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Six-year veteran is No. 2 under CEO and founder Hamdi Ulukaya; plus a handful of other promotions.
"World's largest yogurt plant" deepens its R&D effort as well as commitment to employees and community.
Resurrected Sara Lee Frozen Bakery, just one year old, makes its first acquisition.
Year-old frozen bakery company locates HQ and product development in suburban Chicago.
Refrigerated salad dressing company acquires maker of organic shelf-stable dressings.
The Coca-Cola Co. often includes a clause in contracts with academic researchers that allows it to quash research if it’s unfavorable to the company, according to a recent study.
The convenience store chain is testing where exactly the rubber beets the road when it comes to health and convenience.
As part of our annual R&D Trends reporting, we're asking the food and beverage community to take part in a short survey.
Mehmood Khan retires as vice chairman and chief science officer, replaced by Rene Lammers.
Three appointments, two retirements as Ken Romanzi becomes CEO in April.
We're putting out the call for nominations for all our 2019 Awards all in one space: R&D Teams of the Year, Green Plant of the Year, and Influential Women in Manufacturing.
Former chief operating officer Jay Jandrain replaces him.
Israeli firm Aleph Farms grows and ultimately cooks a minute steak.
EVP Kelly Prior steps in temporarily as executive search under way.
IFT18 will include more than 1,000 global exhibits, showcasing the latest products and innovations in food science and technology.
Last of the big pet food brands acquired; helps reshape General Mills' portfolio.
Diet Pepsi may experience a sweetener reversal as reports claim it's bringing a version back with aspartame as the brand's main variety.
Four bold new flavors, sleek, tall cans and a graphic redesign debut the brand following a two-year innovation process.
USDA's Economic Research Service finds millennials shop at grocery stores the least among four generations studied.
Simple ingredients and not a lot of sugar is how the yogurt maker tapped into the consumer shift toward healthier eating, and earned attention from the French dairy firm.
The name of the initiative reflects the color of family-held Barilla's product packaging as well as the year the family-owned pasta company began business as a bakery.
Designed specifically for food-related ventures, the incubator facility is expected to be completed in 2018. It will house chef Rick Bayless’ culinary training program.
The olive oil company invests $2 million in a new 4,500-sq.-ft. facility, located in Baltimore.
Bunge Ltd., IOI Loders Croklaan, IOI Corp. Berhad, palm and tropical oil-derived products, oil solutions, Soren Schroder, sustainability, food and ingredients business
The Chicago-based business sells branded meat products such as pizza toppings and meatballs.