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Campbell Soup Co. introduces four Wolfgang Puck Italian sauces, inspired by the chef's love of Italian cuisine and based upon sauces served at his popular restaurants.
HV Food Products Co., a subsidiary of The Clorox Co., rolls out its Hidden Valley for Everything Topping & Dip which keeps the same taste as the traditional salad dressing, but has a creamier, thicker texture.
Three Cheese Queso and Toasted Southwestern Spices flavors offer perfect blend of premium ingredients and adventurous flavors.
In this new feature, Toops And Friends, News and Trends Editor Diane Toops sits down with Bryce Ruiz, president & co-CEO of Dinuba, Calif.-based Ruiz Foods.
Greg Flack has been appointed president/CEO/COO of Schwan Food Co. effective July 1
Campbell Soup Co. brings heat to low-sodium foods with the rollout of V8 Spicy Hot Low Sodium vegetable juice.
Campbell Soup Co. introduced two new varieties of its V8 V-Fusion vegetable and fruit juice line: Concord Grape Raspberry and Concord Grape Raspberry Light blend grape juice.
The $4.5 billion Keebler acquisition taught Kellogg lessons in manufacturing efficiency and to look to employees for ways to cut plant costs.
The new varieties include Del Monte Sugar-Free Sweet Pickle Relish; Del Monte Sugar-Free Sweet Gherkin Pickles; Gedney Balsamic Munchers; Cains Reduced-Sodium Hamburger Chip; Cains Sugar-Free Bread & Butter Chip; Cains Sugar-Free Sweet Relish; and Cains Balsamic Munchers.
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"Miracle meat of a million uses" celebrates 75 years.
Companies that are built to last have a knack for changing with the times while keeping what works. Heinz grew up with the Industrial Age and continues to change with the times.
The top new food products of April 2008
Beech-Nut introduces a line of baby foods featuring Beech-Nut purees co-branded with Motts applesauce.
Gluten-free fruit and nut bars made with simple, organic Ingredients offers a three-fourths serving of organic fruit at just 200 calories or less.
Foodservice and hospitality consulting agency Andrew Freeman & Co. offers a slew of trends for 2012
While keeping ketchup at the forefront, this 142-year-old company keeps reinventing itself, domestically and around the world.
McIlhenny Co. adds Tabasco Buffalo Style Hot Sauce to its line of pepper sauce flavors.
Stella D'oro Co. introduces a line of 100-Calorie items
After three decades of success in the UK where Crunchy Nut is a $154 million brand, Kellogg Co. brings to the U.S. Kellogg's Crunchy Nut cereal.
Kellogg's sophisticated product development center facilitates innovation and experimentation and keeps the new product pipeline full.
Campbell Soup Co. introduced its line of Campbell's Slow Kettle-Style soups combining distinctive ingredients like asiago cheese, baby bella mushrooms and white beans and slowly simmering them to create Slow Kettle-Style soups to be "better than homemade."
Heinz has launched two packaging innovations in the company's iconic ketchup that company executives think could be game-changers.
Cos Cob, Conn.-based Chicken Soup for the Soul Foods introduces a line of pasta sauces, broths, gravies and meal builders kits.
In a sign of growing disenchantment between the Hershey Trust and the candy companys management, all but two members of Hershey Co. board of directors resigned Nov. 11 and were immediately replaced.