A food industry heavyweight says Australians are ‘profit shaming’ a sector in crisis. Does that stack up?

Regional head of Mondelēz likens cost challenges faced by food manufacturers to cost-of-living crisis affecting households – but experts say public scrutiny is about ensuring transparency

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The regional head of Cadbury owner Mondelēz has criticised what he described as prevalent “profit shaming” in Australia, citing recent political scrutiny on the groceries sector.

Darren O’Brien, the president of the multinational’s Australian, New Zealand and Japanese business units, has also likened cost challenges faced by food manufacturers to the cost-of-living crisis affecting households.

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