Unilever

Unilever has relaunched Pot Rice, 15 years after it was last seen in UK stores

Unilever relaunches Pot Rice range

By James Ridler

Unilever’s noodle brand Pot Noodle has relaunched its Pot Rice range of instant rice snacks in response to “consumer demand”, supported by a £1m marketing campaign.

Unilever could choose the Netherlands as its main base

Unilever relocation could be UK ‘body blow’

By Michelle Perrett

Unilever potentially moving its group head office outside the UK would be a “body blow” to London’s reputation as a business centre, according to Clive Black, head of research at analyst Shore Capital.

Unilever will pull advertising from Facebook and Google is they don't work to remove toxic online content

Unilever to drop advertising on toxic online platforms

By James Ridler

Marmite owner Unilever has threatened to pull advertising from online platforms such as Facebook and Google if they fail to protect children or create division in society and promote anger or hate.

Unilever will continue to modernise its portfolio

Unilever pledges to modernise food portfolio

By Michelle Perrett

Unilever has said it will continue to modernise its food portfolio through “innovations and acquisitions” after the company revealed market conditions “remained challenging” in 2017.

Unilever boss Paul Polman urged the government to review takeover rules

Unilever boss calls for takeover review

By Rick Pendrous

Unilever chief executive Paul Polman’s call for the next UK government to review the UK’s ‘overly liberal takeover rules’ in the wake of the failed £115bn bid for his company from Kraft Heinz, has found some support among food and drink finance experts.

Unilever's Food division reported a 2.1% decrease in underlying volume growth (Flickr/Sean Biehle)

Unilever ice cream brands boost overall sales

By Matt Atherton

Unilever’s ice creams and Knorr brands helped to boost food and refreshment sales by 2.2% in its first quarter results, despite sales being impacted by this year’s late Easter.

Unilever staff need job assurances after Kraft Heinz's failed merger bid (Flickr/David Martyn Hunt)

Unilever staff need job assurances after Kraft bid

By Matt Atherton

Unilever must reassure workers about their job security, urges the GMB union, after the manufacturer revealed it was reviewing its operations following the failed £115bn Kraft Heinz bid.

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