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Don Francisco Family Reserve Premium Blend Coffees Debut

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F. Gavina & Sons Inc. introduces Don Francisco Family Reserve, a line of premium blends.

Choffy Bridges The Gap Between Hot Chocolate And Coffee

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Choffy is made from 100% organic roasted and ground cacao beans and contains no sugar, dairy or chemicals. It also contains only 20 calories per serving.

Coke in a K-cup

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Coca-Cola, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Keurig, beverages

TreeHouse Sues Green Mountain Coffee for Anticompetitive Conduct

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Lawsuit Seeks to Preserve Consumer Choice and Price Competition in K-Cup Market

Campbell Soup Introduces Keurig Soup Pods

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Campbell and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters bring Campbell’s soup to Keurig machines in 2014.

Food Business Mergers And Acquisitions Fall 30.4% In 2009

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The 2009 total of merger and acquisition activity in the food & beverage industry included 263 deals (not all of them yet closed) and is the second annual decline; the 2008 figure broke a trend of three consecutive years of MA growth

Xanthan Gum Available for Food Companies in North America

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TIC Gums introduces FASTir Xanthan Gum EC for food companies in North America.

The Dow Chemical Company

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A widely used food ingredient from The Dow Chemical Company, Methocel hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC), has shown promise as a dietary supplement that “may reduce the chances that obese people will develop diabetes and its deadly complications,” according to recent research conducted by the ...

Respect Small Companies in Wellness Foods Readers Choice Awards 2009

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Your annual voting for top suppliers finds general satisfaction, but a reminder to respect small companies.

Tyson Foods Not Just a Chicken Company Anymore

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Tyson Foods, no longer just a chicken company, is now the largest food processor in North America.

Food and Beverage Companies Go Green

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Consumers are making choices based on sustainability efforts; here’s what the top food and beverage companies are doing

Editor's Plate: The Dow Jones Average is Meaningless for Food Companies

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Maybe AIG, Merrill Lynch and Chrysler are in trouble, but food companies are shining.

The New Hostess Company Resumes Operations

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The Metropolous-Apollo-controlled company plans to reopen four plants and hire workers, but not union labor.

Progressive Companies Uplift Snacking

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The modern approach to snacking is changing as progressive companies make an effort to lift snacking to its original status

Plum Organics No. 19 on Forbes Most Promising Companies List

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Also acquires British company, adds former Senator Bradley to board.

Top Food and Beverage Companies for 2005

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Tyson unseats Kraft as king of the U.S.-Canada food and beverage industry; plus exclusive results of the first Grant Thornton-Food Processing Survey of Food and Beverage Companies.

2008 FMI Show in Vegas Draws Few Large Food Companies

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The first show outside of Chicago in 26 years draws few big food companies.

Company Reports Record Growth

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Inpro/Seal Company reports that year-to-date sales are 14% ahead of 2007.

Kettle Foods Makes Alternative Energy a Company Committment

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First solar energy, then biodiesel fuel and now wind power. Kettle Foods Inc., Salem, Ore., has made alternative energy sources a company commitment.

Major Food Companies Extend Reach into Pet Food Market

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Major food companies have been extending their reach into the pet food market via acquisitions.

Kraft Names Leaders for Post-Split Companies

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Irene Rosenfeld to lead global snacks company; Tony Vernon to North American grocery business, with John Cahill joining as grocery chairman.

11 top companies reaffirm advertising to kids policy

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Eleven of the country’s biggest food and drink companies pledged to adopt new rules limiting advertising to children under the age of 12 – just hours ahead of a Federal Trade Commission hearing in mid-July on the same subject.

Super-premium Ice Cream Inspired by Favorite Beverages

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Seattle-based Starbucks Coffee Co. and Unilever introduce a new super-premium ice cream line inspired by some of consumers’ favorite Starbucks beverages.

Premium organic coffee combines flavors from around the world

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Christmas will be a whole lot jollier for java lovers who make it on to Santa’s “Nice” list thanks to Miami, Fla.-based Explorer’s Bounty.

2009 Processor of the Year: Nestle USA

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A $101 billion global company works hard at understanding shoppers with a $60 weekly food budget.

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