A partnership between cooperative Retailer Owned Food Distributors & Associates and the technology company can provide an affordable solution to thousands of small-chain and mom-and-pop stores.
As competition heats up in the crowded segment, some analysts predict grocers may soon have a corner on the prepared food market.
Baby Boomers may have started the environmental movement and are well-versed in articulating what sustainability means, but younger consumers let their actions (purchasing behaviors) speak for them. The Hartman Group’s Sustainability 2017 report establishes that there is significant disparity among consumer segments between attitudes about sustainability and willingness to pay more for sustainable products. Which consumers are willing to pay more? The answer may surprise you.
The WIC Farmers Market is bringing fresh fruits and vegetables to the food deserts of North Texas. Participants in the Women, Infants and Children nutrition program can use their vouchers at the market to buy fresh produce.
Kroger, Albertsons and Walmart are moving into the dairy business, upending how traditional producers are able to make money with the low-margin commodity.
The deal will help Ferrero increase its overall footprint and product offerings in the U.S., and give it a presence in additional confectionary categories. Ferrara will operate as a separate unit operating out of its existing facilities.
Potential bidders for the popular brand, which is growing sales at a rate of 50% annually, could include Dean Foods, General Mills or PepsiCo.
The Irish nutrition giant is signaling greater interest in the health and wellness sector with its purchase of the Ohio-based firm that specializes in better-for-you bacteria for the food and beverage industry.
Cooke Inc. has agreed to acquire Omega Protein Corporation in a transaction worth $500 million. Canada-based Cooke is a global seafood company.
The acquisition allows the cereal giant to add the popular clean-label protein brand, which is the fastest-growing nutrition bar in the U.S., to its product lineup.