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Chaucer is a major player in the global freeze-dried ingredients space, listing Kellogg's, Nestlé, Starbucks and Unilever among its clients. Pic: ©GettyImages/pamela_d_mcadams

Against the grain video series

Nothing but fruit: Clean label and health halo drive freeze-dried market

By Gill Hyslop

Consumers expect the real thing when they purchase a breakfast cereal advertised with fruit inclusions – not something produced to taste or give the appearance of. As such, the global freeze-dried ingredients market – and specifically fruit inclusions...

Cargo has signed a deal with Uber to enable drivers to make extra money by selling snacks and other essentials to passengers. Pic: Cargo

Uber inks deal with Cargo to offer snacks to passengers

By Gill Hyslop

New York-based startup Cargo – which provides in-car commerce to the rideshare economy – has signed an exclusive partnership deal with driver app Uber to offer a vending serving to passengers.

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Salmonella outbreaks

Kellogg cereal linked to Salmonella outbreaks across the US

By Douglas Yu

Kellogg has recalled Honey Smacks after the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found the cereal product is linked to Salmonella outbreaks in 31 US states, leading to 24 people being hospitalized.

RXBar's newest nut butter range. Pic: RXBar

RXBar enters growing nut butter category

By Douglas Yu

RXBar has launched its first range of nut butters to capitalize on continued demand from consumers for 'snackification' and 'flavor innovation'.

Cargo has received an additional investment boost from Kellogg's venture capital fund eighteen94. Pic: Cargo

Kellogg's venture capital fund eighteen94 invests in Cargo

By Douglas Yu

Kellogg’s venture capital fund eighteen94 has made its first investment in the in-car commerce company Cargo, but the agreement does not guarantee that Kellogg snacks like Pringles will be available in Uber.

Kellogg's new cereal cafe will be five times the size of its original one. Pic: Kellogg

News in brief

Kellogg to open cereal café in New York City

By Douglas Yu

Kellogg will open its permanent cereal café in New York City’s Union Square neighborhood on December 14, 2017, after experiencing its first year of ‘success’ in Times Square.

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