Latest food news & analysis in North America
The liberalisation of regulations has opened the door to hemp-based food products in various US states. Growing consumer interest in the nat...
As PepsiCo's leadership team presented the group's results yesterday (7 July) they could have summed up their core message to investors with...
The dealings of US foodservice giants looking to expand in international markets proved an important theme for the foodservice sector in Jun...
Danone announced a deal to acquire WhiteWave Foods this morning (7 July) in a move that values the Alpro maker at around US$12.5bn. The larg...
Icelandic Provisions is a company formed by investors from the US and Iceland to bring traditional skyr yoghurt to the US. Icelandic Provisions chairman Einar Sigurdsson believes that skyr has the potential to be the next growth area in US yoghurt, in much the same was that Greek yoghurt brought explosive growth to the category in the 2000s. Sigurdsson speeks to just-food about what he believes skyr brings to the category.
Kind LLC, the US snacks maker, is seen as one of the more successful challenger brands in the US, having out-maneouvred some larger rivals to grab a chunk of the market since its formation in 2004. But how does founder and CEO Daniel Lubetzky believe the company can continue to grow? He discusses his plans with Dean Best.
J&J Snack Foods has said it is "disappointed" with its top line performance, despite reporting higher earnings for the first nine months of the year.
North Carolina-based functional food producer Good Health has added two new savoury snacks to its portfolio of better for you foods.
Over 1,400 jobs are at risk as part of General Mills’ restructuring plans to close and sell factories in the US and overseas.
Illinois-based healthcare company Abbott Laboratories has reported a 1.4% increase in its nutrition segment, its largest business.
As demand for on the go snacks increases, Hostess has introduced a new Mini Muffins recipe containing eight grams of whole grain per serving.
Campbell’s Soup Company has outlined its strategy to ensure sustainable growth, which will focus on developing healthy and organic foods, growing its digital and e-commerce presence and boosting the company’s expansion in new markets.
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