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New Zealand gas leak sparks fears over production losses

Gas leak sparks fears over food production losses

By Nilpa Shah

A gas leak on New Zealand’s upper North Island forced the closure of many food factories in the affected area, stifling production and increasing concerns for the country’s economy.

GOED enters the fast-growing Asian omega-3 market

Global association for omega-3s ventures into Asia

By Kacey Culliney

Asia is the fastest growing omega-3 market and global association, GOED, plans to cultivate a responsible market through education and quality controls, with a specific focus on China.

Walmart China reopens but can it regain consumer trust?

Walmart China reopens its stores

By Kacey Culliney

Walmart China’s doors will reopen to the public today, following the two week closures of its stores during an investigation into allegedly mislabelling regular pork as organic.

Chinese favour chocolate-strawberry flavour

Opportunities for smaller companies in Chinese chocolate market

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

Foreign firms are the biggest players in a rapidly growing chocolate confectionery market in China – but a fragmented market means there are opportunities for smaller companies, according to a new report from Datamonitor.

PepsiCo brings back the veterans

PepsiCo brings back the veterans

By Ankush Chibber

Six years after it abandoned them, PepsiCo has announced the relaunch of its flavoured colas in the Mumbai market, with an inclination to expand the launch to the rest of India has well.

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