Kellogg’s, Mondelēz, Pepperidge Farm and Flowers Foods have recently recalled bakery and snack products after a whey powder ingredient supplied by Associated Milk Producers has been suspected to be contaminated with the Salmonella bacteria.
Alabama-based sprouted grains supplier, To Your Health Sprouted Flour Company, has tightened up its pasteurization process by adopting a new ‘non-invasive’ kill step to reduce the amount of salmonella bacteria in its products.
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Special K cereal bars in the UK are now added with wholegrain oats, whole fruit pieces and nutrients such as vitamins B3, B6 and folic acid, and their weight has increased from the original 21.5g per bar to 27g.
Kellogg has introduced two limited edition pastries under its Pop-Tarts brand to the US with two side-by-side flavors in one tart to capitalize on a growing penchant for nostalgic purchases by aging millennials for sweet baked goods.
PepsiCo-owned Quaker Oats has collaborated with South Korea snack maker Lotte Confectionary to enter the fast-growing Korean cereal market currently dominated by Kellogg’s and Post in JVs with local producers.
Private-label packaged foods manufacturer TreeHouse Foods has announced it will close the remaining operations at its cereal production plant in Battle Creek, Michigan, later this year, due to low economic viability.
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.
Campbell Soup could take share from Kellogg in the US convenience channel after acquiring Snyder’s-Lance, as the cereal giant is abandoning the direct store delivery (DSD) model for its entire snacks division, said Euromonitor analyst Jared Koerten.