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What could further fuel India's appetite for potato chips? - just-food deep-dive, part two

15 Mar 2019

India's market for potato chips is buoyant - but what could drive further growth? The second part of Raghavendra Verma's deep dive into the category outlines possible factors.

New products - Califia Farms launches Ubermilks oat drinks; Kashi expands Kashi by Kids line; The Jackfruit Company unveils Complete Jackfruit Meals; Cereal "straight from the box"

22 Feb 2019

This week's batch of new products includes Nestlé launching its KitKat Senses in a bar format and organic yogurts from Arla Foods.

Kellogg and Mondelez admit to stockpiling products ahead of Brexit

20 Feb 2019

Food giants Kellogg and Mondelez International have revealed their plans to cope with a no-deal Brexit.

Kellogg fund backs in-car commerce business Cargo

24 Jan 2018

Kellogg has invested in Cargo, a US business that allows drivers to earn extra income by selling products from snacks to personal care items.

Kellogg posts profit beat but cuts sales forecast - results data

4 May 2017

Kellogg, the Special K-to-Pringles maker, today (4 May) reported first-quarter earnings that beat analyst forecasts but moved to cut its forecast for its annual underlying sales.

Kellogg to slash 250 jobs 

19 Jan 2017

US cereal-to-snack group Kellogg has confirmed it plans to eliminate 250 positions at its operations in North America. 

PepsiCo targets Pringles in France with new Lay's line

18 Nov 2016

PepsiCo is taking aim at the Pringles brand in France with the local launch of its Lay's Stax sub-brand.

Kellogg on new targets, zero-based budgeting, managing revenue and Q2 results - 5 Things to Learn

11 Aug 2016

Kellogg last week announced mixed second-quarter results, with growth in underlying operating profit above analyst expectations but reported revenue missing forecasts on Wall Street and underlying sales declining. However, the Special K and Pringles maker lifted its forecast for underlying earnings per share for 2016 - and raised its target for underlying operating margin for 2017/18. Its shares closed up on the day. just-food provides the most important talking points from what was a detailed announcement.

Kellogg ups 2016 earnings target and 2017/18 margin goal

4 Aug 2016

Kellogg has lifted its forecast for underlying earnings per share for 2016 - and raised its target for underlying operating margin for 2017/18.

Kellogg claims "good progress" in Q1 despite sales pressure

5 May 2016

Kellogg CEO John Bryant said today (5 May) said the US cereal and snacks group had made "good progress on our priorities" in the first quarter, a period when underlying net sales and profits rose.

Kellogg seeing progress on US cereal but snacks in doldrums

12 Feb 2016

Kellogg's US business weighed on its results in 2015 but the company insisted its troubled US cereal business was seeing signs of improvement. However, the group's domestic snacks arm is under pressure. Hannah Abdulla reports.

Monde Nissin to handle Kellogg brands in Philippines

21 Jan 2016

Philippines-based food group Monde Nissin is to distribute Kellogg's products across the country.

Kellogg targets "emerging needs" in US NPD roll-out

19 Nov 2015

Kellogg has plans to launch 40 products in the US early next year, with innovation in cereal, frozen foods and snacks.

Kellogg opening Malaysia 'snacks hub'

29 Oct 2015

US snacks-to-cereal group Kellogg has invested US$130m to construct a manufacturing facility in Bandar Enstek, Malaysia, that will serve as a production hub for the group's snack brands in the Asia Pacific region. 

Snyder's-Lance strikes deal to buy Kettle Chips owner Diamond Foods

28 Oct 2015

Snyder's-Lance, the US snacks group, has swooped to strike an agreement to buy Kettle Chips maker Diamond Foods.

Who could swoop for Diamond Foods? 

1 Oct 2015

Diamond Foods side-stepped market talk it has put itself up for sale and even suggested it would be open to broadening its own portfolio during a conference call with analysts this week. However, this does not mean the US snacks group's management is closed to the idea of the company shopping itself. Katy Askew takes a look at the possibility of a deal and who could be interested in a punt for the Kettle Chips maker.

Food industry quotes of the week - Fonterra, Kellogg, Tyrrells

7 Aug 2015

This week, Fonterra said it was reducing capital expenditure plans to mitigate pricing pressure in dairy. Kellogg announced its first half-results and committed to plans to remove artificial colours and flavours from its branded cereals in North America by 2018. Elsewhere, Tyrrells acquired Yarra Valley Snack Foods in Australia and Unilever came under fire in India. Here is the week in quotes

10 Things to Learn: Why Kellogg believes it is on the road to recovery

5 Aug 2015

Kellogg reported a second quarter of declining profits and sales but on a conference call with investors yesterday, the management team insisted it is taking the right steps to position itself for long-term growth. Here is just-food's take on the latest numbers, recent performance and outlook for the business.

Editor's viewpoint: Kellogg cautiously positive but questions remain

6 May 2015

There were some cautiously positive noises coming out of Kellogg yesterday (5 May) as the US food group announced its first-quarter results - but a number of questions still hang over the Special K and Pringles maker.

Kellogg CEO: sales trends are improving

5 May 2015

Kellogg today (5 May) reported lower underlying net sales and operating profit for the first quarter of 2015 - but CEO John Bryant claimed the trend behind the US food group's top line was improving.

Kellogg launches Pringles tortilla chips in UK

2 Apr 2015

Kellogg has launched a range of tortilla chips in the UK under snack brand Pringles.

On the money: Kellogg stands firm on cereal plans

3 Nov 2014

"There is no quick fix in this business," Kellogg CEO John Bryant conceded last week after reporting another challenging quarter for the US group's breakfast cereal business. However, with sales still under pressure, analysts are asking why Kellogg should be investing more in cereal than it is in snacks.

Kellogg earnings beat forecast but sales pressured

30 Oct 2014

Shares in Kellogg climbed today (30 October) after it booked third-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street and company forecasts - but the US group continued to see domestic cereal sales come under pressure.

Analysis: URC's two-pronged strategy for NZ snacks firm Griffin's

5 Aug 2014

Universal Robina Corp. appears to have two main areas of focus for Griffin's Foods - launching the New Zealand snacks maker's products in south-east Asia and using the business's presence in Australia to enter that country's own-label business. Dean Best looks at the Philippines-based group's plans.

US: Kellogg lowers sales, earnings forecasts

31 Jul 2014

Kellogg has cut its forecast for annual earnings after it reported lower sales and profits for the second quarter of the year.

FMCG in the Middle East: How leading execs view the region

2 May 2014

For packaged food manufacturers with ambitions for international growth, the Middle East presents an opportunity, with growing populations enjoying rising incomes. In its management briefing on the region, just-food provides a flavour of what leading food and drink executives have said about Middle East in recent weeks.

US: Kellogg builds snacks plant in Malaysia

10 Jan 2014

Kellogg has started work on a new snacks factory in Malaysia as part of plans to up its investment in emerging markets.

US: Diamond losses fall but restates H1 earnings

11 Jun 2013

US snack group Diamond Foods has reported a fall in its losses for the first nine months of its financial year, although the Kettle Chips owner has had to restate its first-half earnings.

Breakfast cereal: Manufacturers look to grow UK category

4 Jun 2013

Cereal manufacturers in the UK are facing a competitive market and flat sales volumes. While overall conditions have been somewhat sluggish, the breakfast category when taken as a whole has seen some pockets of excitement. Manufacturers have looked to capitalise on these and the industry's response has been a sharp focus on product development, promotional activity and marketing. But, Katy Askew asks, is this enough to breath fresh life into the boxed cereal category?

Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words

28 May 2013

Campbell Soup Co. became the third major multinational to invest in the buoyant organic baby food sector in a month with a deal to buy US firm Plum Organics. Danone is another of the three food giants to do business in organic baby food - and this week it continued its investment in faster-growing categories and markets with a fresh attempt to crack China's booming yoghurt sector.

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