The near impossibility of imposing a sugar tax was one of four reasons why a tax would not limit sugar consumption or obesity, according to Food and Drink Federation (FDF) director general Ian Wright.
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By Mike Stones
Source: Food Manufacture
Kellogg Europe has invested €140 million (US$168.5 million) in manufacturing capacity to meet the increasing demand for snack brand Pringles with a new production line in its Polish factory opening ahead of time.
The owner of Philadelphia cream cheese and Heinz Ketchup had predicted flat-to-positive organic net sales growth, but today it reported 2.5% organic growth for the quarter.
The deal will see OFI’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Olam Holdings, acquire the US spice group from private equity firm Kainos Capital and Olde Thompson’s management shareholders.