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Food is the new fashion for families Campden FB

Details: Food is easier than hotels, and costs less both in capex for investors and the customer. How to bring luxury in food is the next business frontier for the big brands.” Italy’s restaurant industry is experiencing strong growth, and meals eaten out accounted for about 35% of Italian eating habits in 2016, according to the Italian Federation

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The recipe for success Campden FB

Details: By 1997, the Steppés had established a food export business in Bangkok, two "La Porte des Indes" south Indian restaurants, and approximately 10 Blue Elephant Royal Thai Cuisine restaurants at some of the most enviable addresses in Paris, London, New Delhi, and Dubai. And the empire continues to grow.

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Food family business consolidates operations Campden FB

Details: North America is home to a large number of family businesses operating in the food sector – last year, more than 30 of CampdenFB’s top 100 family businesses in the region were either food retailers or producers. Families in the food industry are once again in the limelight, thanks to a Canadian company consolidating its operations.

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Changing the game: How next gen Verena

Details: Daily newspaper Berliner Zeitung called it “revolutionary”, while food website Essen and Trinken opined that with food waste, sustainability, and plastic use now firmly in the public conscience, HERMANN’S is a necessity. Since then, food enthusiasts have come in droves, curious to learn more about the future of food.

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McCain Foods founder dies Campden FB

Details: Wallace McCain, co-founder of Canadian frozen food empire McCain Foods and chairman of Maple Leaf Foods, died on 13 May aged 81. McCain died after a long battle with cancer and is survived by his wife, four children and nine grandchildren. McCain founded the eponymous family business along with his brother Harrison in New Brunswick, Canada in 1956.

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The right thing Campden FB

Details: Although trade association the American Frozen Food Institute says the US frozen food market, worth $56 billion in 2010, generally fared well as families increasingly cooked at home during the downturn, much of Rich’s business is focused on the food-service sector, supplying restaurants and canteens with frozen products.

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Fazer Group Campden FB

Details: Karl also knew that if a Finnish company in the food industry could receive a gold medal at the Paris international food fair, it would attract great admiration. So, he set out to achieve that lofty prize and won it in 1905. Karl believed that high quality products would pay for themselves, and he soon found out he was correct.

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Top 100 family businesses in North America Campden FB

Details: Another noticeable trend on the list is the large number of family businesses in the food sector – these include retailers like Publix Super Markets, C&S Wholesales Grocers and HE Butt Grocery, and producers like Tyson Foods and Perdue. Media family dynasties are represented by the likes of News Corporation, controlled by the Murdochs, Cox

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The family business heartland: Top 10 US

Details: The firm ships a variety of products throughout North America, including building materials, food, paper products and retail merchandise. While some retail and institutional investors are currently bearish on the NYSE-listed stock, as of December 2013, earnings estimates for 2014 are moving higher for the company, and the firm looks set to

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Top 100 Family Businesses in Europe Campden FB

Details: Welcome to the first definitive list of the top 100 family businesses in Europe, compiled by CampdenFB.The role of family businesses in the European economy is paramount to the success of the countries that comprise the biggest economic region in the world.

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In-N-Out next-gen reveals kidnapping attempts Campden FB

Details: She is the sole beneficiary of family trusts that will eventually give her majority control of the fast food giant. Snyder is not the first next-gen to have a brush with kidnapping. Patty Hearst of the eponymous publishing dynasty, and Sam Bronfman II, heir to the Seagram beverage dynasty, are among several high-profile next-gens to be kidnapped.

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FB Roundup: Drahi, Mulliez, and Vanderbilt Campden FB

Details: Creadev is a global long-term investment firm, which specialises in providing long-term equity support to entrepreneurs in the healthcare, food and human skill sectors. It is owned by one of the world’s wealthiest families—France’s Mulliez family.

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How family investors can reap what they sow in vertical

Details: Food, water, and sustainable energy are—in Vertical Future’s view—the main investment categories of the future. In five years, the Vertical Future team wants to be an internationally recognised brand with its technologies and sites spread across the world. Each site will be sustainable and purpose-driven, producing healthy, affordable

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World exclusive: Pamela Mars-Wright on life at Mars, Inc

Details: Fourth-generation Pamela Mars-Wright talks exclusively to Marc Smith about life on Mars, Inc. The Mars family has a certain mystique about it. While their products – from Mars bars and M&M's to Uncle Ben's rice and Whiskas cat food – can be found in almost any food store on the planet, the family is fiercely protective of its privacy.

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FB Roundup: Illy and JAB, Minor International, and

Details: His son, John, is chief operating officer of Minor Food Group and is a director on the board. From its founding in 1978 with a single beachfront resort in Pattaya, Minor International operates over 160 hotels & resorts, 2,000 restaurants and 400 retail trading outlets in 40 markets from Africa to Australia, including South America and Europe.

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Top Middle East philanthropists and foundations announced

Details: Saudi Food Bank. Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Sheikha Bint Saif bin Mohammed Al Nahyan. Login or register to post comments; Related terms: Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Arif Masood Naqvi, FB News, Mishal Kanoo, Family Business, philanthropy. Related News.

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Family portrait: the Weston family Campden FB

Details: Their parent Canadian food and retail operation George Weston is Canada’s largest private sector employer with more than 200,000 employees in the Loblaws supermarket chain, Weston Foods and Shoppers Drug Mart. Galen Weston and family, of Toronto, have a net worth of $9.2 billion and are ranked #116 on Forbes ’ list of The World’s

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Family business roundup: Guida’s Milk and Schweppe sold

Details: Two family businesses operating in the US food industry have been sold – with the Guida family in Connecticut ending its involvement in dairy company Guida’s Milk and the Schweppe family in Illinois selling food service firm Schweppe.. Guida's Milk, which produces milk, cream and ice-cream mixes, as well as fruit juices, was sold to Dairy Farmers of America, a Kansas City-based co

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Passions: Marlon Abela Campden FB

Details: Food and art are in some ways, similar, he thinks. “In a restaurant what the customer gets is the end beauty, but the farmer worked hard, the animal was slaughtered, the butcher cut it up, it is delivered to the restaurant as chunks of flesh, and we present it in the most beautiful manner.

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JAB Holding Co in $1.2 billion sale of Jimmy Choo and $7

Details: JAB continued its shift from the moribund luxury market to coffee and food with its call in April for buyers interested in acquiring its 68% stake in Jimmy Choo. US luxury fashion company Michael Kors announced this week it had reached an agreement with the London-based luxury footwear and accessories brand, made a household name in the 2000s

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Grosvenor family’s agri-food arm sets up US office

Details: Wheatsheaf Group, the food and agriculture operator and investor holding of the Grosvenor Estate, has set up operations in Minneapolis, Minnesota, headed by former Cargill manager Sylvio Petto Neto. The Grosvenor family unit currently has seven North American companies in its portfolio ranging from vertical farmer AeroFarms to sustainable

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Indonesian family business puts $300,000 into Palu

Details: In the week since they earthquake and tsunami hit, Sekar Group and its partners have donated $300,000 in supplies and services from rice and noodles, to cooking oil, water, and clothing. It has 50 staff working fulltime on the relief effort, including 35 people enduring a 10-15 hour drive to deliver food to Palu’s 350,000 inhabitants.

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Wheatsheaf Investments Campden FB

Details: Wheatsheaf buys climate tech company to reduce food waste. Wheatsheaf Group, the investment arm of the Grosvenor family office, has acquired a 90% stake in Purfresh—a provider of specialised climate control technology designed to reduce food waste during shipping. It is estimated as many as one out of 15 containers, some worth up to $500,000

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Amundi on how Covid-19 segmented real estate markets

Details: Click to enlarge. Covid-19 did not affect all European commercial real estate in the same way—hotels and non-food retail assets were particularly affected, but leasing activity in logistics was very resilient. Amundi’s likely, but not certain, central economic scenario is an increase in global GDP in 2021 however, the recovery may be bumpy

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Australia’s Menora Foods expands to the UK Campden FB

Details: A second-generation Australian family business has described a deal with the largest food manufacturer in Britain as a “game changer” in its international expansion strategy. Menora Foods, headquartered in Melbourne, has secured a marketing and distribution deal with Premier Foods to distribute its Peckish range of rice crackers, to a

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Millennial mindset for philanthropy and impact investing

Details: Their emerging sectors for social entrepreneurship are FinTechs, EdTechs, Renewable Energy and Food & Agriculture. 2. A global approach: Millennials are more global both in their causes and geographies than Baby Boomers. The younger generation wants to replicate successes across many places whereas the older one is focused on a single region. 3.

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FB Roundup: Grosvenor, Maersk, Kinnevik, and Electrolux

Details: The partnership will combine Electrolux expertise within appliances and food preservation with Karma’s digital platform and expertise within the sharing economy. Earlier this month, Kinnevik invested NOK 300 million ($35.4 million) for a 15% stake in …

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FB Roundup: Wheatsheaf, Eka Tipta Widjaja, and Tata Motors

Details: Wheatsheaf buys climate tech company to reduce food waste . Wheatsheaf Group, the investment arm of the Grosvenor family office, has acquired a 90% stake in Purfresh—a provider of specialised climate control technology designed to reduce food waste during shipping.

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Infographic: French family businesses Campden FB

Details: Infographic: French family businesses. When it comes to business, the French really take family seriously – with as many as 80% of all companies in the country family-controlled. Whether big or small, French family businesses are particularly noticeable in sectors such as luxury, food and beverages. When it comes to business, the French

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Fortunes favour family businesses in Rich List of

Details: The Westons’ food, retailing and charitable operations span North America and Europe but shares in their Associated British Foods, incorporating household brands Kingsmill, Twinings and Primark, have slumped. Read our family portrait here.

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Fifth-generation UK family business reflects on its

Details: William Jackson Food owns a number of household food brands, including frozen foods producer Aunt Bessie’s and organic food delivery business Abel & Cole. He was a founding trustee of the UK’s Institute for Family Business.

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Pluck of the Irish as Musgrave Group takes home top award

Details: The award for Top Family Business Rising Star was presented to Lydia Forte, the second-generation member of the Forte family and the group director of food and beverage at Rocco Forte Hotels. She said the hospitality group was the epitome of a family business.

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How Dilmah is taking care of family business against the

Details: Where our team are concerned, our short-term activities are focused on delivery of food and wages, in particularly to the plantation sector where curfew has restricted both. In the medium term we are strengthening our staff welfare systems to ensure that workers and their families have access to essential supplies at a reduced cost.

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Service with a style: Hotel heiress Lydia Forte’s

Details: Her role as group director of food and beverage (F&B) at RF Hotels means she is responsible for the concepts, management, and performance of the group’s restaurants and bars. This includes developing new restaurant concepts and maintaining quality of food and service.

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FB Roundup: Hyundai, Fast Retailing, Barilla Campden FB

Details: The foundation said almost 690 million people were hungry while up to two billion were overweight and obese. Despite a steady increase in investments in sustainable development and climate action, only 8% of public climate finance was directed to the agri-food sector.

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Tributes paid to Café de Coral founder Victor Lo Tang

Details: The largest publicly-listed Chinese fast food restaurant group in the world is mourning the death of its founder and first president. Cafe de Coral Group announced Victor Lo Tang-seong died peacefully on 30 June, surrounded by his family. He was 101-years-old.

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UK family office buys into sustainable packaging venture

Details: A British family office has invested venture capital in a food packaging technology that extends the shelf life of foodstuffs such as fish, allowing them to be shipped rather than air freighted. With the $12.6 million investment, led by Wheatsheaf Investments, BluWrap will increase the varieties of meat the technology can be applied to

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Shortlist announced for the European Families in Business

Details: Food and beverage across the group accounts for as much as 35% of revenue in each hotel, making it a vital part of the group’s business. Since joining three years ago, Lydia has increased the revenue of the restaurants and bars across the group by more than 20%, and the profits by 30%.

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How Filipino tycoon John Gokongwei Jr challenged his next

Details: Gokongwei progressed from bike to boat to truck and invested his earnings in cornstarch production, a raw material for food, paper and textile industries. The corn mill launched his venture Universal Robina, a snack foods and beverage producer. Robina formed the cornerstone 27% of the diversified portfolio of JG Summit Holdings.

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Gender pay gap: Family businesses vow to do better

Details: The $4.6 billion-a-year 2 Sisters Food Group, owned by the Boparan family, reported a median gap of 6.9% and mean gap of 15.3%. It too said the …

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Australia’s Coopers Brewery family business has fortitude

Details: Malt exports have doubled to 35,000 tonnes in 12 months, mainly to food producers and brewers in South Korea, Thailand and Singapore with smaller quantities sold to brewers and distillers across northern and South-East Asia. The 157-year-old family business has virtually brought the pub to patrons in their homes under lockdown. On 24 April, it

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Impact generation: Risks and rewards of sustainable

Details: Education is still the most popular cause for impact investing (51%), followed by housing and community development (49%), agriculture and food (49%) and women’s empowerment (43%). However, Fred Fruitman, managing director of Loeb Holding Corporation, the US-based Loeb family’s investment arm, suggests while impact investing sounds

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How family businesses are using social media to engage the

Details: James Beech is the multimedia Editor of CampdenFB, with 22 years of international experience in daily newspapers, B2B and consumer magazines, online, social media, photographic and video journalism, in addition to editorial management, marketing, public relations and client relations, in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. He graduated from Bournemouth University in 1999.

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