The August edition of FDF World Magazine is now live!

By Laura Mullan
The latest edition of Food, Drink and Franchise (FDF) World magazine is now live. There’s no better way to open this August issue than with a feature...

The latest edition of Food, Drink and Franchise (FDF) World magazine is now live.

There’s no better way to open this August issue than with a feature on the world’s biggest brewing company, AB InBev.

Focusing on sustainability and procurement in the Africa region, Laura Mullan – through an interview with Zoleka Lisa, Procurement Director of Capabilities and Sustainability – discovers how the firm is cementing its future on the continent.

As the war for grocery space heats up, we feature innovative tech firm Trax, learning how retailers can use digitisation to make sure every inch of the shelf counts.

As food safety becomes an ever-present concern, Mike Robach, Chair of the Global Food Safety Initiative’s (GFSI) Board of Directors, tells us how GFSI is enhancing food safety through its Global Markets Programme.

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Next, we reveal the planet’s top ten alcohol brands and elsewhere in our latest issue, we round up the key industry events from across the globe that you wouldn’t want to miss.

Finally, our digital reports boast exclusive interviews with industry giants such as McDonald’s SA, Pan Pacific Hotels Group, Kew Green Hotels Limited, Gastronomy Astronomy Foods UK, and Cervecería Nacional

We hope you enjoy this month’s offering and, as ever, if you have any feedback, you can find us across social media @FDFWorld.

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