Food industry quotes of the week - McCormick on Premier Foods, Unilever on spreads, Plum Organics on infant formula
McCormick & Co. took the market by surprise this week with its decision to end its pursuit of UK company Premier Foods plc. Mars Inc, meanwhile, said it would put labels on some of its non-confectionery food lines to suggest consumers only eat them occasionally. Elsewhere, Unilever reported its first-quarter sales and once again highlighted the challenges it is facing in the spreads category. We ran two more interviews from our recent visit to the Expo West trade show in the US, with Campbell Soup Co.'s baby food unit Plum Organics discussing its move into infant formula and local veggie firm Sweet Earth Natural Foods outlining how it aims to take its business mainstream.
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