Food and drink giants setting their own ethical standards

Mondelez International -the owner of chocolate brands Cadbury and Toblerone; Unilever, behind tea brands such as Lipton and PG Tips; and Barry Callebaut, the...

Pioneer shares tumble after shock news of CEO’s exit

Despite a reassuring tone in the accompanying Sens announcement, Pioneer’s shares were unceremoniously marked down almost 7% to a new 12-month low of R118. Roux...

It’s always better with CREMORA

The cook off, held at Nestlé’s test kitchen, celebrated the return of CREMORA’s original creamier, smoother taste. Key media including the Daily Sun, Sunday...

The four-step strategy to mobile advertising success

Mobile technology allows every single person globally to bridge the gap between their digital and physical worlds, allowing us to access anything we want...

No incentive payments for Woolworths executives

The executives and directors including CEO Ian Moir, are also missing out on share appreciation rights and part of their long-term incentives awarded in...

Coca-Cola donates more than $10m for famine relief in Africa Sahel...

The Coca-Cola Company and The Coca-Cola Foundation will contribute more than $1.2m in cash and in-kind donations to immediate relief efforts that will be undertaken across affected...

Coca-Cola Beverages SA adds 50 entrepreneurs to distribution network

The company held its annual two-day local distribution partner lekgotla at the Premier Hotel near OR Tambo on Thursday and Friday last week on 24 and...

Samsung still best loved brand amongst South African youth

The announcement was made as a finding of the Ask Afrika Icon Brands Survey for 2017/18, whose top honours were awarded to brands that...

Absa hops onboard City Sightseeing

The red double-decker City Sightseeing busses are world-renowned; these iconic open-topped busses act as travelling billboards and have an active and established presence taking...

DTI calls on food producers to participate in Gulfood Exhibition

Qualifying South African companies will be assisted through the DTI’s Export Marketing and Investment Assistance (EMIA) scheme, with the aim of increasing exports of...

Retailers, suppliers co-creating category plans to drive mutual growth

Greame Tulloch, South African MD of global customer science company, Dunnhumby says, “What is essential in category assessment is understanding what is important at...

Farm to fork: Why farmers need to stay on top of...

...it is one value chain with the farmer at the beginning and the consumer at the end. Strategically, it is crucial to be informed...

New venture may shake up shopping malls

Shoprite CEO Pieter Engelbrecht said this week: "If you look at all the brands that are currently in the company and you add ours,...

The perfect match

It’s also a leading player in the wide-mouth PET jar market and a market leader in hotfill technology for PET bottles.  Furthermore, the Mpact Wadeville...

Woolworths expands food division but clothing remains biggest profit driver

The retail group reported on Thursday morning that overall revenue for the 52 weeks to June 25 grew 3.7% to R69bn. While its food division...

Innovation, product diversification drives forecourt retail growth

In South Africa, this market is led by FreshStop at Caltex, the largest and fastest growing 24-hour convenience store retail brand, which has opened...

PICS: Inside Shoprite’s giant new distribution centre

It consolidates the activities of five different distribution centres spread throughout Cape Town and provides jobs for about 3 500 people at the facility...

Engen Pitch & Polish programme back in cities, towns across SA

Failing often and an acceptance of failure, as an inevitable part of the process, and then rising stronger, is the premise on which the...