Global food and drinks businesses including General Mills, Kellogg, Mars, Nestlé and Unilever have pledged to reduce trans fatty acids to “nutritionally insignificant levels” by the end of 2018.
BakeryandSnacks presents a round-up of product launches, relaunches and innovations that caught our eye in April
A high-profile marketing push announced by PepsiCo in January gave US shoppers the chance to reshape the Lays potato chip line-up – and they have voted to keep it as...
PepsiCo is extending its Quaker line-up with four new products featuring ‘supergrains’ such as quinoa or amaranth.
Start-up EQUInom has secured financing for a seed breeding program that it says might help food businesses cheaply and efficiently develop products such as more nutritious breakfast cereal.
Snack industry veteran Jose Luis Prado - former boss of Quaker Oats North America - has partnered with private equity firm Wind Point Partners to acquire pork rind snacks supplier...
PepsiCo has announced a senior management shake-up following the departure of Frito-Lay North America chief Tom Greco.
PepsiCo has extended its Quaker brand snacks bars into the US breakfast market with Quaker Breakfast Flats.
BakeryandSnacks presents a round-up of product launches, relaunches and innovations that caught our eye in March.
Here we present an overview of the retail sales performance of the largest brands in key sectors of the US snack bars market in 2015, featuring IRI data showing the...
Here we present an overview of the retail sales performance of the largest brands in key sectors of the US snacking market in 2015, featuring IRI data showing the top...
For a market focused on heat, the performance of the US hot cereals category is looking a little cool.
Baked goods and breakfast cereals have been among the UK’s biggest export successes of 2015.
Each month, Bakery And Snacks presents a round-up of product launches, relaunches and innovations that have caught our eye. Here’s the selection for February 2016
Frito-Lay has benefited from improved productivity and lower commodity costs in the past 12 months, PepsiCo has reported in its full-year results.
Development of potato-based snacking products has slowed in the UK as Brits turn to alternatives such as popcorn and tortilla chips.
Each month, Bakery and Snacks presents a round-up of product launches, relaunches and innovations that have caught our eye: Here’s the selection for January 2016:
PepsiCo is giving US consumers the chance to transform its Lay’s potato chip line-up with a major new promotion.
PepsiCo has unveiled a new packaging format for its potato chips – a bag that transforms into a bowl for sharing.
Below are 10 of the stories that most captured the attention and imagination of BakeryandSnacks readers over the past 12 months. In many ways, the list is a microcosm of...
PepsiCo is looking to drive a healthier portfolio via new health-friendly vending machines and a 2016 launch of organic Gatorade.
Food should taste and smell good but what else should and can it do when ‘visually stimulated’ consumers like millennials engage in eating occasions? Touch, sight and sound are increasingly...
India’s breakfast cereal market has grown over 22% per year since 2009 as America’s cereal industry awaits a full recovery.
A study claims that while snacks in schools are getting healthier, snack companies are still targeting children with unhealthy snacks.
PepsiCo will highlight its sustainability progress across its most significant areas: water, packaging, waste, energy and agriculture at Gulfood Manufacturing 2015, in Dubai, this week (October 27).