Discover the visual of SPACE 2024

Everyone at SPACE in 2024!
Today we unveil the visual of SPACE 2024! 
Save the dates: 17, 18 and 19 September 2024 at Rennes Parc-Expo in France.
The Exhibition for all the breeders and all the animal farming family
The unmissable Exhibition for all the animal farming sectors: dairy, beef, poultry, pork, sheep, goat, rabbit and aquaculture, in France and internationally! 
3 days dedicated to animal farming to discover all the latest innovations, discuss the challenges of the sector and meet up for a convivial event! And it's also the Exhibition that offers you a high quality content all year round!
We look forward to seeing you at SPACE!
The Planet Livestock will be in Rennes on 17, 18 and 19 September 2024!
Throwback to the 2023 edition in pictures and video
SPACE 2023 was a great success, with over 1,200 exhibitors and 90,771 visitors, including 12,125 international visitors from 122 different countries! 
To immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Exhibition, look at the video and the pictures!
See you in September 2024!

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Profit warning at infant-formula group China Feihe

Shares in the Hong Kong-listed company curdled today after Feihe said it expects first-half earnings to fall.

Credit: Yifei Fang / Getty Images

Half-year profits at China Feihe could fall by more than a third, the infant-formula producer has warned.

The Hong Kong-listed company said yesterday (10 August) it expects its first-half net profit to drop by 23-36% year on year.

In a stock-exchange filing, the group pointed to the “low birth rate in China”, competition and an expected net loss from listed subsidiary YuanShengTai Dairy Farm.


China Feihe expects to book first-half revenue of around 9.58bn ($1.32bn) to 9.87bn yuan. A year earlier, the company posted half-year revenue of 9.67bn yuan.

In 2022, the business generated revenue of 21.31bn yuan and a net profit of 4.95bn yuan.

It expects to publish its first-half accounts by the end of the month.

Shares in China Feihe closed down 11.42% at HK$4.42.

China Feihe’s main products include infant milk formula products, adult milk-powder, liquid milk and goat milk infant formula.


The company’s formula brands include Astrobaby and Organic Zhenzhi.

Signal: PepsiCo, General Mills lead AI hiring in food

The US giants had the most AI-related jobs open for application among food manufacturers in the first seven months of the year.

PepsiCo distribution centre, Whitestown, Indiana, USA. Credit: Jonathan Weiss /

PepsiCo and General Mills have led the list of major food companies hiring for roles linked to AI so far in 2023, data suggests.

The US giants had the most AI-related jobs open for application among food manufacturers in the first seven months of the year, GlobalData, Just Food’s parent, said.

Between 1 January and 31 July, PepsiCo was advertising 150 positions linked to artificial intelligence, followed by General Mills with 123 open roles.


GlobalData’s job analytics database tracks daily job postings across multiple industries, including consumer goods. As part of the research and intelligence company’s analysis, it groups jobs by theme, providing an indication of where businesses are focusing their hiring efforts.

Nestlé ranked third, with 80 “active” AI-related roles at the KitKat maker. “Active” jobs denote roles open for application.

Unilever (with 52) and Mondelez International (31) rounded out the top five.

Food companies advertising for AI-related jobs, 1 January to 31 July 2023. Credit: GlobalData
Food companies advertising for AI-related jobs, 1 January to 31 July 2023. Credit: GlobalData

Overall, among the food companies monitored by GlobalData, some 896 posts were open for application during the period that were tied to AI.

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Our signals coverage is powered by GlobalData’s Disruptor data, which tracks all major deals, patents, company filings, hiring patterns and social media buzz across our sectors. These signals help us to uncover key innovation areas in the sector and the themes that drive them. They tell us about the topics on the minds of business leaders and investors, and indicate where leading companies are focusing their investment, deal-making and R&D efforts