Category Archives: Suppliers

Kellogg considers selling cookie unit amid reorganization

Kellogg is considering a sale of its fruit-snack and cookie units, which include such brands as Keebler, Famous Amos and Stretch Island, as the firm works to focus more on core brands. The company also announced it would be reorganizing its operational structure in January to spur growth and innovation.

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Mondelez going recyclable

Mondelez International Inc. announced all of its packaging will be recyclable by 2025. Also in the next seven years, Mondelez will provide consumers with recycling information about all its products.

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Tyson Foods tackling the issue of transparency in beef

A new partnership between Tyson Foods Inc. and the largest feedlot cooperative in the U.S. is changing the transparency conversation. They have joined forces to offer the beef industry’s first-ever program that gives consumers key assurances about the beef they eat. The program has the potential to reshape the entire industry.

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Washington-based dairy-farmer cooperative Darigold will upgrade its flagship plant

Washington-based dairy-farmer cooperative Darigold will upgrade its flagship plant for $100 million. In addition, it plans to add new sales offices in Mexico and Asia, targeting the appetites of a growing global middle class. The cooperative’s export volumes ramped up over the last five years, as it sends upward of 40% of its production to customers in 20 foreign markets.

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Another CPG giant is born

A few weeks after Keurig snapped up Dr. Pepper, Conagra Brands is buying Pinnacle Foods for approximately $10.9 billion, including Pinnacle Foods’ outstanding net debt.

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