Food and personal care giant Unilever said it will increase prices on some of its products in a bid to recoup higher commodity costs. A spokesperson for the firm told just-food that globally, its prices...

The French and Brazilian governments have forged an unusual European-emerging market alliance, calling for increased co-ordination among G20 states during food supply crises, and tighter regulation of...

US chain Starbucks Coffee has responded to the recent dramatic increases in the price of green arabica coffee, currently close to a 13-year high, as well as significant volatility in the price of other...

New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has reported a fall in milk-powder prices in its latest internet auction as concerns over supplies started to ease. The price of skim milk powder fell 11.8%, while the...

Australian sugar prices have recently reached levels not seen for 30 years, driven by high demand from India and poor harvest progress in Brazil. According to a prediction in the latest NAB Rural Communities...

Global dairy giant Fonterra has seen the average price for Whole Milk Powder drop 1.6% via its monthly internet-based sales platform globalDairyTrade – the second consecutive monthly decline after...

The price of sugar continues to rise after a strong 2009 when it outshone all other major food commodities. White sugar reached a new record, while ICE raw sugar futures soared to a 29-year high amid bullish...

The National Australia Bank (NAB) Agribusiness Commodities Wrap released today forecasts the Australian dollar to peak above parity with the US dollar, limiting the impact of rising soft commodity prices. Commodity...

The latest release the Westpac-NFF Commodity Index has shown that commodity prices remain 16.2 per cent below last year’s data, despite a 2.5 per cent rise in October. Commodity prices that lifted...

The price trend of food commodities has been broadly upwards this year, but prices continue to show significant volatility, according to the Westpac-NFF Commodity Index. During September 2009, the Westpac-NFF...