Under the auspices of the Brazilian Chocolates, Peanuts and Candies Manufacturers Association (ABICAB), four Brazilian peanut producers will be showcasing their products at Snackex in Barcelona, Spain, on June 27 and 28.
The Oreo maker’s 2018 Impact Progress Report, entitled 'Snacking Made Right', highlights its use of less energy, water and waste across the group, as well as its move to paper-based packaging and its focus on mindful consumption.
World hunger remains a persistent crisis, with approximately 842 million people going hungry every day. We look at the bakery and snack giants that are leading the fight against hunger and malnutrition.
BBU’s parent Grupo Bimbo was named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for the second time last year, and the addition of electric vehicles will further the bakery giant’s company-wide commitment.
2019 will be a year of change. With increased purchasing power, empowered consumers are pushing brands to embrace their values. Connected consumers are finding the joy in disconnecting. Older consumers want to feel and be treated as younger, says Euromonitor.
The United Nation’s World Food Program (WFP) and World Vision International (WVI) are planning to pilot automated teller machines (ATMs) in refugee camps in East Africa, which dispense locally sourced foods like cereals; much like a banking ATM dispenses...
Doors to the 15th edition of Alimentaria & Horexpo Lisboa – the largest business platform for the F&B industry in Portugal – are about to open. BakeryandSnacks chats to Fátima Vila Maior, director of the event, to find our more.
The snacking giant has finalized the reorganization of its corporate structure to prioritize regional leadership and now looks toward a holistic approach that supports smaller brands, rapid R&D and up-and-coming markets – and one that provides consumers...
Three consumer watchdogs contend that Kellogg’s has allegedly removed essential micronutrients in its breakfast cereals sold in Mexico, despite 1.6 million children in the country suffering from chronic malnutrition.
The Michigan-based cereal giant reported a fourth quarter loss of $84m – compared with a profit of $417m a year earlier – due to the looming Brexit and a ‘softness’ in its key US snacks and morning foods categories.
Dutch company FrieslandCampina Kievit is exploiting its 120 years of experience to develop innovative products in response to the bakery industry’s dichotomous demands for both clean label and indulgent experiences.
The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) says it foresees rolling roll out new varieties of drought- and disease-resistant grains to African farmers next year to increase food security in the region.