Kellogg has become the second food major to respond to a damning Oxfam report with a climate change revamp that pledges to disclose global greenhouse gas emission targets by December 2015.
Scandinavian frozen free-from player Fria expands into Ireland as part of its ongoing European growth strategy.
Kellogg has launched Special K Nourish in Australia – a three-grain cold cereal variety that marks part of its 2014 brand revamp.
Kellogg buying United Biscuits would make sense, according to an expert with prior senior history at UB, as media speculation over the possibility of such a deal intensified.
JM Smucker has acquired premium nut and fruit snack firm Sahale Snacks.
The closure of Allied Bakeries’ Orpington plant in Kent threatens up to 170 jobs and local MP Jo Johnson has demanded answers from Allied’s parent company Associated British Foods (ABF).
Haydens Bakery has restructured its operations by securing more contracts to safeguard jobs and prevent a similar situation to 2 Sisters’ Avana Bakeries site, where 650 jobs were at risk.
Weetabix will make 30 roles at its Northamptonshire sites redundant in response to increasing pressure from supermarket own-label products and the discounters, it has announced.
Nestlé Fitness will be the official cereal sponsor of the Vodafone Malta Marathon for the next four years.
Kellogg was one of the last companies to join the sponsors’ family of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. It supported the Games by providing over 500,000 Nutri-Grain bars to the...
Kellogg Q2 net profits slumped 16% with Special K and Kashi underperforming and ‘failed innovation’ across other parts of its US cereal portfolio.
Kellogg is ‘thoroughly reviewing’ the US ruling to end its Memphis lockout; working on return dates for employees, but remains disappointed by the outcome.
Kiwi fruit products company Taura Natural Ingredients has introduced what it claims is possibly the world’s smallest real fruit pieces.
The Marc Bakery aims to transform its $1m Russian snack business into $45m in just three years – a possible goal in a country where all-natural remains nascent, its founder says.
Kellogg will close a snack plant in Georgia by the end of 2015 as part of its restructuring program, Project K.
Genius Foods, the UK’s leading gluten-free food producer, made a big investment into its summer campaign after being asked to be an official provider of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Artisan specialist Bridor USA Inc. will expand its Vineland plant to drive more European-style products into the US market, says its CEO.
Following a damning report published by Oxfam in May, General Mills has revamped its climate change plan; pledging to reveal global greenhouse gas emission targets by August 2015.
UK investment firm Bridges Ventures will bolster capacity and brand development at Welsh energy bar specialist Wholebake.
News of more than 200 job cuts at the Hovis bakery in Leicester should surprise no one, a key industry insider has told this website.
The Hovis bakery in Leicester is to close by next January with the loss of 204 jobs.
UK gluten-free major Genius has rolled products in French in-store bakeries – a move it says should normalize gluten-free for consumers.
Frito-Lay posted steady growth for Q2, fueled by excitement and consumer engagement through flavor competitions, says PepsiCo’s chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi.
Bimbo Bakeries USA (BBU) saw a 7% dip in US private label packaged bread sales in its Q2 results.
Grupo Bimbo’s Q2 net profit surged 72.6% on the previous year as sales rose slightly, whereas PepsiCo’s net profit dipped 2% despite steady sales.