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Stonyfield Farm proves green can be the color of money.
Americans take new measures in the struggle with obesity. News and Trends Editor Diane Toops weighs in on the topic, in this month's Toops Scoops column.
February's Equipment Round-Up covers packaging machinery that can help bag, wrap and seal products.
Partnering with others to make your product -- or theirs -- offers benefits to both partners.
As if ice cream weren’t enough of a treat, cake varieties and other baked goods are doubling up the dessert factor.
Extreme experimentation can play a significant role in modern product development. But how extreme is extreme?
An opportunity like Generation Y hasnt been dealt to marketers since the baby boom hit.
Vegan mayonnaise company told workers, contractors to quietly buy hundreds of jars of Just Mayo to inflate sales.
Their task has never been easy, but today's bread and pastry makers seem to face formulation challenges at every corner.
David Bull, executive chef at The Driskill Hotel in Austin, Texas, has been invited to compete in "Iron Chef America."
Almonds remain the most 'milked,' but other nut varieties are catching up, poised to surpass soy.
Their use undoubtedly will fade over time, but synthetics continue to shine in some applications.
Policies on smartphones, devices, should be based on clear safety benefits not the IT Dept.'s control.
Charles "Mike" Harper and Roger Enrico were revolutionary leaders of a bygone era.
Venture capital arm reportedly invests $3 million in gluten-free granola company.
Snack business' change to warehouse model could close 39 distribution centers
False online reports say Indra Nooyi trashed President-elect Donald Trump and his supporters.
Tetra Pak introduces DeltaTwistCap, direct injection-molded closures for gable-top cartons