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The future of food was explored by 54 speakers over three days in November and December in a conference staged by the Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA). Editor in Chief Dave Fusaro dissects the event.
Officers and directors elected at 70th annual membership meeting.
In addition to the annual raft of novel products, Whole Foods announces GMO labeling requirement at the show.
Nine of 11 appointments come from within.
The companies are smaller but numerous, all claiming the Next Big Thing.
National Association for the Specialty Food Trade honors most innovative specialty foods.
Company renames itself after sale of all food holdings to Asian firm.
$58 million Virginia roasting facility will create 135 jobs.
Matt Mika, agricultural policy expert, in critical condition.
Maker of Sam Adams beer will add IPA-heavy Delaware craft brewer.
Tyson, Kraft and Sara Lee all were impacted by rising costs.
With raw material and energy costs up, analysts hear 2006 looks like a difficult year.
Consultant Bill Bishop emphasizes, Manufacturers and suppliers of food and consumables need to understand the implications of this trend. It is critical for them to build trade plans and strategies to address their shifting retail customer base.
Food company executives across the globe remain preoccupied by competition struggling in mature markets, developing new products, consolidation and channel-blurring, according to the annual Top of Mind survey by Paris-based CIES The Food Business Forum.
The top 100 food company announced new strategy executives and named its boards of directors.
OSI Group, a McDonalds Corp supplier, has put up three plants this year in developing markets including India and Poland.
The huge global food show will be October 5-9 in Cologne, Germany.
Formerly with PepsiCo and Procter and Gamble, Barroso will join the company on July 31 and will report to President and CEO Denise Morrison.
No. 2 organic baby food company moves Campbell in a new direction.
Irene Rosenfeld leads the food and beverage execs, as long-term, performance-based incentives replace upfront pay.
Shuanghui International (Henan Shuanghui Investment & Development Co.) is China's largest meat processor.
Ammonia leak apparently sparked explosion.
Lawmakers ask 14 companies to justify marketing claims, explain labeling, hand over data.
Ardent Mills, the new company, looks to be a $4.3 billion entity.