CHOMPS – known for its brightly-colored meat sticks and miniature CHOMPLINGS products – is seeking to capture a 'significant share' of the meat snacks category by focusing on the "metrics that really matter," says co-founder and CEO...
The Lay’s and Doritos maker has signed a $20m partnership with the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to create a gender-inclusive supply chain and help build a more sustainable food system.
As record high sales from the early days of the coronavirus pandemic level out at rates significantly lower than March and April but still higher than last year, CPG companies are trying to reassure investors that they can hold on to new customers and...
Confectionery giant has announced a multi-year commitment planned to accelerate the company’s existing diversity and inclusion (D&I) efforts, spending $1bn annually with minority- and women-owned businesses by 2024.
Malaysian insect-protein firm Ento has opted to shift its food production focus from whole-insect snacks to a ‘proteinisation’ focus in the hope of increasing consumer acceptability and encouraging mass consumption.
The Cheerios and Lucky Charms maker has partnered with Champion Athleticwear to launch a limited edition collection featuring popular cereals and to provide thousands of meals to kids in need across America.
According to the specialist in native and modified wheat starches, wheat proteins and wheat-based functional blends, consumers will increasingly demand sustainable, safe and uncomplicated products in the post-corona era.
PeaTos – developed to disrupt the $21bn snack market dominated by Cheetos maker Frito-Lay with snacks formulated with peas and lentils instead of corn for a healthier nutrition profile – has completed a $7m Series A fundraising round.
‘UTZ’ held its first day of public trading on the New York Stock Exchange on August 31, 2020, following a reverse merger with Collier Creek Holdings, a SPAC co-founded by Kraft Foods alum Roger Deromedi.
Natural snacks producer Quinn has closed an additional round of Series D funding of $3m, which will allow it to bolster its sustainability and transparency mission, along with its retail and ecommerce presence and more first-to-market product lines.
NatureBox – a VC-backed startup that burst onto the scene in 2012 as the Trader Joe’s of online snacking with curated subscription boxes – has evolved its business model over the years, making a move into bricks & mortar retail, and getting heavily...