Treehouse Foods has said 2016 marks the “beginning of an important journey” as it focuses on integrating the private label business it has acquired from ConAgra Foods.
A former product developer for businesses including Heinz, Nestlé and United Biscuits has created a range of snacking granola pouches.
Japanese manufacturer Yamazaki Baking has increased its bread sales in the past year despite the impact of cost-conscious consumers and rising raw material prices.
Kellogg has said it believes its US breakfast cereals sales will return to growth in 2016.
Innovation including new nuts and chocolate products has contributed to a strong performance by the confectionery and snacks division of Norwegian-based business Orkla.
Kellogg has reported a 10.6% drop in overall sales in the last quarter of 2015 to £3.1bn – but says performance of its US cereals business is improving.
Frito-Lay has benefited from improved productivity and lower commodity costs in the past 12 months, PepsiCo has reported in its full-year results.
Indian bakery and dairy business Britannia Industries has reported consolidated revenue growth of 10% to $325.4m (Rs. 2,224 crores) in its third quarter, and 12% growth for the year up...
Nature's Own manufacturer Flowers Foods has reported an increase in full-year sales despite a slowdown in the last quarter.
Lantmännen has reported strong growth in its food business in 2015 following new product launches, improved efficiency and the acquisition of Finnish bakery business Vaasan.
UK business Great Food Affairs is expanding its Slabs crisp brand – which claims to be four times thicker than standard crisps - with a single-serve range.
Starting in the local natural food channel, the product started branching into mainstream channels last year, and is now sold in 16 countries.
United Biscuits is claiming a first for the UK biscuits category with the launch of new bitesized products under its McVitie’s brand.
Irish allergen-free bakery business BFree Foods is ramping up its presence in the US after making its mainstream debut last year.
Overall sales of Post ready-to-eat cereals were impacted by a decline in the performance of the MOM brands acquired last year, the company has reported in its results for Q1 2016.
Manufacturer Orkla is reviewing its Finnish production operations – stating it is spending too much on maintaining and operating its Nordics and Baltics facilities.
Food giant Nestlé has agreed to buy a remaining stake in Israeli food manufacturer Osem Investments, in a deal worth €752m ($840m).
Treehouse Foods has completed its $2.7bn acquisition of ConAgra’s private-label operations.
Kellogg’s UK has set a new Guinness World Record – a domino-style topple of almost 2,700 packets of breakfast cereal.
Kellogg’s Australia claims it is reinventing the Special K brand with a new marketing push designed to inspire women to make “realistic and positive changes”.
General Mills has launched the first TV advertising for the Lärabar snack brand it acquired in 2008.
Snyder’s-Lance has reported an estimated 4% year on year increase in net sales for 2015 – despite a “tougher retailing environment” and a last-quarter performance below expectations.
PepsiCo is rolling out gluten-free Quaker oatmeal across the US from this month.
Many major East Coast US bakery, snacks and cereals operations were back in operation on Monday morning in the wake of the Winter Storm Jonas blizzard.
PepsiCo is giving US consumers the chance to transform its Lay’s potato chip line-up with a major new promotion.