Change Management


Editor's Plate

Editor's Plate: Wade Into AI With Us

Feb. 28, 2024
Dip your toes into artificial intelligence at your own pace and you should enjoy the water.
Business Strategies

Smucker’s Closes Hostess Acquisition, Announces Leadership, Structural Changes

Nov. 8, 2023
The J.M. Smucker Co. announces a shuffling of business units and leadership changes to incorporate the new Hostess businesses and brands.
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Animal Proteins

Tyson Foods Lays Off 250 Wilkesboro, N.C., Poultry Plant Workers

Oct. 3, 2023
Citing supply-demand imbalance, the Springdale, Ark., poultry processor continues to experience business turbulence this year.
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Hain Celestial Unveils New Logo, Corporate Identity in Latest Transformative Move

Sept. 14, 2023
Building on prior changes, Hain Celestial Group has a new logo, purpose, vision, mission and values statement called “The Hain Way.”
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Business Strategies

Tyson Posts Another Quarterly Loss; Will Close Four Chicken Processing Plants

Aug. 7, 2023
In conjunction with the announcement of a $417 million Q3 loss, Tyson Foods announced that it will shutter four chicken plants in Arkansas, Indiana and Missouri.
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Change Management

Tyson Foods Cutting 262 White-Collar Jobs at Dakota Dunes Office

June 5, 2023
The employees declined to relocate from Dakota Dunes to Springdale, Ark., headquarters, as part of a consolidation; includes the group president of fresh meats.
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Processor of the Year

2022 Processor of the Year: Plant Operations at Hershey

Dec. 2, 2022
The principles that got Hershey manufacturing through the coronavirus crisis will power it going forward.
Career Ladder
Working Wit

A Hop, Skip, and a Jump Out

Oct. 20, 2022
A recent survey revealed women are leaving corporate jobs in rapid numbers, but not for reasons you probably think. Find out why corporations, particularly in manufacturing, need...
Legal Issues

Bimbo Bakeries To Pay $131K for Alleged Hiring Discrimination

Feb. 25, 2022
The company known for its bakery products will pay $131,216 in back pay and interest to 134 female applicants as part of an agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor.

End Flap: Staying on the Right Side of the Great Resignation

Feb. 22, 2022
Food processors will want to stay on the right side of the Great Resignation. Pan Demetrakakes explains how.

Building A Better Workplace For Women In The Food And Beverage Industry

Jan. 28, 2022
We're kicking off our Women in the Workplace series with Angela Dodd, Founder of Females in Food.
Influential Women in Food

Food Processing Launches Influential Women in Food Recognition Program

Dec. 10, 2021
Food Processing wants to help honor the women that are moving the needle on creating a more female-friendly food and beverage workforce.