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Canadian Company Announces New Amazon Strategy For Holy Crap Cereal

December 22, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Toronto-based Plant & Co. announced it is making a strategic shift from Amazon's Vendor to Seller Central to grow existing Holy Crap cereal sales in Canada and position the product for expansion to the health and wellness market in the U.S. According to the company, Amazon's Seller Central will give it greater control over online product sales. Holy Crap cereal sales increased more than 120 percent in the second half of 2020 over the same period in 2019. Holy Crap contains certified organic, non-GMO, kosher, and gluten free ingredients, including hemp seed, buckwheat, chia seeds, and gluten-free oats. 
"Plant & Co. Brands Announces Holy Crap Cereal Brands' 2021 Amazon Sales Strategy", MarketWatch, December 22, 2020, © MarketWatch, Inc.
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Snack Companies Experiment With Carbon-Neutral Products

December 21, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Snack companies young and old are trying to keep up with the conscious consumerism trend by introducing carbon neutral – or “climate-positive” – snacks. Among the bigger food players offering the innovation is PepsiCo and its Walkers Chip line in the U.K. The company has partnered with British clean tech firm CCm Technologies (Oxford) , which is using carbon-capture technology to help  Walkers turn its leftover potato peelings into new low-carbon fertilizer. Walkers is installing CCm’s equipment at its Leicester-based factory in 2021 to reduce carbon emissions by as much as 70 percent in its crisps line. Other companies dabbling in carbon-neutral technology include Mondelez and its recently-launched NoCOé crackers brand, Planet FWD and its Moonshot Snacks, and start-up Impact Snacks.
Sally Ho, "Carbon-Neutral Snacks Are Coming To A Supermarket Shelf Near You – The Rise Of Climate Positive Food", Green Queen, December 21, 2020, © Ekowarehouse Limited
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U.K.’s Cheeky P’s Unveils Rebranded Crunchy Chickpea Snacks

December 21, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The London-based snack company has rebranded its range of flavored crunchy chickpeas with “brazen and colorful packaging” to reflect a “playful style” and bold taste credentials. The Kickin’ Curry flavor will roll out alongside the brand’s latest addition to the range, Lip-smackin’ Cheese, in Sainsbury’s Taste of the Future trial bay in selected stores and online. Each of the flavors, which are fiber- and protein-rich, gluten-free, and vegan-friendly, are available in 40-gram bags at an RRP of £1 ($1.36).
Fiona Briggs, "New look Cheeky P’s secures major listing in Sainsbury’s", Retail Times, December 21, 2020, © RetailTimes.co.uk
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18-Count Packages Of Keto Nut Mixes Available At Sam’s Club

December 20, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Walmart-owned membership warehouse chain Sam's Club (Bentonville, Ark.) is now selling bags of keto snacks in 18-count packages. The snacks include sweet and savory nut mixes containing about two grams of net carbs, one gram of sugar and seven grams of protein in two flavors: Probiotic Keto Snack Mix (almonds, pepitas, walnuts, cheese balls, macadamia nuts, and hazelnuts) and the Probiotic Choconut Keto Mix (almonds, pecans, hazelnuts, roasted coconut chips, and dark chocolate). The packages are priced at $12.98 each.
Alexis Morillo, "Sam’s Club Now Sells Individually Packaged Keto-Friendly Snacks", Yahoo! Life, December 20, 2020, © Verizon Media
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RW Garcia Extends Line Of BFY Crackers

December 19, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The family-owned San Jose, Calif.-based BFY snack maker’s new organic crackers come in two varieties: Organic Everything and Organic Kale. The kale version is made with stone-ground white corn, kale, flaxseed, chia seed, and black sesame seed. The Everything version is made with stone-ground corn, poppy and sesame seeds, onion, garlic, and sea salt.  Both are Non-GMO Project verified, certified gluten-free, cholesterol-free, kosher, and contain no trans fats. The company also offers Sweet Beet, Sweet Potato, and Lentil with Turmeric variants.
Anne Allen, "RW Garcia Launches New Products", delimarketnews.com, December 19, 2020, © delimarketnews.com
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Nature’s Fynd Invests In Commercialization Of Foods, Beverages Containing Fy

December 19, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Chicago-based a food technology company, formerly known as Sustainable Bioproducts, has big plans for its fungi protein called Fy, made by fermenting the fusarium strain flavolapis. According to the company, Fy contains all nine essential amino acids, and is a good source of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Nature’s Fynd plans to commercialize food and beverage products that contain Fy across the breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack occasions. Fy has been shown to work in meat alternatives and dairy alternatives. To realize its commercialization plans, the company recently hired four executives with more than 60 years of combined experience working for food and ingredient companies, including Baljit Singh Ghotra as senior vice president of food innovation. He previously was vice president of food research at Archer Daniels Midland Co. 
Jeff Gelski, "Fungi protein company adds four to executive team", Baking Business, December 19, 2020, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY
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Freedom Foods To Sell Health Cereal, Snacks Businesses To Arnott’s

December 18, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The beleaguered Australian food company, which recently stunned investors when it revealed it had a nearly A$600 million hole in its accounts, is selling off its health cereal and snacks business to Arnott's, a company that was carved from the Campbell Soup Company last year in a A$3.2 billion deal led by private equity firm KKR. Freedom Foods, which is facing a shareholder class action as it tries to raise capital, will also change its name to distance itself from a recent trading and financial mess that has seen its chief executive and chief financial officer quit in quick succession after hundreds of millions of dollars of impairments drenched the accounts in red ink. The sale includes various cereal and snacks manufacturing facilities in New South Wales and Victoria, as well as the Freedom Foods, Messy Monkeys, Heritage Mill, and Arnold's Farm brands. It does not include the Crankt Protein brand.
Gill Hyslop, "Arnott's bites into Freedom Foods", BakeryandSnacks.com, December 18, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Ferrero Group Acquires Eat Natural Snacks Company

December 17, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Luxembourg-based confectionery company has agreed to acquire the British maker of cereal bars, fruit and nut bars, toasted muesli, and granola for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition is said to be part of a strategy to expand its footprint in the healthier snacking space to maintain its value among consumers who are increasingly focused on their health and what they consume. According to Bloomberg, the global healthy snacks sector – which has experienced a surge in sales recently, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic – is expected to surpass $33 billion in value by 2025. Ferrero plans to build on Eat Natural’s (Epping, U.K.) strong brand authenticity, while pushing its expansion into new markets and category segments.
Anthony Myers, "Ferrero adds Eat Natural snacks to burgeoning better-for-you portfolio", Confectionery News, December 17, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Coca-Cola Lays Off 17 Percent Of Global Workforce

December 18, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The company said it is laying off 2,200 workers – half of which are in the U.S. – as part of a larger restructuring aimed at paring down its business units and brands. As of the end of 2019, Coke employed 86,200 people worldwide. The restructuring process was accelerated by the pandemic, causing sales at places like stadiums and movie theaters to dry up due to lockdowns. Revenue fell nine percent to $8.7 billion in the July-September 2020 period. The company is also reducing its brands by half to 200. The layoffs won’t impact Coke’s mostly independent bottlers.
Dee-Ann Durbin, "Coca-Cola laying off 2,200 workers as it pares brands", Associated Press , December 18, 2020, © The Associated Press
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Nature's Path Installs UV Light Sanitation Technology To Protect Three Factories

December 17, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Canadian organic breakfast and snack food company says it is the first food manufacturer to install a state-of-the art sanitization technology in its North American production facilities. Far-UVC 222nm light technology, developed by Healthe, Inc. (Melbourne, Fla.) will increase the protections for employees against the spread of harmful airborne pathogens in its Delta, British Columbia, plant as well as facilities in Blaine, Wash., and in Sussex, Wis. Healthe AIR combines the germicidal properties of ultraviolet light and carbon activated filtration to improve air quality in indoor spaces. A fan draws air through a HEPA/carbon filter and into a sanitization chamber where UVC LEDs target and inactivate remaining pathogens. 
"Nature's Path Becomes the First Food Manufacturing Company to Install Far-UVC Light Technology in its North American Facilities", GlobeNewswire, December 17, 2020, © GlobeNewswire, Inc.
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Egg Innovations Acquires Hard-Cooked Egg Snack Company Peckish

December 17, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Warsaw, Ind.-based free-range eggs producer announced it will acquire the hard-cooked egg snack brand Peckish, which recently returned to Whole Foods Market nationwide with redesigned packaging. Peckish is the third incubated concept from growth equity firm Sonoma Brands, which will team up with Egg Innovations to support its new Blue Sky Family Farms brand. Several egg brands (Eggland’s Best, Wilcox Organic, Organic Valley, Crystal Farms, and Vital Farms) have launched ready-to eat hard boiled eggs in recent years. But Peckish is the first to pair eggs with culinary inspired dips (Salt & Pepitas, Everything, Ranch, Fried Rice, Rancheros), and features a slightly softer boiled texture, while retaining food safety, according to the company.
Elaine Watson, "Egg Innovations acquires Peckish snack brand", Food Navigator USA, December 17, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Although Sagging Now, Sales Of Healthy Snacks In The U.K. Will Pick Up

December 17, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Sales of premium, including healthy, snacks in the U.K. took a hit this year as “well-established brands with relatively low price points” flourished. Premium and better-for-you brands struggled in 2020 because of high price points and a distribution drop, according to industry observers. As an example of the former, Kettle Chips fell 1.5 percent in value as volumes plateaued. An example of the latter is Pom-Bear, down 10.5 percent in value. Pom-Bear not only falls into the better-for-you category, it also suffered from a decrease in promotions. But the experts are confident in the future of Pom-Bear, which will benefit from a “growth in healthier snacking and sharing” next year. Other BFY snack brands in the U.K. that stand to benefit from a shift in wind direction include Walkers Oven Baked, Snack a Jacks, Sunbites and Off The Eaten Path.
George Nott, "Bagged snacks: Top Products 2020", thegrocer.co.uk, December 17, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Nestlé’s Functional Powdered Milk Product For Adults Approved In China

December 16, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The company claims the product, introduced under the Yiyang Active brand, has been clinically proven to enhance mobility during aging by supporting bone health, muscle strength, and joint functionality. The move from the Swiss food giant comes as global consumers are increasingly concerned about healthy aging. The powdered beverage is the first Nestlé product with functional food approval in China. It was developed by Nestlé R&D and clinically tested in a collaboration between Nestlé and the Peking University Third Hospital.
Elizabeth Green, "Healthy aging in China: Nestlé unveils functional milk beverage supporting mobility", Food Ingredients First, December 16, 2020, © CNS Media
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Bio & Me Extends Line Of Porridges, Mueslis

December 16, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Chester, U.K.-based gut-friendly granola brand has unveiled four new products – two porridges and two mueslis – set to roll out in 2021. The new additions provide a “diverse range of plant-based ingredients,” such as nuts, seeds, and grains on top of fruits and vegetables. The four products – Apple & Cinnamon Porridge, Super Seedy & Nutty Porridge, Fruit & Nut Muesli and Super Seedy & Nutty Muesli – will launch at Booths and Planet Organic in January, priced at £3.75 ($5.09) for the porridge and £3.99 ($5.42) for the muesli (both 450 grams). Both new ranges will feature the European Food Safety approved Good for the Gut health claim, in line with its granola products.
Abbie Dawson, "Bio & Me adds porridges and mueslis to gut-friendly lineup", thegrocer.co.uk, December 16, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Hormel Foods Introduces Plant-Based Protein Puffs Snack

December 15, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Happy Little Plants protein puffs from the Austin, Minn.-based company provide 16 grams of plant-based protein per serving, contain no preservatives, are gluten-free and come in three varieties: ranch, nacho cheese, and cinnamon & sugar. They are available on Amazon in a variety pack (12 1.25-ounce bags) for $28.77. Hormel introduced the Happy Little Plants brand in 2019.
"The Maker of the Happy Little Plants Brand Launch New Plant-Based Protein Puffs", PR Newswire, December 15, 2020, © Cision US Inc
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New Dried Fruit And Nut Snack Mix, Cranberry Seeds, From Ocean Spray Cranberries

December 15, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Mass,-based cranberry farmer cooperative’s Craveology Fruit and Nut Snack Mix will be available in three variations – Spicy Coconut Curry, Vanilla Chai and Tuscan Herb – that blend spices and seasonings with walnuts, pecans, roasted peanuts, roasted pumpkin seeds, roasted almonds, and cranberries. Each serving delivers 3-6 grams of protein with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. The cooperative also launched Ocean Spray Cranberry Seeds, a snack made from an upcycled ingredient rich in fiber (1.6 times the amount found in chia and flax seeds), a good source of zinc, magnesium, and omega 3 fatty acids. In addition, naturally red in color, non-GMO, allergen free, and have no additives or preservatives.  
"Ocean Spray Launches Craveology Fruit and Nut Snack Mix, Featuring Simple Ingredients and Plant Protein", PR Newswire, December 15, 2020, © Cision US Inc
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Healthy Snack From Mark's Mindful Munchies Features Ancient Grains

December 14, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Boston-based snack company, developer of Stacy’s Pita Chips, has launched Pop Bitties crunchy, air-popped chips made from 100 percent whole grain sorghum, brown rice, quinoa, and chia. Available in Pink Himalayan Salt, Maple & Sea Salt, Hickory BBQ, and Vegan Sour Cream & Onion flavors, the chips are Non-GMO Project Verified, certified gluten-free, vegan, corn-free, and tree nut and peanut-free. A serving contains 120 calories without trans fats or artificial ingredients. Pop Bitties are available in 4.5-oz ($3.69) and 1-oz. ($1.49) bags both online and at grocery stores in the U.S. 
"New Ancient Grains-Based Pop Bitties Offers Earth-Friendly, Plant-Based Snacking", PR Newswire, December 14, 2020, © Cision US Inc
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U.K.’s Fairfields Farm Introduces Meat-Flavored Potato Chips

December 12, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The company’s Rib of Beef Crisps are made from potatoes harvested on the farm only meters from the chip factory. Calling the chips a “taste of a delicious roast dinners in a bag,” the arftisan potato chips are priced at 80p ($1.08) a bag and are available at the East of England Co-op and online from www.fairfieldsfarmcrisps.co.uk. Fairfields Farm's other vegan flavors include Bacon & Tomato, Lightly Sea Salted, Sweet Chilli and Sea Salt & Aspall Cyder Vinegar.
Sarah Chambers, "Essex crisp manufacturer launches new beef flavor (and it is vegan)", East Anglian Daily Times, December 12, 2020, © Archant Community Media Ltd
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Cereal Companies Try Positioning Breakfast Fare As Anytime Snacks

December 11, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
To combat shrinking breakfast cereal sales, companies like General Mills and Kellogg have been working to reposition product portfolios as on-the-go snacks. General Mills, for example, has partnered with Hershey to launch five new cereals and Kellogg launched big format cereals as it steadily works to convert its breakfast brands into snacks. Gaining traction in the market are out-of-the-box flavors and indulgent choices, according to Food Dive, and the indulgence trend is enduring as the pandemic strengthens consumption of sweet snacks. Cereal makers have indulgence-type snackers in their sights as a primary market. With 30 percent of cereal already eaten outside of breakfast, Kellogg and General Mills are targeting Millennials looking to relive their childhood with new sweet varieties of cereals or snacks remembered from years past
Jessi Devenyns, "New launches highlight cereal's use as a snack", Food Dive, December 11, 2020, © Industry Dive
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Coca-Cola Philippines Names New Country Chief

December 11, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Taguig-based beverage company has named Antonio “Tony” V. Del Rosario, Jr. the country president starting in January.  The first Filipino to lead the Philippine operations in almost three decades, he will also serve as vice president of franchise operations for Coca-Cola East Region, representing the Philippines, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Del Rosario is a 20-year veteran of Coca-Cola in the country, having served as general manager positions in Coca-Cola across Southeast Asian markets since 2008.
Jenina P. Ibañez , "Coca-Cola Philippines appoints new country president", Business World Online, December 11, 2020, © BusinessWorld Publishing
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Planet FWD Garners Additional Funding, Unveils “Climate-Friendly” Crackers

December 10, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The San Francisco-based food startup founded by Zume co-founder Julia Collins has unveiled its first product, the “climate-friendly” crackers called Moonshot Snacks. The crackers are carbon neutral, organic, kosher, plant-based, non-GMO, and contain no added sugar. Available in sourdough sea salt, rosemary garlic, and tomato basil, a box costs $5.99. The company also announced an additional $2.5 million in funding led by Emerson Collective, Concrete Rose, MCJ Collective, and Arlan Hamilton, as well as existing investors, including BBG Ventures, January Ventures and Kapor Capital, among others. The company raised $2.7 million earlier this year. Collins says she hopes her success in climate-friendly foods will would encourage more farmers to implement regenerative agriculture practices.
Megan Rose Dickey, "With another $2.5 million in funding, Julia Collins’ Planet FWD launches climate-friendly snack brand", Tech Crunch, December 10, 2020, © Verizon Media
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Coca-Cola European Partners Speeds Up Decarbonization Program

December 10, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The British multinational Coke bottler says it is accelerating the decarbonization of its business by reducing absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30 percent from 2019 levels across its entire value chain – including scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions – by 2030. The overall goal is to become a Net Zero business by 2040. The emissions reduction plan affects its entire value chain: ingredients, packaging, operations, transportation, and refrigeration. A major focus will be on a commitment to support strategic suppliers as they set their own science-based carbon reduction targets and use 100 percent renewable electricity. CCEP is investing €250m ($303 million) over three years to implement the plan.
"Coca-Cola European Partners sets ambition to reach Net Zero emissions across entire value chain by 2040", Coca-Cola European Partners , December 10, 2020, © Coca-Cola European Partners
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Instacart’s Forecast Of Top Grocery Trends For 2021 Includes Keto

December 10, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Among the grocery trends expected to gain prominence in 2021 – lower alcohol cocktails, bolder spices and condiments, greater selectivity by brand and store, etc. – is a dietary trend, according to the grocery delivery and pick-up service (San Francisco). Twenty-eight percent of those who tried a high-fat, low-carb keto diet in 2020 apparently liked it. Sales trends were consistent with the survey, as products with “keto” in the name saw a 72 percent increase in the Instacart marketplace. The 10 most popular keto products in the marketplace: KetoPint Salt and Caramel Keto Bar; Think! Keto Protein Bar – Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie flavor; Birch Benders Keto Pancake and Waffle Mix; Sundae Shoppe Keto Peanut Butter Fudge Ice Cream; Sundae Shoppe Keto Cookie Dough Ice Cream; Lenny and Larry’s Keto Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie; Sundae Shoppe Keto Mint Chip Ice Cream; Epic Chicken Sriracha Protein Bar; Ratio Keto Friendly Strawberry Dairy Snack; and Ratio Keto Friendly Vanilla Dairy Snack. The Instacart report combines in-depth analysis of Instacart search and purchase activity with data from a new online Harris Poll survey.
Caroline Bologna, "The Grocery Trends To Look Forward To In 2021", The Huffington Post, December 10, 2020, © Verizon Media
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Pretzels, Inc., Signals Expansion Plans With Investment In New Kansas Factory

December 9, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Indiana-based manufacturer of pretzels and other snacks announced “a significant investment” in the building of a state-of-the-art production facility in Lawrence, Kansas. In addition to creating new jobs, the 150,000-square-foot facility will increase the company's capacity across a range of products and formats. The factory is expected to be operational within a year. Pretzels, Inc. is a portfolio company of an affiliate of Peak Rock Capital, a middle-market private investment firm. The company makes a variety of flavored and stuffed pretzels for private label and national brands, and also sells pretzels under the Harvest Road brand.
"Pretzels, Inc. Announces Significant Expansion With New Facility In KC Region", PR Newswire, December 09, 2020, © Cision US Inc
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New Nightfood Packaging Emphasizes “Sleep-Friendly” Benefits

December 9, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
New packaging for the Tarrytown, N.Y.-based “sleep friendly” ice cream company’s products puts greater emphasis on better-for-you night-time snacking formulated for better sleep. The revamped packaging features the company’s familiar Cravemonsters in a bolder design with a new deep blue background for stronger shelf-presence. The packaging also suggests night-time cues to the consumer, according to the company. The “sleep-friendly” nutritional profile includes more prebiotic fiber, casein protein, calcium, magnesium, and zinc compared to regular ice cream, while containing less sugar, less fat, and fewer calories. These benefits are highlighted in detail on the back of each pint. During the 18 months the ice cream has been on store shelves, consumer reviews and company interviews determined that 95 percent of reviewers ticked 4 or 5 stars. Production of Nightfood pints in the new packaging is expected to appear on store shelves starting in March. The packaging update was executed by OffWhite Co. 
"Nightfood Unveils New Packaging with Increased Emphasis on Sleep-Friendly Benefits and Nighttime Nutritional Profile", GlobeNewswire , December 09, 2020, © GlobeNewswire, Inc.
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Credit Suisse Sees Food Portfolio Shakeups, Including In Snack Space

December 8, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Swiss investment bank says recent deals in the food industry, such as the acquisition of the snacks business Kind by Mars, are "just the beginning of a portfolio re-shaping 'revival' in the food sector," inspired by the COVID-19 experience. Look for companies to “either shift the weight of their portfolios toward higher growth segments or divest slower growth brands.” Among the major players in these portfolio shifts will be Tyson Foods, Hormel Foods, Conagra Brands, Kellogg, and Unilever. The bank particularly expects a “takeout” of Hain Celestial Snacks ($300 million in sales) or Simply Good Foods ($900 million sales) owing to consolidation trends in the snack category. Also highlighted as attractive assets are Amy's Kitchen ($500 million in sales) and Herr's Foods ($185 million).
Andy Coyne, "Portfolio shake-up likely in U.S. food sector, says Credit Suisse", just-food global news, December 08, 2020, © just-food
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Kellogg Canada To Debut BFY Cereals In 2021

December 8, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Among the Mississauga, Ont,-based food company’s new and updated cereal and snack products – including four new flavors of the iconic Cheez-It brand – are  a high-protein cereal and a variant of its Special K brand made with whole blueberries. The company’s Vector Maple Crunch Cereal contains 15 g of protein per 44 g serving of cereal (with 125 ml of milk), 14 g of whole grain per serving, and 11 essential nutrients, including vitamin B6. Special K Whole Blueberries Cereal is made with whole grain wheat and rice – 15 g per serving – with no artificial flavors or colors, and nine vitamins and minerals.
"Innovation Shapes the Future of Food Heading into 2021", Canada Newswire, December 08, 2020, © CNW Group Ltd.
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SnackFutures Develops Carbon Neutral Cracker For French Market

December 8, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Mondelez International innovation hub’s French cracker brand NoCOé meets the needs of younger consumers for snack brands that offer “values or purpose.”  According to the company, NoCOé is both carbon neutral and nutritious, free from preservatives and additives, and a source of fiber and plant proteins. The crackers are also low in sugar, saturated fat, and salt and have been awarded a green NutriScore rating of “B.” Plant-based ingredients include spelt flour, hemp, red quinoa, and pumpkin seeds. 
Katy Askew, "Meet NoCOé: Mondelez’s first carbon neutral snack brand", FoodNavigator.com, December 08, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Finnish Scientists See Role For High-Fiber Rye Bran In Snacks

December 7, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Scientists at the University of Helsinki report that up to 40 percent high-fiber rye bran could be included in extruded snacks without affecting their structural and textural properties, or compromising the taste. Rye bran, a cost-effective ingredient delivering both fiber and nutritional value, would work in extruded snacks such as cheese puffs that are usually made with refined wheat flour that lacks the health benefits associated with dietary fiber. The researchers note that rye, mostly used as animal feed, presents technical problems for food processors during extrusion because of its high levels of insoluble dietary fiber. This leads to less expanded products and a hard texture. So, modification of rye bran prior to extrusion is needed, increasing the applicability of rye bran in extruded snacks.
Syed Ariful Alam, "Modified rye bran could turn un-healthy extruded snacks to healthy ones", University of Helsinki, December 07, 2020, © University of Helsinki
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Good Crisp Company Uses Augmented Reality Packaging In Holiday Promotion

December 7, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Boulder, Colo.-based BFY canister chip company is using augmented reality (AR) to transform its packaging into animated visions of “winter warmth, swirling snow, and even a selfie with Santa.” According to the company, the curved-image AR packaging is new in the snack industry. Consumers hold their smartphone up to a Good Crisp canister, scan a QR code linking the phone to its website, and immediately get “a cheerful message from Santa himself.” No app is required. Good Crisp Company chips are gluten-free, non-GMO certified, and free of eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and other potential allergens including sesame seeds, mustard and celery. The snacks are available at Whole Foods Market, Walmart, and other grocery chains nationwide.  
"The Good Crisp Company Spreads Holiday Cheer with a Message from Santa on Each Can ", PR Newswire, December 07, 2020, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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Kraft-Heinz’s Deal With APC Microbiome Greatly Expands Its Snack Innovation Potential

December 4, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Market researcher Global Data says major food companies like Kraft-Heinz and Nestlé are heavily engaged in researching plant-based food technology while expanding rapidly into the space. An example of the priority is Kraft-Heinz’s recent deal to conduct research on fermented ingredients with APC Microbiome. The arrangement allows the company to try novel flavors and formulations without wasting time on internal, potentially dead-end, research. The recent surge in coronavirus cases, and the ensuing lockdowns, is pushing consumers to buy savory snacks and condiments and pushing companies to speed up development of new products, especially for at-home consumption. By focusing on ingredient and formulation innovations via the APC Microbiome partnership, Kraft-Heinz can better align with strengthening demand for “clean” and “safe” products “that will resonate with consumers during these trying times.”
"Kraft-Heinz making bold investments in growing savory snacks market", Global Data, December 04, 2020, © GlobalData Plc
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Nature's Path Introduces Two Grain-Free High-Protein Hot Cereals

December 3, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Richmond, B.C.-based organic breakfast and snack food company’s nutty, protein-rich hot cereals blend plant-based watermelon seed protein with nutrient-dense, healthy fats. Available in Maple Almond Crunch and Cinnamon Apple Crisp flavors, the cereals feature chia seeds and pumpkin seeds instead of grain, and are rich in fiber, protein, antioxidants, and ALA omega-3 fatty acids. The cereals are also vegan and paleo friendly, certified USDA organic, and contain no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
"Nature's Path Grain Free Hot Cereal Brings Protein to the Table", PR Newswire, December 03, 2020, © Cision Ltd
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Metal Packaging Boosts Sustainability Credentials Of Snack Brands

December 3, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
According to Laetitia Durafour of Crown Food Europe, snacks packed with sodium and fats will always be popular. But consumers are increasingly demanding healthier options, and they also want the containers to be 100 percent recyclable. Metal packaging is one solution. Once the contents of a metal package have been consumed, the metal can be recycled infinitely without loss of physical properties. Many packaging materials, once recycled, can only be used for a lesser quality product, but a metal recycled today could be back on the retail shelf in the same form. A recent study found that nearly eight in 10 respondents said sustainability is important for them when making a purchasing decision. Ultimately, says Durafour, healthy snacks and metal packaging are a symbiotic match, allowing consumers to consciously choose snacks that will boost their personal health, while also focusing on the health of the planet.
Gill Hyslop, "The case for metal and the time to get healthy (snacks)", BakeryAndSnacks.com, December 03, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Bubba's Fine Foods To Unveil Nut Mixes For Carb-Conscious Snackers

December 2, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Loveland, Colo.-based maker of grain-free snacks has created a line of Keto Nut Mixes in six flavors for paleo diet fans, Debuting in January, the new flavors will be available on Amazon in three savory and three sweet varieties, each delivering 7 grams of protein and 3 grams of net carbs. The savory Keto Nut Mixes are made with seasoned walnuts, pecans, and healthy seeds, and sold in 1.2-ounce packs in flavors such as Pepperoni Pizza, Traditional Recipe, and Sour Cream & Chive. The sweet nut mixes, also sold in 1.2-ounce packs, are made with nuts and seeds in Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Maple Cinnamon Praline, and Thai Sweet Chili flavors. The snacks are low-glycemic, grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and free of refined sugars, and artificial flavorings. Besides Amazon, the snacks will be sold at Whole Foods Market, Natural Grocers, Sprouts, The Fresh Market, King Soopers, and other retailers.
"Grain Free Snacking Is About to Get More Flavorful with Launch of Bubba's Keto Nut Mixes", PR Web, December 02, 2020, © Vocus PRW Holdings, LLC.
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MicroSalt Launches Low-Sodium Potato Chips In U.S.

December 2, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The London-based company, a unit of Salarius Ltd., has begun selling its SaltMe! low-sodium potato chips in four flavors on Amazon in North America. The chips are sold in six-count boxes of 5-ounce bags for $19.97 with free shipping. In January, the company plans to introduce 1-ounce bags on the platform, to meet consumer demand for a lunch bag option. SaltMe! potato chips are made with MicroSalt, a proprietary salt made with micron-size salt particles that dissolve in the mouth significantly faster than regular salt and, according to the company, contains 50 percent less sodium per serving than regular potato chips. SaltMe! chips are also Non-GMO, all-natural, kosher, and gluten-free. They are also sold in Central Market stores in the U.S. and Canada.
Francesca Morgan, "Tekcapital’s Salarius launches SaltMe!® on Amazon in North America", Vox Markets, December 02, 2020, © Vox Markets
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General Mills’ And Sesame Street Create Number- And Letter-Shaped Cereals

December 1, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Minneapolis-based breakfast food company has debuted Sesame Street Cereal, which will arrive on store shelves in January in two varieties: berry flavor with number-shaped pieces, and cinnamon flavor with letter-shaped pieces. In addition, the back of each box opens like a book to reveal English and Spanish language short stories with Elmo. According to General Mills, Sesame Street Cereals are a good source of fiber, calcium, and vitamins D and E. The boxes offer games and Elmo stories that prompt questions related to counting, shape recognition, letter recognition, etc.
"General Mills Debuts Sesame Street Cereal, Bringing ABCs and 123s to the Breakfast Bowl", Business Wire, December 01, 2020, © Business Wire, Inc.
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Mark Cuban Buys Into Mushroom Jerky Snacks

December 1, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The billionaire entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team has invested $300,000 in Oregon-based Pan’s Mushroom Jerky, a plant-based jerky brand recently featured on the TV show Shark Tank. The cash will be used to create new flavors and to expand distribution in the midst of surging global demand for plant-based foods. The investment gives Cuban an 18 percent stake in the 12-year-old company. Pan’s Mushroom Jerky is 100 percent plant-based and soy-free, made from organic dried shiitake mushrooms, plus organic coconut sugar, avocado oil, Himalayan pink salt, and organic chia seeds. 
Sally Ho , "Vegan Mushroom Jerky Brand Attracts U.S.$300K From Shark Tank Investor Mark Cuban", Green Queen, December 01, 2020, © Ekowarehouse Limited
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Need For Temp Workers Is Greater Among Snack Companies In Time Of Coronavirus

December 1, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
In the U.K. and elsewhere, snack makers often ramp up hiring of flexible and temporary workers to keep up with a holiday swelling of demand.  But the waves of coronavirus surges, leaving holes in permanent employee rolls, have added to the pressure this year, in fact “stretching the industry to its limits,” according to a representative of Redwigwam, a flexible working community. Snack maker Burton’s Biscuit Co. is one of the companies that hired Redwigwam to boost its workforce to cope with the seasonal demand, but also to help launch a new variant of its Wagon Wheel biscuits. Likewise, London-based healthy snacks producer Proper Snacks bas been working with Redwigwam for more than a year to fill jobs like ensuring correct setup of physical stock and visiting stores to ensure the best presentation of products.
Gill Hyslop , "Burton’s Biscuits and Proper Snacks tap flexible workforce to cope with increased Christmas and COVID demands", BakeryAndSnacks.com, December 01, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Earnest Eats Launches Avocado Slice Snack

November 30, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Solana Beach, Calif.-based breakfast and snack company’s Snacking Avocados are a clean-ingredient snack made with slices of real Hass avocado that are freeze-dried and simply seasoned with sea salt and spices. The snacks are vegan, keto, gluten-free, non-GMO, high in fiber, sugar-free and available in three savory flavors -- Sea Salt, Sea Salt Lime, and Roasted Chipotle. Each 0.6-ounce bag ($3.49) contains one 160-170 calorie serving, featuring 15 grams of healthy fats, two grams of net carbs, seven grams of fiber, and zero added sugar or preservatives. 
"Earnest Eats Snacking Avocados", Progressive Grocer, November 30, 2020, © EnsembleIQ
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Foodnerd Introduces Plant-Based Cereal With Broccoli Sprouts

November 28, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Buffalo, N.Y. “sprouted mega-food” company says its SeeReal is a raw and sprouted cereal formulated for optimal nutrition that complements its OverNights line of sprouted overnight oat, chia pudding, and buckwheat breakfasts. SeeReal is made with real fruits and vegetables “deliciously disguised” to serve as the replacement for the most popular cereals. Available in Fruity Fantasy, Dark Chocolate, and Banana Bread flavors, the cereals are using a technology the company calls “positive processing:” sprouting to increase bioavailability; never using heat above 118 degrees F, the temperature at which nutrients begin to degrade; and never using chemical additives, preservatives, artificial ingredients, or “natural” flavors. 
"Foodnerd Launches First Plant-Based Cereal Containing Broccoli Sprouts", VEGWORLD MAGAZINE , November 28, 2020, © VegWorld Magazine
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EuroLife Brands To Acquire Granola Maker Holy Crap

November 27, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Vancouver, B.C.-based health and wellness products company says the maker of granola and other plant-based foods will become a subsidiary of EuroLife, which very recently renamed itself Plant & Co Brands Inc. Holy Crap’s line of plant-based, gluten-free, and kosher products are available across Canada at retailers like Whole Foods Market and Save-On-Foods. The Canadian brand generated approximately $262,700 in revenue in the last six months, 
Angela Harmantas, "EuroLife Brands strikes deal to acquire popular cereal brand Holy Crap of Dragon's Den fame", Proactive Investors, November 27, 2020, © Proactive Investors
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Several British Companies Are Selling Edible Insects

November 26, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Though a common practice in countries like India and China, eating insects has been slow to catch on in Western countries. But catching on it is, and insects mass-produced for human consumption, often sold dry roasted or in powder form, are increasingly available in stores, touted as nutritious and beneficial to the environment. Available from U.K. companies like Bugvita, Eat Grub, and EntoKitchen are: whole roasted crickets; herb- and spice-roasted grasshoppers and buffalo worms; and dried mealworms, eaten on their own, salted, sprinkled on salads, or added to soup. They can also replace nuts when making cookies or cakes “as they taste a lot like peanuts.” But there are some potential challenges caused by production and safety concerns: insects are capable of accumulating potential hazards, such as pathogens, allergens and pesticides.
DHIREN MANGA, "Edible Insects which You Can Buy and Eat", DESIblitz, November 26, 2020, © DESIblitz
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Challenges – And Solutions – For Formulators Working With Plant-Based Proteins

November 25, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
According to the experts at food processing giant ADM, formulators using plant protein ingredients have to solve key problems like unsatisfactory taste and mouthfeel in finished products. To get around that, ADM uses high-quality, neutral-tasting plant proteins combined with various taste and texture solutions. ADM’s plant protein portfolio – hemp hearts, hemp powder and Arcon T textured pea proteins – have clean flavor profiles that address these challenges. Cargill uses a pea protein developed by Puris that, when added to a neutral-based bread or cracker, ends up with a nice flavor profile that is “very adaptable with seasonings.” Blue Diamond Almonds recommends using high-fiber, low-fat almond protein, which doesn’t seem to have the flavor problems of other plant proteins., 
Charlotte Atchley, "Plant-based protein is hot trend with its own challenges", Baking Business, November 25, 2020, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY
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Consumers Turn To Store Brands As Pandemic Rages On

November 23, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Consumers looking for healthier foods and for more label transparency are increasingly finding these characteristics among grocery store private label brands. Store brands were doing well before the pandemic, but COVID-19 pushed the trend into overdrive, even as some shoppers turned back to name brands for familiar comfort foods. Supply shortages, however, and concerns about costs, led consumers to try private labels, and they often found they liked them. Some retailers, including Target and Trader Joe’s, continue to do well with their own food and beverage brands, Others – Amazon and Whole Foods, for example – have faltered in their experiments with house brands. It all comes down to consumer preferences – for savings, selection, variety, comfort, quality, healthfulness, etc. – which can be hard to predict.
Louis Biscotti, "Private Label Soars During Pandemic, Battling Brands", Forbes.com, November 23, 2020, © Forbes Media LLC
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After The Pandemic, Consumers Will Get Back To Eating Healthier Snacks

November 21, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Snack company leaders believe that as the COVID-19 pandemic recedes, consumers who are “eating worse” at the moment, as Los Angeles-based PeaTos CEO Nick Desai says, will once again turn to better-for-you snacks. Eugene Kang, CEO of California-based Country Archer Provisions, says there has been “a deceleration around better-for-you” snacks during the pandemic, mainly because of the stress in people’s lives. But eventually shoppers will get back to their regular dietary trends, including “keto, Whole 30, high-protein, low-sugar intake,” as well as more outdoor activities. The end of the pandemic may prove to be a special boon for snack company start-ups and businesses introducing new products. They hope consumers will once again sample treats that are something other than tried-and-true.
Dean Best, "U.S. snackers will return to healthier options post-COVID, suppliers say", just-food global news, November 21, 2020
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Snack Start-Up Let There Be Hemp Focuses On Hempseed-Based Snacks

November 20, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The N.Y.-based company’s grain- and gluten-free chips feature whole hemp seeds as the main ingredient and contain six grams of protein and three grams of fiber per serving. Let There Be Hemp, whose products have debuted at East Coast stores and will be available online in 2021, is also planning to introduce hempseed pretzels and crackers, as well as a fermented sauce that would serve as a replacement for soy sauce.
Elaine Watson, "Let There Be Hemp debuts with chips, explores intriguing array of novel hempseed products from extruded puffs to plant-based cheese", FoodNavigator-USA.com, November 20, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Company Sees Increased Use Of Fruits, Vegetables In BFY Snacks

November 20, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Four out of five consumers globally say they plan to eat and drink healthier as a result of the pandemic, according to Austrian fruit ingredient processor Agrana Fruit, a trend that bodes well for makers of fruit- and vegetable-based snacks. They are gaining in popularity because they offer a balance between an indulgent treat to escape the routine and a healthy functional product that delivers an energy boost and fiber for gut health. Agrana Fruit foresees increased usage of both exotic and local superfruits – i.e., blueberries and yuzu – in the making of healthy snacks, and has also detected greater interest in botanicals and adaptogens.
Elizabeth Green, "Agrana Fruit: “Seek control” trends in snacks amid increased at-home consumption", Food Ingredients First, November 20, 2020, © CNS Media BV
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Nature’s Bounty Says Its Puffs & Cookie Sandwiches Open A “New Snacking Category”

November 19, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The manufacturer of health & wellness and nutrition products, based in Holbrook, N.Y., is targeting BFY snack enthusiasts with its Pure Protein brand of Puffs and Cookie Sandwiches. The Puffs are available in Nacho Cheese and Brick Oven Pizza flavors; the Cookie Sandwiches, which the company claims are “a good source of fiber and protein, are available in Snickerdoodle and Double Chocolate flavors, Both are Non-GMO and free of gluten and artificial flavors, colors, and sweeteners. The new products are on the shelves at Walmart and available online at Walmart.com.
"Raise The Snacking Bar: Pure Protein Debuts New Puffs And Cookie Sandwiches ", PR Newswire, November 19, 2020, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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Barry Callebaut To Push Its Mediterranean Nut Business

November 19, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Swiss cocoa processor and chocolate maker is planning a global push for its La Morella Nuts business as it works to tap into growing demand for plant-based products and consumer interest in health and sustainability. Acquired by Barry Callebaut in 2012, La Morella is focused on delivering high quality nut-based ingredients. The company is planning to expand beyond Spain, France and the Benelux countries to the U.S. and other European countries, including Germany and the U.K.  It is also planning to expand its product categories from vegan nut-based ice creams to fillings, nut butters, and pastes made from almonds, pistachios, hazelnuts, and other nuts.
Katy Askew, "Barry Callebaut wants to crack the plant-based market with global expansion of La Morella Nuts", Food Navigator, November 19, 2020, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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NatureBox Introduces Snack Boxes For Participants In Virtual Business Meetings

November 18, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Redwood City, Calif.-based marketer of BFY corporate and consumer snacks, has launched an automated corporate snacking service for sending healthy snacks to remote teams ahead of virtual meetings. The idea is to recreate the conference room snacks-and-coffee environment in a virtual meeting. The company says the process takes only minutes and involves providing ZoomSnacks with a budget and list of attendees. ZoomSnacks contacts the attendees, who select snacks (and beverages) that are then delivered ahead of the meeting time. Recipients also receive a free annual membership to NatureBox and 20-40 percent on snack purchases.
"NatureBox Launches The Latest Innovation in Corporate Snacking: 'ZoomSnacks, The First-Ever Automated Service for Sending Healthy Snacks To Remote Teams Ahead of Any Virtual Meeting'", PR Newswire, November 18, 2020, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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