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Clover-Bowler deal 'makes sense' say analysts

A takeover of Bowler Metcalf's beverages business by Clover Industries would make strategic sense for the companies, analysts say.

By Nick Hedley 23 Jul 2014 11:26

Probe into Citrus Black Spot by government

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has launched an investigation to determine the causes of Citrus Black Spot (CBS) discovered in a consignment of exported lemons to the European Union (EU).

23 Jul 2014 11:00

Motorcycle Marvel is marvellous wine

The 2011 vintage of the Rhône style blend 'The Motorcycle Marvel' from Nederburg is out now, offering a blend of Grenache, Carignan, Shiraz, Mourvèdre and Cinsaut.

23 Jul 2014 10:31

Motorcycle Marvel is marvellous wine

The 2011 vintage of the Rhône style blend 'The Motorcycle Marvel' from Nederburg is out now, offering a blend of Grenache, Carignan, Shiraz, Mourvèdre and Cinsaut.

23 Jul 2014 10:31

SABMiller commits to sustainability targets

The SAB has committed to supporting half a million small businesses, world-class water efficiency and cutting total carbon footprint.

10 Jul 2014 10:15

Fast food restaurants more satisfying than full service ones

The South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) released its results in fast food and full service restaurants yesterday, 2 July 2014, which indicate that South Africans rate fast food restaurants higher in service than full service restaurants.

3 Jul 2014 14:50

Fast food restaurants more satisfying than full service ones

The South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) released its results in fast food and full service restaurants yesterday, 2 July 2014, which indicate that South Africans rate fast food restaurants higher in service than full service restaurants.

3 Jul 2014 14:50

Fast food restaurants more satisfying than full service ones

The South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) released its results in fast food and full service restaurants yesterday, 2 July 2014, which indicate that South Africans rate fast food restaurants higher in service than full service restaurants.

3 Jul 2014 14:50

Fast food restaurants more satisfying than full service ones

The South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) released its results in fast food and full service restaurants yesterday, 2 July 2014, which indicate that South Africans rate fast food restaurants higher in service than full service restaurants.

3 Jul 2014 14:50

Tackling childhood obesity, Kauai launches schools' franchise

Kauai has embarked at an initiative in schools that educates children, parents and teachers about the benefits of healthy eating. The franchise, called Kauai@School, offers children a healthy, balanced diet, which provides food rich in essential vitamins, minerals and key nutrients essential for healthy growth and development.

2 Jul 2014 15:51

State farms to go to community, youths in North West

North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo's pledge to allocate all state-owned farms in the province to community and youth cooperatives has been greeted favourably, but details on how this will be implemented are sketchy.

By Kingdom Mabuza 1 Jul 2014 11:20

SnapScan useful for convenience purchases

Using cellphones to make purchases at markets, restaurants and convenience stores is growing in popularity, particularly through SnapScan.

1 Jul 2014 06:33

Leaner meat industry with reduced GDP

The contraction of 0.6% in the gross domestic product (GDP) during the first quarter of 2014 does not bode well for the meat industry in South Africa, especially after the disappointing 1.9% growth in 2013.

By Jan van Zyl 25 Jun 2014 15:31

Leaner meat industry with reduced GDP

The contraction of 0.6% in the gross domestic product (GDP) during the first quarter of 2014 does not bode well for the meat industry in South Africa, especially after the disappointing 1.9% growth in 2013.

By Jan van Zyl 25 Jun 2014 15:31

Leaner meat industry with reduced GDP

The contraction of 0.6% in the gross domestic product (GDP) during the first quarter of 2014 does not bode well for the meat industry in South Africa, especially after the disappointing 1.9% growth in 2013.

By Jan van Zyl 25 Jun 2014 15:31

Black farmers pummel minister with questions

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Senzeni Zokwana was caught off guard when black commercial farmers took him up on his offer for open communication with his office, bombarding him with questions and complaints.

24 Jun 2014 11:03

Lindt launches 'Hello' campaign across SA

To launch the new Lindt Hello range, the company has embarked upon its largest campaign across South Africa. It is inviting people to come and say hello the old-fashioned way and write a Lindt Hello postcard to a friend anywhere in the world, post it in the special post-boxes and receive a product sample. Entrants can win on-the-spot prizes from the range and an entry into the grand prize draw.

19 Jun 2014 11:42

Lindt launches 'Hello' campaign across SA

To launch the new Lindt Hello range, the company has embarked upon its largest campaign across South Africa. It is inviting people to come and say hello the old-fashioned way and write a Lindt Hello postcard to a friend anywhere in the world, post it in the special post-boxes and receive a product sample. Entrants can win on-the-spot prizes from the range and an entry into the grand prize draw.

19 Jun 2014 11:42

Lindt launches 'Hello' campaign across SA

To launch the new Lindt Hello range, the company has embarked upon its largest campaign across South Africa. It is inviting people to come and say hello the old-fashioned way and write a Lindt Hello postcard to a friend anywhere in the world, post it in the special post-boxes and receive a product sample. Entrants can win on-the-spot prizes from the range and an entry into the grand prize draw.

19 Jun 2014 11:42

Hunters want shops to keep game meat

Low-priced game meat sold in the supermarket alongside beef and chicken could soon become a reality if South African game hunters have their way.

17 Jun 2014 15:14

Hunters want shops to keep game meat

Low-priced game meat sold in the supermarket alongside beef and chicken could soon become a reality if South African game hunters have their way.

17 Jun 2014 15:14

Hunters want shops to keep game meat

Low-priced game meat sold in the supermarket alongside beef and chicken could soon become a reality if South African game hunters have their way.

17 Jun 2014 15:14

Gauteng keeps selling booze on Sundays

Liquor traders will be relieved that the new Gauteng Liquor Act, which replaces the Liquor Act No.2 of 2003, will continue to allow trading on Sundays but the new law will tighten requirements for the granting of licences and will compel traders to sell food if their patrons drink on the premises.

17 Jun 2014 07:41

Newest flavour from Stimorol

This winter, Stimorol is launching its new limited edition Berry Party chewing gum [video].

13 Jun 2014 11:19

Newest flavour from Stimorol

This winter, Stimorol is launching its new limited edition Berry Party chewing gum [video].

13 Jun 2014 11:19

Peppadew pasta sauces add zing

Following on the success of its piquant peppers, Peppadew International has added pasta sauces to its brand name products, which include pickled jalapenos and pickled onions.

10 Jun 2014 12:39

Peppadew pasta sauces add zing

Following on the success of its piquant peppers, Peppadew International has added pasta sauces to its brand name products, which include pickled jalapenos and pickled onions.

10 Jun 2014 12:39

Peppadew pasta sauces add zing

Following on the success of its piquant peppers, Peppadew International has added pasta sauces to its brand name products, which include pickled jalapenos and pickled onions.

10 Jun 2014 12:39

Game may have to halt food sales

Massmart's (MSM's) intention to grow its food offering at Game stores has been dealt another blow by exclusivity clauses that protect incumbent grocers in malls from competition.

By Nick Hedley 9 Jun 2014 11:57

Consumers nudge bakers to cut bread additive

Consumer opinion rather than health risk has led to the removal of a food additive used in baking bread which helped to keep the flour white, the dough stronger and the bread bigger and softer.

By Amanda Visser 5 Jun 2014 15:35

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