Native Snacks will increase its distribution network in the UK by an impressive 1,500% after securing listings with Sainsbury’s, Holland & Barret online and Ocado for its range of better-for-you Popped Lotus Seeds.
Elakkia brings Sri Lankan tastes to the UK, premium pudding brand Pots & Co reinvents a classic by going upside down, and Nim’s and Simply Doughnuts celebrate one of the UK’s most prestigious business awards.
PepsiCo posted better-than-expected fourth quarter results, primarily driven by its Frito-Lay North American unit, which delivered its fastest rate of growth since 2013, according to CEO Ramon Laguarta.
The London-based startup’s deal with Burts Snacks to domestically manufacture its Popped Lotus Seeds – previously processed in India – has secured two major listings and a round of seed funding to support growth.
California snack brand The Good Bean has acquired the assets of peer company Beanitos and is heading into 2020 as a unified company to expand into other sectors that ‘each business couldn’t easily get into on their own.’
Kellogg’s has taken another step in its drive to help families make better choices in the morning; French pâtissier Tipiak has launched a selection of Mediterranean canapés on the UK market; and SkinnyDipped Almonds is kicking off 2020 with a vegan offering...
Consumers are demanding more than just indulgence – they want a treat that’s healthy but still tasty; sustainable yet comes with an extended shelf life; is portable and size proportioned; is Instagrammable; and comes with a story or purpose.
Equipment manufacturers are investing ‘huge sums in R&D’ to enable bakers boost operational efficiency and develop application-specific products to meet exacting consumer demands, according to Global Market Insights.