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Danone looks to ride healthy food revolution wave
by Dominique Vidalon and Pascale Denis
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22 June 2017
On 22 June 2017 Reuters reported:
Emmanuel Faber, CEO of Danone, wants the world's biggest yogurt maker to play a central role in the revolution sweeping the global food industry as it tries to respond to a consumer shift towards healthy eating. As more consumers . . . opt for healthier diets and a more socially responsible way of life, Danone, along with rivals such as Nestle, have been seeking to adapt. ... 'A revolution is cooking, what are we going to do about it?' Faber speaking [Thursday in Berlin at the annual meeting of the Consumer Goods Forum, a gathering of the world's biggest retailers and packaged food companies] warned that consumers will turn their backs on big food companies if they do not do more to address issues like obesity, inequality, and climate change. 'The global industrial food system is reaching its limits,' Faber told Reuters in a phone interview before his speech in Berlin. He said evidence of this included obesity and malnutrition, wasting water and food, soil depletion, and climate change.
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