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Thai firm buys Bumble Bee in $1.5bn deal

Dec 21 2014 14:23

Bumble Bee Seafoods, a leading North American branded packaged seafood company, is being acquired by Thai Union Frozen group for $1.51bn.


SA lowers wheat output forecast

Dec 19 2014 21:15

The SA crop estimates committee has slightly lowered its 2014 wheat output forecast because of smaller yields in the Western Cape.


Oceana Group acquires Foodcorp

Dec 19 2014 17:49

The Competition Appeal Court has given Oceana the green light to acquire Foodcorp's fishing business for R400m.


Marine protection campaign launched

Dec 19 2014 10:32

The department of agriculture, forestry and fisheries has kicked off its annual festive season marine protection awareness campaign.


Big Chinese opportunity for W Cape winery

Dec 19 2014 10:08

A Chinese businessman has purchased a majority stake in a Western Cape winery because of the big opportunity he sees for this region's wine in China.


Best olive oils in SA honoured

Dec 17 2014 13:18

South Africa's top extra virgin olive oils were honoured at the 2014 Absa Top 5 Olive Oil Awards.


KWV takes on SA white spirits market

Dec 15 2014 21:11

KWV is set to take on the white spirits market as the new, exclusive distributor of two international brands.


Eskom power cuts hit agriculture

Dec 09 2014 16:18

Agriculture, with a large component of seasonal workers, is suffering from inadequate electricity supply and load shedding.


Whisky's increased profile in Japan

Dec 04 2014 12:45

Yamazaki's Single Malt Sherry Cask 2013 trumped more than 1 000 challengers to be named the world's best whisky in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2015.


James wins wine writer competition

Dec 02 2014 17:33

Tim James, South African wine writer and associate editor of the Platter Wine Guide has won the 2014 Du Toitskloof South African Wine Writer Award.

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Illovo earnings drop on global price dip

Dec 01 2014 09:23

Illovo Sugar has reported a 10% decline in first-half earnings due to lower sugar production and depressed global prices.


Indian firm buys 60% into Zim-listed firm

Nov 24 2014 13:20

India's Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company has bought into Zimbabwean cotton seed producer Quton Seed, giving a welcome boost to technology in the sector.

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