On Twitter, Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. (aka Snoop Dog) announced the imminent release of his latest hit – a gluten-free multigrain cereal touted to have ‘more corn, more flavour and more marshmallows, that’s what separated (sic) us from the rest. If...
Nairn’s Oatcakes is one of three of Scotland’s leading producers to be nominated for the FDF Awards 2022 – to be announced in September – which celebrates exceptional talent, excellence and innovation in the industry.
French mission-driven agritech company Ÿnsect is addressing one of the biggest challenges of our time – providing a farm-to-fork concept, with no waste, that will help feed an exploding global population while also preserving an increasingly at-risk planet.
Kellogg Company raised its forecast for full-year earnings, as a price hike for its Special K, Frosted Flakes, Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies, among others, offset an environment ‘as challenging as we’ve ever seen it’ – CEO and chairman.
Roskam Baking Co. – one of the largest bakeries in the US, punching in over $600m in annual sales – is merging with better-for-you granola and snacks producer Organic Milling, following its acquisition by Entrepreneurial Equity Partners (e2p).
Fairlife – the Coca-Cola Company’s latest billion dollar retail brand – has [unintentionally?] underscored the argument Kellogg Company presented to the High Court in April over the UK government’s HFSS regulations: that consumers drink milk with their...
The Cheerios and Nature Valley maker has forged a multi-year partnership with Canadian not-for-profit ALUS to support farmers and accelerate regenerative agriculture in Manitoba and Saskatchewan – key regions where General Mills sources its oats.
North America’s oldest continuously operating water-powered commercial flour mill has acquired the almost 100-year-old Red River Cereal brand from Smucker Foods of Canada Corp., a subsidiary of The J.M. Smucker Co.
Kellogg Company has lost its High Court challenge against the UK government, the ‘disappointing’ verdict expected to cost the company millions of pounds in lost sales and potentially higher prices for consumers.
The future of the Spanish co-manufacturer and private-label producer of cookies, cereals and pasta has been secured after a €100m cash injection from the country’s Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism brought new owners back to the table.
Research by innovation intelligence platform Vypr around the National Food Strategy revealed 83% of consumers believe there is a need for new or reformulated food products that are healthier, however, the appetite for so-called ‘unhealthy’ food remains.
The Pringles, Special K and Eggo maker is making a bold move to separate into three independent companies, spinning off its US, Canadian and Caribbean cereal and plant-based businesses, which collectively represented approximately 20% of its net sales...
Japanese conglomerate Teijin Limited has forged a partnership with Spanish distributor Emilio Peña SA (EPSA) to sell the highly nutritious BARLEYmax, which punches in with 15x more dietary fibre than rolled barley.
The price of Cereals and Bakery Products jumped 11.6% year-over-year, marking the biggest jump since July of 1981, likely impacted by the soaring prices of fats and oils, up 16.9% compared to a year ago, with butter and margarine up 20.2%.
The energy at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, US, was at an all-time high in late May, thanks to nearly 700 exhibitors showcasing the foremost innovations across 4.5 acres to the more than 16,000 registered attendees.
The grower-owned Belgian cooperative has launched a mixed berry snack pack, noting the breakfast segment – especially in the UK – remains an untapped occasion to punt the consumption of better-for-you berries.
Shoppers around the globe are feeling the pressure of runaway inflation – to the point where some are even foregoing heat to eat – however, that doesn’t mean they’re prepared to give up quality for a bargain.
Délifrance’s newest ‘Prove It’ market analysis examines the changes the breakfast market has gone through over the past few years and how bakeries should adapt now OOH (out of home) is picking up speed.
Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes has joined Lucasfilm to offer both cereal and Star Wars fans a new way to embrace their inner light or dark side; Crosta & Mollica and Rootles are tootling the plant-based message; and Dewey’s Bakery has gone nutty.
Steve Cahillane said the breakfast cereal giant – which so far has essentially avoided hiking prices – is finally expecting to crumple amid worsening inflation, lingering supply chain disruptions, a workers’ strike, a plant fire and the war in Ukraine.
Popcorn Shed and Popcorn Kitchen claim that there's no party without popcorn, Good4 U is helping to ramp up a bland salad into a nutritious crowd-pleaser and pladis and Kallø are on a mission to prove that healthy treats don't have to be dull.
Kellogg’s UK has accused the Department of Health and Social Care of allegedly failing to enter into a ‘reasonable conversation’ to consider what the addition of milk or yoghurt would have on the nutritional value of a bowl of breakfast cereal.
Turnkey equipment manufacturers CPM Wolverine Proctor has acquired UK specialist engineer Planet Dryers Ltd., best known for its triple-pass dryer that has set the industry standard for the snacks market.
The Cheerios, Betty Crocker and Nature Valley brand owner has released its 2022 Global Responsibility Report, highlighting the progress it has made against environmental and social commitments in 2021.
The US advocate for all grain foods has launched the ‘Better Together’ campaign to highlight simple ways Americans can include whole and enriched grain foods products into their meals to maximise their health.
After a year of tinkering around, the breakfast cereal giant’s food developers have successfully reduced the sodium content in its Special K cereal range by around 20% – without dramatically changing its iconic flavour profile.
Lay’s teams up with soccer champs Lionel Messi and Lieke Martens; Harry & David enlists celeb chef Geoffrey Zakarian; Real Handful banks on first-to-market aerated nuts to change the nutty landscape; and Nibble Simply creates vegan chips made with...
To celebrate its 125th anniversary and to honour Women’s History Month, the Post cereal brand is donating funds to women adventurers to help them scale to the great heights of Mount Everest or immerse themselves in the stark white landscape of Antarctica.
Ice cream like you’ve never taste before – including Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, Planet Earth, Pizza and Hot Honey; falling in love with stuffed cauli bites; and taking fruit snacks to new heights are just a few of the disruptive new kids on the snacks...
For an extremely limited time – Kellogg’s says when it’s gone, it’s gone – the breakfast cereal giant is inviting consumers to celebrate Easter with a Hot Cross Bun cereal; heirloom corn brand Pipcorn is celebrating its 10th birthday with a partnership...
The GNT Group – a specialist of future-proof products from only natural ingredients – will demonstrate how its plant-based colour platform can deliver flamboyant colour while maintaining a 100% clean label at CFIA Rennes 2022.
The US government's Special Supplemental Nutrition Programme for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) works to safeguard the health of more than 6.2 million low-income women, babies and toddlers in the US who are at nutrition risk.
The Lay’s, Cheetos and Quaker Oats maker is rolling out the use of UBQ material developed by Israeli startup UBQ Materials from household waste, which has significant impact in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The Battle Creek, Michigan-headquartered breakfast giant is taking steps to break the stigma and prioritise employees’ mental health, while its Canadian arm is marking the double celebratory year with limited edition Frosted Flakes packaging.
Mexican officials have seized 380,000 boxes of Kellogg’s cereals that feature cartoon mascots, which are in violation of recent laws preventing the marketing of allegedly ‘unhealthy’ products to children.
Tel Aviv-based B.T. Sweet, Ltd. has developed a game-changing plant-based sweetening platform, which enables producers to slash the sugar content from breakfast cereals, confectionery and treats like hazelnut and chocolate spread.
It’s time to take snacking up a notch with a ‘truly new’ chip experience, an intelligent nibble that blends hydration with brain-enhancements, oats-with-a-twist that turn breakfast into a party and ‘special treat’ biccies to share.