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McDonald's Sees a Turnaround

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The company is enjoying a stronger second quarter in 2017, supporting management’s efforts to change lackluster sales with new initiatives.

PepsiCo Plans R&D Expansion, Renovations in New York Campus

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PepsiCo reportedly is looking to build a research and development structure on its Valhalla, N.Y., global beverage research and development center campus.

Planning for the Split, Kraft to Cut 1,600 Jobs

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Most from sales and management; manufacturing untouched for now.

Sovos Brands to Purchase Rao’s Specialty Foods

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Rao’s produces premium pasta sauces and more; Sovos was formed to buy and build distinctive brands.

White House Plan Calls for Unified Food Agency

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Office of Management and Budget government reform outline calls for 32 agency consolidations or handoffs, including the 'Federal Food Safety Agency.'

Campbell Soup Co. Makes Management Changes in its Fresh Division

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Ed Carolan president of Campell Soup Co.'s Campbell Fresh Division; Bethmara Kessler becomes senior vice president of Campell's Integrated Global Services, succeeding Carolan.

PepsiCo Reorganizes Management Amid Frito-Lay Chief's Exit

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PepsiCo is promoting several executives as Tom Greco prepares to step down as CEO of Frito-Lay North America.

FMI Future Connect Rescheduled for October 12-14

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New Future Connect Educational Portal Provides Valuable Industry Resources

Kraft announces new executive team

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Kraft Foods Inc. announced a new executive team that will sharpen the company's focus on innovation, marketing and growth.

PepsiCo's Reinemund to retire as chairman; Nooyi to take helm

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PepsiCo announced Aug. 14 that Steve Reinemund, chairman and CEO, will retire next May. "After 22 years with PepsiCo, more than five of them as chairman and CEO, I have decided that my family is entitled to more time from me than the responsibilities and obligations of continuing as PepsiCo's CEO...

Campbell Soup to Close Toronto Soup Plant; Relocate Canadian Headquarters

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The company plans to close its Toronto soup and broth manufacturing plant and move its Canadian headquarters and commercial operations to a new Toronto-area location.

Reiser Expands Its USA Headquarters

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Much of additional 46,000 sq. ft. dedicated to customer center.

Oberto Brands Acquired By Canadian Conglomerate, Premium Brands Holdings

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Premium Brands Holdings builds through acquisition and owns a range of branded specialty food businesses with operations across Canada and six U.S. states.

Gold Coast Ingredients receives IFS Certification

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Gold Coast Ingredients has received certification against International Food Standard Version 5.

Starbucks Augusta, Ga., Plant to Nearly Double in Size

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$120 million expansion for "solubles plant," which roasts beans and makes key coffee ingredient for Via Instant coffee and the coffee base for Frappuccino.

NECCO May Close, Lay off Workers, if Buyer Isn't Found

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The Massachusetts confectioner and maker of Necco wafers says it will shut down and lay off nearly 400 workers unless it finds a buyer.

Dean Foods Makes Minority Investment in Good Karma Foods

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Dean is making a savvy minority interest investment deal in smaller vegan product manufacturer, Good Karma Foods.

Teasdale Foods Acquires Flatbread, Tortilla Maker Mesa Foods

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Teasdale Foods acquires Mesa Foods, a producer of private-label tortillas, flatbreads, taco shells, taco kits and chips.

Hostess Brands Names Andrew Callahan CEO

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Andrew Callahan, who brings 23 years of packaged goods experience from Tyson, Kraft and others will take over as president and CEO at Hostess on May 7.

Mars Wrigley Confectionery Offering World's Sweetest Internship

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The confectioner is offering what it calls The World’s Sweetest Internship 2019 for applicants 21 or older for an 8-12 paid internship in Chicago.

Kraft to Split Into Two Companies

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Think of them as Kraft-General Foods vs. Nabisco-Cadbury-Jacobs Suchard.

Sara Lee promotes three executives

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Chicago-based Sara Lee Corp. announced June 30 that its board of directors has elected George Chappelle a senior vice president of the corporation and Kees Gielen and Aldo Uva, each to vice president of the corporation, effective immediately.

ConAgra Moving to Chicago, Cuts 1,500 Jobs

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Struggling ConAgra Foods says it will cut 1,500 jobs and move corporate headquarters and 700 jobs to downtown Chicago as part of a restructuring.

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