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.
The Sussex startup is pushing the borders of adventurous snacking with a clean label, high protein snack that’s halfway between jerky and biltong (a traditional South African air-dried meat snack), but made with smoked salmon.
2020 was without a doubt one of the most challenging years in UK history. Not only did the food industry have to contend with the pandemic, but also the complexities involved with the UK withdrawing from the European Union.
Nim’s Fruit Crisps is harvesting the goodness of Pink Lady apples; Livwell rolls out a Nutritional Yeast variant for its vegan fans; and Dr Oetker combines science with baking to get kids creating in the kitchen.
Private equity firm Falfurrias Capital Partners has made an undisclosed investment in the manufacturer that produces nearly a million honey buns daily, as well as enough doughnuts each year to circle the globe twice.
Brynwood Partners – which currently manages more than $1 billion of private equity capital for its limited partners – has added De Wafelbakkers to its growing portfolio of North American lower middle market companies.
General Mills is moving its iconic Pillsbury brand into the cookie aisle with a line of Soft Baked Cookies; Whole Earth is gearing up for the Tokyo Olympics with personalised jars of peanut butter; and Pwellheli-based food distributor Bwydydd Madryn is...