In recent months, there has been a raft of announcements from brands that have shimmied up to big names to pump energy into their marketing ploys and attract the purchasing power of star-struck consumers.
Traditional bakeries typically have the proper food safety measures in place onsite, but what some may have failed to realise is that when switching to an online and home delivery service, the rules, regulations and requirements change.
PepsiCo is building on its three decade long history with the city of Chicago by investing $1.5m towards business practices to support equitable recovery in the ‘Windy City’, which has seen unemployment rates skyrocket because of the coronavirus pandemic.
B&G Foods, PepsiCo, Conagra Brands, Mars Inc and Land O’Lakes have all agreed to remove legacy logos that allegedly have racists connotations amid growing pressure from the Black Lives Matter movement in the US.
The Big Issue Japan – a street newspaper that enlists vendors who are homeless or working their way out of poverty – has made its foray into the bread business with an initiative aimed to slash food waste.
Perfetti Van Melle is taking centre stage at the upcoming Festival of Licensing to reveal the secret behind Chupa Chups’ licensing success and the importance of design as a tool for reinforcing brand relevance and uniqueness.
The extremely limited edition set of chips – developed by Swedish brewery St. Eriks in 2016 as a publicity stunt, which sold out in minutes – could be a novel way for a forward-thinking snack producer to raise money for a vulnerable community impacted...