Barilla is an international food company. Founded by Pietro Barilla in 1877, Barilla is a private company. The head office for Barilla is located in Parma, Italy.
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Italian pasta group Barilla is to invest "in excess" of EUR50m (US$53.2m) in the expansion of its pasta sauces plant in Rubbiano, in Italy's Parma province.
Italian pasta group Barilla has entered into a distribution agreement with Mayar Foods in a bid to grow its business in Saudi Arabia.
Weetabix has confirmed that it will push ahead with a GBP30m (US$37.6m) investment to increase production as Nestle, General Mills, Post Holdings, Associated British Foods and Barilla reportedly line up to submit bids for the business.
Italian food group Barilla, which has three restaurants in the US, has opened its first outlet in the Middle East.
DKSH, the Asian sales and marketing agency, has snapped up a majority stake in Chinese e-commerce distributor Shanghai Sweets International.
Pasta maker Barilla is being sued in the US for allegedly under-filling boxes of some of its speciality lines and deceiving customers into how much of the product they are buying.
Barilla is expanding its Wasa crispbread brand in the US with the launch of Wasa Thins.
Barilla, the Italy-based food group, has booked a 14% increase in annual profits, helped by rising sales, a reduction in marketing costs and lower finance expenses.
Barilla, the Italy-based food group, is to enter the organic food sector in France.
Barilla has opened a new headquarters for its operations in the Americas.
Barilla has launched a range of pasta in the US the Italian food group said does not need to be boiled on drained.
US poultry group Sanderson Farms posted higher half-year sales and profits, although there was some concern on Wall Street about the near-term outlook for the business. Barilla announced its results for 2014, which included an increase in revenue and earnings.
Barilla, the Italian pasta group, is planning to expand its production plant in Amens, Iowa, with an investment of US$26.8m to add facilities, including a gluten-free production line.
Barilla has launched a pasta range "specifically designed" for the Chinese market.
Barilla and US online grocer Peapod have teamed up to launch pasta meal kits.
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Italian food group Barilla is to relaunch its namesake pasta into one of the UK's Big Four grocers - and is drawing up plans to also roll out sauces.
Italian food group Barilla has reported an increase in profits in 2013.
Italian food group Barilla will next month open a new production line at a bakery plant in France to manufacture sandwich loaves.
Barilla is to invest EUR30m (US$40m) over three years at subsidiary company's Harry's bakery plant in Montierchaume, central France.
Barilla is launching a gluten-free pasta line in the US in a bid to cash in on growing demand in the sector.
Italian food group Barilla recorded an increase in first-half revenues, despite sales falling in its domestic market.
This week, just-food spoke with the CEO of Nestle Greater China, Roland Decorvet, who went into detail about the company's strategy in China and the challenges it faces there. We also garnered analysts' thoughts on Amazon's plans for its US grocery business and Carrefour's prospects for the African market. Elsewhere, JBS announced a deal to buy domestic poultry business Seara Brasil, Sobeys bought Safeway's Canadian operations, and B&G Foods snapped up Pirate Brands.
Italian food group Barilla has its eye on expanding in Russia and Asia as it increases its focus on international markets to drive sustainable growth.
Pasta maker Barilla has joined the likes of Hershey in investigating the uses of 3D printing in the food sector.
Barilla has attempted to dig itself out of a massive, PR nightmare of a hole, after its CEO recently sparked outrage by saying he would never use gay couples in commercials.
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