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Pet food is evolving toward premiumization due to owners increasingly identifying with their pets almost as equals.
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.
High corn prices are forcing farmers and ranchers to turn to alternatives for feeding their animals, including discarded processed foods.
Net earnings down a bit; Blue Buffalo gives sales bump.
The Trump administration has significantly slowed the intensity of enforcement by the FDA.
Beverage companies that want to put more of their product into recycled plastic are coming up against a shortage of used containers.
The FDA is investigating a link between heart disease in dogs and certain pet foods.
Mars Inc. has announced two senior management shifts, one promotion and one new hire.
Brown brings more than 30 years of leadership experience in both the retail and foodservice marketplaces, and most recently was president/COO of High Liner Foods.
The mega mogul who became well known for building a lifestyle brand about elegance has entered will now be serving as an advisor for Canopy Growth Corporation on behalf of Sequential Brands Group.
After four sub-par years, 2019 should be better, chairman promises at Consumer Analyst Group of New York meeting.
Fresh and frozen items still rank among the bottom of e-commerce sales categories.
A couple of European food processors have announced plans to establish facilities in the U.S.
Campbell Soup has reached an accommodation with a hedge fund investor and is eyeing a potential new chief.
Pet food is becoming more upscale and “gourmet” in ways that parallel regular food, an agricultural economist told an audience of processors.
Trade wars, both Trump's and Brexit, have begun to rile food markets in both the USA and the UK.
Former Pillsbury brands sold to investment firm for $375 million.
Full-year sales up 0.8 percent but operating profit down 2.2 percent.
Two years of courtship ends in combination of age-old brands.
Board forms committee to find a replacement for 13-year veteran.
David Lemmon will replace Barry Dunaway in July.
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.
Ainsworth Pet Nutrition should add $800 million in sales to Smucker's existing $2 billion pet food business.
Last of the big pet food brands acquired; helps reshape General Mills' portfolio.