Just because it’s almost swimsuit time, it doesn’t mean you have to give up snacking. It’s almost summertime, so many brands are rolling out guilt-free treats, along with fridge fillers and great ways to start the day.
The snack giant has laid out its impressive Positive Agriculture agenda, designed to significantly shrink its carbon footprint, provide readily-available access to food for global population and improve the livelihoods for more people.
Seebo – the artificial intelligence (AI) platform used by producers like General Mills, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Mondelēz to predict and prevent quality, yield and waste losses – is planning to expand its global reach following a $24m Series B financing round.
PepsiCo has announced its breakfast food products – previously featuring the Aunt Jemima branding – will now feature the name of the late 19th century business that actually created the original ready-made pancake mix.
The Lay’s and Doritos snacking giant is taking a concerted dive into the plant-based protein category by creating a joint venture with Beyond Meat to expand its portfolio of health-focused snacks and beverages.
Pringles turns up the heat, the Great British Porridge Co. adds much-needed cheer to Christmas, Ginger Bakers allows coeliacs to celebrate and Frank Dale ensures this year’s [muted] party still dazzles.
A review of the Collaboration for Healthier Lives UK’s (CHL UK) first year of pilot measures to encourage healthier shopping baskets reveals that retailers working with snack producers like PepsiCo are certainly able to influence consumer choice.
Human Food – punted as ‘the only certified 100% organic nutrition bar in the world’ – introduces two new variants; Ginger Bakers celebrates the British apple; and PepsiCo Frito-Lay-backed Stacy’s rolls out innovative packaging that features a geotargeted...