Coca-Cola Using More Corn-Based Sweeteners
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$11.5 billion deal will create the world's third largest quick-serve restaurant company.
Tyson, Hormel, Triumph Foods and Quality Pork Processors banned for use of ractopamine.
$820 million acquisition will expand General Mills’ fast-growing natural and organic foods business.
Historic home of Twinkies to close in October.
Robert Post named senior director for nutrition and regulatory affairs.
$440 million price will help fund ADM's Wild purchase.
Shifted from California; Kentucky plant gets $13 million renovation.
Jackson, Denman move up at Smucker; West leaves Mondelez
Plymouth, Minn., facility doubled with $5.5 million expansion.
All cash proposal appears better than Dollar Tree's offer.
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