has been delisted from Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons.

BRITISH cheese producer TO CHANGE SET UP

Specialist cheese firm forced to ‘switch the light out’ on sales to Europe. There are many different British cheeses, including stilton cheese, winchester cheese and washed-rind cheeses.