KOO, the country’s favourite canned food brand, has introduced a new range of curried mixed vegetables to the shelf, in Durban Curry and Cape Malay Curry sauces. In-line with the growing trend of meal convenience and the need for exciting flavours, KOO’s unique offering comes just in time for the cooler months that lie ahead. These iconic flavours aim to inspire moms and dads across the country to make comforting, delicious meals for their families.
Rhodes Food Group, producer of popular convenient baby and toddler food brand Squish, has launched an extended range to its Squish portfolio of 100% fruit and veg purees, and 100% fruit and veg pressed infant juices.
Being at the end of the food chain, retailers have the final responsibility to ensure perishable products sold to the consumer are safe and meet their quality requirements.
Clover's R4.7bn deal gets Competition Commission nod
22/07/2019 - 10:12
The Competition Commission has approved, with conditions, the R4.8bn sale of branded foods and beverages group Clover Industries to a consortium led by Tel Aviv-based Central Bottling Company, Clover said on Friday.
Nestlé finds a new way to sweeten chocolate without added sugar
18/07/2019 - 10:13
Nestlé SA has found a way to create chocolate without adding any sugar, relying on leftover material from cocoa plants for sweetening as consumers look for natural and healthier fare. The food company is using a patented technique to turn the white pulp that covers cocoa beans into a powder that naturally contains sugar.
Poultry body defends call for 82% chicken tariffs
12/07/2019 - 08:50
The South African Poultry Association (Sapa) has defended its decision to call for a hike in chicken imports tariffs to 82 percent, up from the current 37 percent.
Inflation accelerates slightly in May
19/06/2019 - 11:24
Inflation accelerated slightly to 4.5% in May, giving impetus to calls for an interest cut in July.
Trade body will have a bone to pick in poultry tarrif case
14/06/2019 - 09:30
Those with intimate knowledge of the tariff application say that ITAC's position is akin to a zero-sum game, where they may have to choose between exposing local poultry producers to cheap imports they cannot compete with, or raising consumer prices for poultry to impossibly high levels.
There's no truth to importers' threats about 'expensive' chicken
05/06/2019 - 08:58
Don't rely on the chicken importers for the facts. In a massive public relations exercise to turn opinion against higher import tariffs, they have relied on assertion, misdirection, misinformation, and bluster. Facts are few and far between.
Egg Films' & One Show awardee creates nostalgic new TVC for Cadbury
16/05/2019 - 09:45
Hot on the heels on a spate of accolades for his short film ‘Vuka’, including a merit certificate from the prestigious One Show, Egg Films' Zwelethu Radebe has drawn on memories of his childhood to create a new TVC for Cadbury that will tug on South Africa’s heartstrings.
Clover set to return to profit in year to June
13/05/2019 - 10:15
Clover, which makes dairy-based foods and beverages, says it will return to profit in the year ending June 2019 after making its first annual loss in more than a decade in the prior year.
How imports threaten survival of SA’s small chicken farmers
06/05/2019 - 14:39
The SA Poultry Association has warned that more local chicken farmers could soon go out of business due to cheap Brazilian imports.
Cheap imported butter is undercutting local brands
24/04/2019 - 11:31
South Africa has been a net importer of butter for years. In 2018, 85% of those imports came from as far afield as New Zealand, Denmark, Ireland, and the Ukraine.