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JAPAN: Ezaki Glico forecasts higher FY profits Wed, 22 May 2013 10:14:00 GMT Source: just-food.com Japan-based food group Ezaki Glico has forecast an increase in profits in its current financial year after a mixed performance in the previous 12 months.
S AFRICA: Input costs hit Pioneer H1 profits Wed, 22 May 2013 10:58:00 GMT Source: just-food.com South Africa's Pioneer Food Group has booked lower underlying half-year profits, affected by higher input costs and weak consumer confidence.
FRANCE: Horsemeat firm Fraisnor to close Wed, 22 May 2013 15:29:00 GMT Source: just-food.com French food firm Fraisnor, one of the companies at the centre of the horsemeat contamination saga, is to be wound up.
CHINA: Arla positive about Mengniu's Danone JV Wed, 22 May 2013 17:26:00 GMT Source: just-food.com Arla Foods has insisted there is "no conflict" between its venture with Mengniu and the Chinese dairy's planned new partnership with Danone.
BRICs and beyond: Hard-headed Danone makes fresh China yoghurt foray Wed, 22 May 2013 13:37:00 GMT Source: just-food.com Danone is to make another attempt to tap into the booming demand for fresh dairy products in China. The French food group is teaming up with Chinese dairy giant Mengniu, the largest yoghurt producer in the country. However, the two companies' previous attempt as a venture ended after just a year. Can Danone succeed this time? Dean Best reports.