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David Potts March 17, 2015 The Age Australians are sending an estimated $20 billion a year overseas without even buying anything. The money isn’t destined for Swiss bank accounts or the Bahamas. It’s being sent back mostly to family members...

SEAN POULTER 20 March 2015 THE DAILY MAIL Aspartame, the controversial sweetener linked to a range of health problems, does not cause harm. A study commissioned by Britain’s food watchdog found eating the sweetener had no impact on the body...

March 10, 2015 Inside FMCG Australian frozen dessert and beverage manufacturer, Frosty Boy Australia, has flagged product innovation as key focus for the company following the launch of its beverage range, The Art of Blend. Frosty Boy specialises in producing...

Christopher Hope 11 Mar 2015 Telegraph UK Chris Grayling, the Justice secretary, was one of more than 100 Conservative who voted against plans to force tobacco manufacturers to sell cigarettes in plain packets in the House of Commons on Wednesday...

Paul Cockerton , Graeme Evans 12 March 2015 Mirror UK The chain has been hit by falling sales while it also wrote down the value of its store estate in the face of tough market conditions Supermarket Morrisons will close...

Graham Ruddick Telegraph UK John Lewis bonus could remain under pressure after falling to lowest level in 12 years as Waitrose battles drama in the grocery industry The John Lewis Partnership has cut its bonus to the lowest level for...

Marilyn Odesser-Torpe March 5, 2015 Convenience store decisions COFFEEWhile some c-stores are adding barista-staffed bars to compete in the coffee arena, most are finding simpler ways to make brew buying a more personalized experience for their customers. With about 11,000...

Linda Lisanti March 12, 2015 Convenience Store News CHICAGO — What will the foodservice offer at convenience stores look like in the year 2025? This question was a key point of discussion and concept development at the 2015 Convenience Store...

Madeleine Heffernan February 18, 2015 inShare Aldi Australasia chief executive Tom Daunt sees a clear niche for his chain’s discount format. Photo: Daniel Munoz Aldi’s rise and rise in Australia has delivered all the right headlines for a company that...

MARCH 13, 2015 “Did you save your yoghurt receipts from 2011?” “Did you save your yoghurt receipts from 2011?” Source: News Limited FRANTIC text messages between French CEOs about cottage cheese prices. Clandestine smoke breaks in a Left Bank apartment...

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