Fibers, Flours, Grains, Rice


Courtesy of Sandridge Crafted Foods
New Oxford
Mergers & Acquisitions

Sandridge Crafted Foods Acquires Winter Gardens Quality Foods in New Oxford, Pennsylvania

Nov. 10, 2023
Addition of the New Oxford facility expected to increase production capacity and capabilities for Ohio-based food processor Sandridge.
Courtesy of Nissin Foods
Capital Spending

Nissin Foods USA to Build Ramen, Noodles Plant in South Carolina

Nov. 9, 2023
The company behind Top Ramen and Cup Noodles will invest $228 million to construct its third U.S. manufacturing facility in Greenville County, S.C.
Girl Interrupted Eating
"Pinto Beans"
Mergers & Acquisitions

Columbia Grain International Makes Acquisition, Opens Consumer Products Business

June 23, 2023
Enrich Foods LLC will offer grain-, dry bean- and pulse-based products to retail customers after the company purchases Great River Milling.
People on the Move

Barilla Names New President of Region Americas Business

May 25, 2023
Melissa Tendick will replace Jean-Pierre Comte on June 1, with Comte stepping down after 13 years with the company.
Heart Health
Fibers, Flours, Grains, Rice

Cardiologist Starts a Food Company To Heal Her Patients

April 26, 2023
Dr. Elizabeth Klodas, a Mayo Clinic- and Johns Hopkins Hospital-trained doctor, creates Step One Foods, employing fiber, plant sterols, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants.
Courtesy of Kellogg Company
rice stalks in farmer's hand
Fibers, Flours, Grains, Rice

Kellogg Sees Early Positive Impact on Climate from Rice Farming Pilot Program

Feb. 3, 2023
In its first year, Kellogg Company's InGrained pilot program in the Lower Mississippi River Basin lowered the impact of rice farms on the climate.
Food Flavors
Flavors, Extracts, Distillates

Ingredient Round Up: February 2023

Jan. 31, 2023
Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our February 2023 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Fibers, Flours, Grains, Rice

Under Pressure, Mondelēz Changes Whole Wheat Labels

July 13, 2022
CSPI is claiming to have persuaded Mondelēz International to be more explicit about the whole-grain content in its crackers.
Fibers, Flours, Grains, Rice

Some Global Food Prices Edge Back Down

July 13, 2022
Global food prices are starting to come down for some items, while the U.S. is quietly urging farmers to use more Russian fertilizer.
Legal Issues

Farmer Charged with Organic Grain Fraud

July 12, 2022
A Minnesota farmer faces federal charges of having falsely labeled grain as organic for years to get the higher sale price.

UN Calls for Rethinking Farm Subsidies

July 7, 2022
Nations should reorient their systems of agricultural subsidies toward healthier foods, according to a new report from the United Nations.