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Plum Organics No. 19 on Forbes Most Promising Companies List

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

Progressive Companies Uplift Snacking

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

Top Food and Beverage Companies for 2005

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.

Can New Nestle CEO Transform the Company?

New Nestle CEO Ulf Mark Schneider could shake up the packaged food company, whose board earlier this year made it clear to investors that it wants change.

Kraft Names Leaders for Post-Split Companies

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

Kettle Foods Makes Alternative Energy a Company Committment

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

11 top companies reaffirm advertising to kids policy

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.

Major Food Companies Extend Reach into Pet Food Market

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

MRO Q&A: Utility Company Bites Into Brewery Blips

A reader asks how to handle power blips and restarts the utility company insists is caused by squirrels.

J&J Snack Foods named to 200 Best Small Companies list

J&J Snack Foods was selected by Forbes magazine for its' "200 Best Small Companies" list once again for 2007.

How Seven CEOs will Change the Food Industry

Fourteen of the 15 largest food companies have changed CEOs in the past three years. Here’s a look at how seven of them will change the food industry.

Food Industry Business: A Bumper Crop of New CEOs

Baby Boomers (and one Gen Xer) are taking the helms of top food companies.

2006 Processor of the Year: Kellogg Co.

Its 2001 acquisition of Keebler not only grew the company and brought it into the world of snacks, it forced a financial and manufacturing discipline that serves Kellogg well today.

2016 Capital Spending Report: Partners in CapEx

Manufacturing ventures entail risk, and food processors increasingly are partnering with other food companies to mitigate the risk of new-plant projects.

Food Companies Leveraging Technology to Drive Down Logistics Costs

2013 Capital Spending Outlook: Processors Invest in the Tools of Production, ...

Balance sheets look strong, but food companies are holding the line on capital projects, projecting only a 5.4 percent increase this year.

How Much Does Your CEO Make?

Another sign food and beverage companies are doing well: CEO pay increases.

Are Food Stocks Safe Havens?

Food and beverage stocks have been battered by the markets, but financial analysts believe they’re weathering the storm better than most companies.

2011 Processor of the Year: H.J. Heinz Co.

While keeping ketchup at the forefront, this 142-year-old company keeps reinventing itself, domestically and around the world.

Market View: Work for Main Street not Wall Street

Profit is the reward a company gets for satisfying customers, not the main objective.

Diamond Foods Seeks to Sell its Business in Pieces

Diamond Foods has failed to find a buyer for the entire $1-billion snack foods company, so says it will explore the sale of individual brands.

Beer Merger Could Brew Up Behemoth

Rumored for months, Anheuser-Busch InBev’s potential takeover of SABMiller would join the world’s two largest beer companies, creating a $275-billion brewing behemoth.

What's the Cost of Ingredient Cost Control?

Processors and ingredient companies share their strategies for helping to control today’s high cost of ingredients – without impacting quality or safety.

Coca-Cola Unseated as World's Top Brand

According to an Interbrand survey, the beverage company ended its 13-year run by being upended by Apple and Google

Top 100 Food Companies: Profiles 1-25

The 2008 top 100 food and beverage processing companies in the U.S. and Canada are profiled in this annual feature.

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