Food and beverage companies in Singapore are being encouraged to register products with particular geographic-related characteristics with the recently-launched Singapore Geographical Indications (GI) Registry to protect their interests and boost consumer...
From store design to product selection, Japanese convenience store giant Lawson has made great strides in transforming its stores to cater to the country’s increasingly elderly population, including one-stop healthcare shops especially tailored to their...
Saudi food conglomerate Almarai has reported a drop of 11.9% in second-quarter profits this year to SAR 582.5 million (US$155 million) compared to the corresponding quarter in 2018, attributing this to the performance drop in its dairy and juice category.
Faced with falling retail sales, the chief executive of Nani’s Frozen Foods - a small baked confectionery business in northern Malaysia - changed tack and is now achieving success in the halal-OEM market, with Japan her main focus.
Coca-Cola India has launched its first-ever beverage targeting sports hydration, which it claims will provide ‘that powerful push required’ for sports activities due to a special formulation of minerals.
Dairy giant Yili Group has retained its position as the most valuable food brand in Asia and third most valuable brand in the world, according to Brand Finance’s annual report on the most valuable food and soft drink brands published in July 2019.
Health ingredients firm Diana Foods has its eye on further expansion into the Chinese market, banking on a rapid shift towards consumer health awareness backed by governmental policies focusing on improving food safety and quality.
After launching its Asia business in Singapore and Hong Kong in 2014, swiftly followed by Vietnam and Thailand, Aussie craft gin brand Four Pillars is now seeking to build its name in the altogether different environment of Japan’s capital.