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Pringles Australia releases duo of Aussie flavors ahead of footy finals

Kellogg’s-owned Pringles has launched limited edition Chicken Salt and Meat Pie flavors to its tubular-boxed potato chip snacks in Australia.

Kellogg plans to cut further 223 jobs in Battle Creek

Kellogg’s is planning to cut 223 jobs in at the ready-to-eat cereal (RTEC) plant on Porter Street in Battle Creek, US, in 2018, in a move to streamline and decrease...

News in brief

Kellogg donates cereals, cookies and crackers to Hurricane-hit Texans

Kellogg’s charitable arm, Kellogg Company Fund, has donated $100,000 to support the disaster relief efforts following the devastating floods in Taxes. 

Cargo offers Extra gum, Pringles, Cheeze-It for Uber/Lyft passengers

New York-based startup Cargo that allows rideshare drivers to sell candy and snacks to passengers has launched in Chicago.

Hindu leader seeks Kellogg's CEO's resignation for beef-containing cereals

Hindu statesman Rajan Zed said it was “shocking” for Hindus in the US to learn that some of Kellogg’s cereals they had been eating for years contained beef. 

Cold cereals USA: The Top 10 brands in the first half of 2017

A bowl of ready-to-eat (RTE) cereal isn’t just something to break the fast, but a genuine meal anytime of the day.  According to Mintel, almost half of the American public...

Quarterly earnings

Kellogg's Q2 sales weakened by soft US consumption and declining EU Pringles sales

Kellogg’s Q2 2017 net sales have declined 2.5% year-over-year to $3.19bn, while its operating profit increased by 0.7% during the period, reported the company.

Halal certification ‘unnecessary’ down under for Special K and Cornflakes, says Kellogg

Special K and Cornflakes maker Kellogg Company Australia and WeetBix producer Sanitarium have stopped paying for halal certification, stating their products are ‘inherently halal’.

Top 10 UK snack bar brands: goodnessKNOWS how Mars’ debut will change the playing field

Mars Chocolate has launched goodnessKNOWS bars in the UK, hitting the nerve of time that could disrupt the UK’s Top 10 snack bar brands, says Euromonitor.

Top 10 US salty snack brands in 2017 so far: Sales soar for Frito-Lay’s Ruffles brand

IRI data reveals the 10 biggest brands in eight key US salty snacks categories in the first half of 2017.

Grupo Bimbo launches accelerator to stimulate innovation among food startups

Mexican bakery conglomerate Grupo Bimbo is inviting food entrepreneurs to submit project proposals to be part of its newly-formed innovation accelerator.

Bugs are big business for tomorrow’s snacks, says PepsiCo; calls for ideas

The Doritos and Cheetos maker is capitalizing on the growing insect and plant-based protein trend, and has called for novel protein ideas to use in its snacks.

News in brief

Kellogg elects former PepsiCo exec to support e-commerce growth

Kellogg has announced the election of Carter Cast to its board of directors, effective June 15, 2017.

Kellogg’s sues tennis champ for Special K copyright infringement

Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis is facing another battle on court: not to play tennis though, but to face off against the breakfast cereal giant.

Kellogg’s begins its mass workforce trim

The breakfast food giant is beginning its restructuring plan in closing a large number of distribution centers across the US, resulting in mass layoffs.

New product roundup May 2017: candy-flavoured pop tarts, hemp-infused snack bars and no funky stuff

A round-up of product launches, relaunches and innovations that caught our attention this month.

Kellogg’s Pringles commissions world’s first edible cloud

Flavorologists have developed the Flavor Cloud, which emits bursts of air ‘flavored’ with Pringles sour cream and onion crisps (chips).

Snaxpo 2017

Package date codes could affect snack food safety, Redimark warned

Thermal inkjet coding manufacturer Redimark has introduced a new date code printer, TC12 Inkjet, that assists snack manufacturers to improve their efficiency and potentially avoid food safety issues.

E-commerce expert calms retailers’ fear of Amazon driving away their Oreo and Cheerios customers

Traditional brick-and-mortar stores still have an opportunity to compete with Amazon in an era when online shopping is becoming increasingly popular among consumers, according to e-commerce consultant Mark Walker. 

General Mills’ pledge to counteract the world’s bee crisis with wildflowers

The Annie’s and Nature Valley maker has been selling its Honey Nut Cheerios’ boxes throughout the US this spring without the recognizable mascot.

General Mills reiterates cage-free egg commitment

General Mills has reiterated its commitment to exclusively sourcing cage-free eggs for its global operations by 2025.

E-commerce snacks: PepsiCo's Lay chips crowned Super Bowl winner

Lay’s chips was the top selling snack brand during the 2017 Super Bowl, leading Amazon's top 100 best-selling products list in the two weeks leading up to the event.

Quarterly earnings

Kellogg to align with Pringles in warehouse distribution, further fueling US snack sales

The US food giant, Kellogg, has announced it will shift its entire snack business in North America from direct store delivery (DSD) to warehouse distribution systems to meet consumers’ evolving...

Exclusive interview

Baking mix market needs to capitalise on better-for-you ingredients, says COO of Foodstirs

According to co-founder and COO of Foodstirs, Greg Fleishman, the baking aisle has been stagnant for far too long with products that are filled with chemicals, are hard to make...

Editor's Blog

Bidding war expected for Weetabix: Barilla, Nestle, General Mills, pladis and PepsiCo in the loop

UK cereal company Weetabix has been put up for sale by its Chinese owner Bright Food Group and there are several suitors in the frame, says analysts.

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