Samstag, 15. Juni 2024

Global Industry: EU Commission publishes retail food study

Hamburg. (bm) The European Commission has unveiled the results of a comprehensive study about the evolution of choice and innovation in food products in Europe during the last decade. The results show that the entry of new competitors always increases choice and innovation. In many Member States, retail markets are not overly concentrated, and the retailers´ bargaining power does not seem to have a negative impact on choice and innovation, the Commission supposes. Other topics of the week:

Title Region Date
Nestle: about salt reduction progress and opportunities (CH) Fri 10-10
After five o’clock: dinner and late-night occasions (US) Fri 10-10
Yum! Brands: Reports Third-Quarter EPS Growth of 3% (US) Thu 10-09
Cargill: reports first-quarter fiscal 2015 earnings (US) Thu 10-09
Bread, Pasta + Co.: Aldi USA introduces gluten free brand (US) Thu 10-09
General Mills Receives Clearance for Annie’s Acquisition (US) Wed 10-08
Diamond Foods: Builds Innovation Center in Oregon (US) Wed 10-08
PepsiCo: Names EVP Government Affairs (US) Wed 10-08
BBX Capital: Acquires Anastasia Confections (US) Tue 10-07
Morrisons: To Price Match The Discounters (UK) Tue 10-07
Domino’s Pizza Group: Progress in Germany slower than thought (UK) Mon 10-06
Krispy Kreme: CFO to Retire In Calendar Year 2015 (US) Mon 10-06
Competition: Commission publishes results of retail food study (EU) Sat 10-04
Innovation and Non-GMO Trends Will Help Bread Rise Again (US) Sat 10-04
Mondelez: to Build 90 Million USD Biscuit Plant in Bahrain (US) Fri 10-03
ADM: Completes Acquisition of Wild Flavors (US) Fri 10-03