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Chicken sales continue to rise as world demand grows

Demand for chicken meat is showing no signs of declining, as poultry overtakes red meat consumption in markets around the world - including the United States and South Africa...

Issued by USA Poultry & Egg Export Council 1 day ago

Irresistible food offerings at this year's Decorex Durban

Samples of some of KwaZulu Natal's most irresistible food offerings will be available at the many gourmet food stations at Decorex Durban...

1 day ago

Shoprite recalls Farmer's Deli red viennas

Shoprite has announced that it has had to recall a batch of Farmer's Deli red viennas packed for the group from its perishable departments...

1 day ago

Impairments hit Famous Brands

The share price of Famous Brands fell as much as 12% in early trade on Thursday after the food services franchisor warned investors that it would make impairments of between R241m and R322m in its financial results for the year to February.

9 Mar 2018

Keyes Art Mile to launch artisanal food market

Keyes Art Mile in Rosebank will be launching a new monthly artisanal food market. The Pantry Market at Keyes will take place one Saturday every month and will offer small-batch, artisanal products; from olive oil and honey to fresh produce, charcuterie, confectionery, sourdough bread, and cut flowers.

9 Mar 2018

Coca-Cola to launch its first alcoholic drink in Japan

Coca-Cola plans to launch its first ever alcoholic drink in Japan, in a surprising departure for a US company identified with cola and other non-alcoholic beverages.

8 Mar 2018

Homestyle cooking conveniently Frozen for You

Karen Short, founder of established catering company By Word of Mouth, has developed a new range of convenient homestyle meals under the brand Frozen for You...

7 Mar 2018

Over 100 restaurants to participate in Restaurant Week SA

Restaurant Week South Africa 2018 will be held from 19 April-6 May 2018. During Restaurant Week South Africa, diners will have the opportunity to explore the country's top restaurants at a set price.

6 Mar 2018

FAWU to protest job losses in sugar and poultry industries

FAWU will be marching in Pretoria and Cape Town to protest the loss of jobs through illicit trade practices and inappropriate government policies to prevent these job losses...

5 Mar 2018

Fair trade at the core of Bean There's buying philosophy

Bean There Coffee, South Africa's first roaster of certified direct fair trade coffee, was launched on the back of the stock market crash in 2001, a 27,000-kilometre backpacking trip across two continents...

28 Feb 2018

New Coco Safar flagship store brings indulgent coffee bar and pâtisserie to Sea Point

With the abundance of juice cleanse diets, S.W.E.A.T 1000 and yoga classes, and not-so-humble fitspiration brag posts clogging up our diaries and social media timelines, it's sometimes deliciously rebellious to give a middle finger to #cleaneating and truly indulge.

By Ruth Cooper 28 Feb 2018

Pros and cons of the growing multi-unit franchising model

Multi-unit franchising is becoming a growing trend globally and in South Africa, meaning a single franchisee owns more than one outlet in different geographies...

27 Feb 2018

Spur founder to step down after half century

Spur Corporation executive chairman Allen Ambor will step down in a year's time after spending 51 years at the company he founded...

27 Feb 2018

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Classism in South Africa: What's happening in our shops?

Arguably one of the most feel-good movie shop scenes has to be in Pretty Woman when Julia Roberts' character returns to the shop where she was previously refused service and utters those famous words "You refused to serve me yesterday. You work on commission, right? Big mistake. Big. Huge! I have to go shopping now!" Don't we all wish we could have a moment like this when we are unfairly judged?

By Devan Moonsamy 4 hours ago

British designer Kim Jones takes over at Dior Homme

PARIS, France - British designer Kim Jones said on Monday that he was taking the reins at Dior Homme two months after quitting Louis Vuitton.

6 hours ago

Zara and H&M shore up defences as internet threatens

CORUNNA, Spain - Logistics investments, new technology ... Faced with fierce online competition from the likes of Amazon, affordable fashion giants Zara and H&M are shoring up their defences, trying to use their stores to boost internet sales.

1 day ago

Nike cites 'conduct' violations, top executive out

NEW YORK, USA - Sportsgear maker Nike on Thursday announced the surprise departure of top executive Trevor Edwards, who was considered a potential successor to the firm's CEO.

1 day ago

Toys 'R' Us packs up its playroom in the US

Toys 'R' Us Inc. is going out of business, shutting all of its 735 toy stores and Babies 'R' Us stores in the US after a failed turnaround. Approximately 33,000 jobs are expected to be affected by the liquidation.

By Lauren Hartzenberg 16 Mar 2018

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