oanne Knight has been named acting chief financial officer of Cargill. She will fill the role of Jamie Miller, who will step down on 13 January 2023.


Butterball has hired Tyson Foods lawyer Brett Worlow to be its new general counsel. Worlow most recently served as chief counsel and assistant corporate secretary at Tyson. He succeeds Butterball’s former general counsel and chief risk officer, Suzanne Griffin.


JBS USA has reached an agreement to acquire certain assets from TriOak Foods, a Midwest-based grain marketer and pork producer, for an undisclosed amount.

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Only weeks after Cherkizovo acquired egg production company JSC Bashkir Poultry Farm, it reached an agreement to divest of it.

HK Scan

HKScan has sold its Baltic subsidiaries to Estonia-based food company, Maag Grupp, for the Eur 90 million.

Kerry Group

Bruce Brown is the new vice president of supplements in North America for Kerry after 20 year of commercial experience, bringing together Kerry’s portfolio of wellness ingredients, proteins, enzymes and taste technologies for customers in the United States and Canada.

Tyson Foods

Scott Spradley, executive vice president and chief technology and automation officer, has left the company.

Wens Foodstuff

2022 Chicken sales of 33.9 Bn Yuan IN 2022, up 18.1% YoY and Hog sales were 41.1 Bn Yuan, up 51.3% YoY.

Charoen Pokhand

CP Foods is leveraging blockchain technology into its digital food traceability system for fresh pork and chicken products.

Beyond Meat

Shares of Beyond Meat advanced 4.06% to $14.61 Tuesday, on what proved to be an all-around positive trading session for the stock market. This was the stock’s sixth consecutive day of gains. 

Impossible Foods

Impossible Foods named CPG veteran Sherene Jagla as its first chief demand officer. Jagla has more than 25 years experience in the CPG space. She was senior vice president and general manager at Newell Brands.

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Bunge plans to spend $550M on protein concentrate plant facility in Indiana to make key ingredients used in the production of plant-based foods, processed meat and other products.


Conagra’s Chief Executive Officer Sean Connolly said they have no plans to hike prices further on its snacks and frozen foods beyond the current quarter.


Mowi is the sponsor for a new cookery game show featuring top chef Gordon Ramsay. Ramsay will be accompanied as host by chefs Paul Ainsworth, who is a former protégé, and Nyesha Arrington, breakout star of Next Level Chef US. The winner will receive the £100,000 prize and a 12-month mentorship with the three chefs.

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Danone is being taken to court by three environmental groups who accuse it of failing to sufficiently reduce its plastic footprint. The environmental groups Surfrider, ClientEarth, and Zero Waste France, said they wanted the company to accept accountability for its plastic use.


Turkey’s Competition Authority has opened two in-depth investigations into Nestlé’s local subsidiary to determine if the company imposed a series of vertical restraints on distributors and exchanged confidential price information with rivals.


Maersk has added 10 ‘business leaders’ to its executive team under new CEO Vincent Clerc.

Joining the existing five members of the team are: Aymeric Chandavoine, president, Europe; Ditlev Blicher, president, Asia Pacific; Johan Sigsgaard, chief product officer – ocean; Karsten Kildahl, chief commercial officer & Latin America, Africa, and West-central Asia; Katharina Poehlmann, head of strategy; Keith Svendsen, CEO APM Terminals; Narin Phol, president, North America; Rabab Boulos, chief infrastructure officer; Rotem Hershko, chief product officer – logistics & services; and Silvia Ding, head of transformation.

The existing members are Caroline Pontoppidan, general counsel; Henriette Thygesen, chief delivery officer; Navneet Kapoor, chief technology & information officer; Patrick Jany, CFO; and Susana Elvira Meire, chief people officer.


The newly launched AMERICAS XL is the only direct service connecting the West Coast of South America to the East Coast of the United States. 

Hapag Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd will build a new transshipment terminal with an annual handling capacity of 3.3 million TEU in Damietta, Egypt. The terminal 2 will be located about 60 kilometres from the northern outlet of the Suez Canal, a location which Hapag-Lloyd said will boost its transshipments business in Damietta.

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