Tunisia’s milk shortage leaves farmers poor and the public angry

Farmers stuck between rising outlay and milk price cap Government caught between inflation fears and fiscal crisis Shelves empty as milk production plummets TUNIS, Nov 17 (Reuters) – Tunisian dairy farmer Maher Gizmir has sold nearly half his cows this year and reduced his daily output by 85%, adding to a shortage of milk around … Read more

In Britain’s inflation crisis, healthy diets are a casualty

LONDON, Oct 28 (Reuters) – Fresh vegetables and fish are falling off the menu. Packaged pizzas and processed meat are the dishes of the day. Many British households are turning away from healthier foods as rampant inflation pushes them towards cheaper processed meals, according to consumer data and experts who are worried about the nation … Read more

Danone to shed Russian dairy business with 1 bln euro write-off

Danone to transfer control of dairy business in Russia Russian dairy unit accounts for 90% of Russian operations Danone may keep stake in dairy business – source Many Western food cos continue to supply basic goods to Russia PARIS, Oct 14 (Reuters) – French food company Danone (DANO.PA) will shed control of its dairy food … Read more