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The Evolution of Foodservice Outlets - Shifting Locations in the UK

Frida Polyak

Frida Polyak

7 Dec 21

The Coronavirus pandemic has dramatically altered consumer eating habits and lifestyles. Foodservice outlets located in city centres were particularly hard hit by the lack of footfall during home seclusion. As flexible working arrangements are likely to remain long term, CFS operators need to rethink their location strategies in order to thrive.

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北欧地域におけるサステナビリティ

Per Brandberg

Per Brandberg

7 Dec 21

北欧地域の人口は3,000万人に満たないが、IKEA、カールスバーグ、LEGOといった、サステナブル・イノベーションで世界をリードする消費財企業の発祥の地である。ビジネスとサステナビリティの目標を効果的に組み合わせ、そして実行することを可能にしている北欧地域の特徴とは何か?

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Where is the Vegan Claim Headed?

Marina Dziuge

Marina Dziuge

23 Nov 21

In the aftermath of “plant-based” becoming a household phrase, what space does a vegan positioning have and how do we expect the claim to be utilised in the future?

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Post-Merkel Germany Faces Mounting Economic Risks

Maxim Hofer

Maxim Hofer

23 Nov 21

As Germany, the fourth-largest economy in the world, heads into the post-Merkel era, the country faces numerous challenges that threaten its competitiveness, and with that, of the EU more broadly...

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Sustainability The Nordic Way

Per Brandberg

Per Brandberg

18 Nov 21

Despite the size of the Nordics with fewer than 30 million people, the region can boast that it is the birthplace of globally-leading fmcg companies that are also at the forefront of sustainable innovation, including the likes of IKEA, Carlsberg and LEGO. What is it about Nordic region that enables business and sustainability goals to effectively combine and more importantly to be implemented?

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Impact of HFSS Legislation on Food and Drink in the United Kingdom

Natalia Theofilopoulou

Natalia Theofilopoulou

28 Oct 21

The British Government’s anti-obesity regulation on products high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) is likely to impact packaged food and soft drinks, both in terms of brands and consumers. Although the new legislation might come as a hindrance for some categories, it might also offer an opportunity for others.