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Arrowhead Mills and SunSpire plus a manufacturing facility in Hereford, Texas. were bought for $15 million.
Private equity firm also creates a healthy snacks incubator Velocity Snack Brands.
Israeli firm Aleph Farms participates in experiment on the International Space Station.
87 global firms, including a small handful of food processors (Danone, Nestle, Unilever), commit to a 1.5°C future at UN Climate Action Summit.
By the end of 2020, it will include more than 2,000 products across food and beverage categories.
The world’s leading food fair will be Oct. 5-9, in Cologne, Germany.
$200 million production and warehouse facility will focus on unspecified non-carbonated beverages.
Part of year-long overhaul of Grocery Manufacturers Assn.
Sanjay Shah has a mechanical engineering background.
CFO retires, Blue Buffalo founder eases out.
Six-year veteran is No. 2 under CEO and founder Hamdi Ulukaya; plus a handful of other promotions.
Kentucky Fried Chicken to test Beyond Meat's chicken analogue at a single restaurant in Georgia.
At the same time, Heavenly Rx named Kellogg exec Paul Norman its CEO.
"World's largest yogurt plant" deepens its R&D effort as well as commitment to employees and community.
Mid-year sales and income down, more write-downs taken.
Meat-alternative products hitting shelves in September under Pure Farmland brand.
Resurrected Sara Lee Frozen Bakery, just one year old, makes its first acquisition.
Longmont, Colo., is home to 430,000-sq.-ft., $340 million facility for frozen peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
With demand poised to skyrocket, McDonald's supplier will help manufacture meatless burger.
Agency approval of key ingredient soy hemoglobin is final hurdle to vegetarian burger.
The 100-year-old NFL franchise began life as a company team for A.E. Staley Co., now Tate & Lyle.
Celebrate National Hot Dog Day – or some other romantic occasion – with a one-night stay in Oscar Mayer's giant wiener.
Net earnings down a bit; Blue Buffalo gives sales bump.
Perfect Day ice creams, $20 per pint, sell out within hours.
Consumers will be able to track their food back to the farm.