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Unilever Spain Appoints Antonio Casanova As EVP

July 19, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever Spain named Antonio Casanova its new executive vice president for the local market. He will succeed Jaime Aguilera, who was appointed as EVP for Unilever in Central and Eastern Europe. Casanova will continue performing his current duties at Unilever Jeronimo Martins, the company’s joint venture in Portugal.
"Antonio Casanova Named New President Of Unilever Spain", European Supermarket Magazine, July 19, 2016, © European Supermarket Magazine
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Tesco Picks Coca-Cola Exec To Run Group Communications

July 19, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
U.K. grocery retail chain Tesco has named Jane Lawrie to the post of group communications director, effective in October. Lawrie comes most recently from Coca-Cola, where she was head of European public affairs and communications. She has spent 25 years in corporate, financial and digital communications, with stints at Diageo and Boots the Chemist.
"Tesco appoints Group Communications Director", News release, Tesco, July 19, 2016, © Tescoplc.com
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HUL Cuts Ad Spending In 1Q Of FY 2017

July 19, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Hindustan Unilever Ltd spent Rs 879.73 crore on advertising and promotions in the first quarter of its fiscal year 2017, about Rs 13 crore lower than the Rs 892.73 crore it spent in the same quarter of the previous year. According to the company, its A&P spending is at 11 percent of sales, down 60 basis points. Starting in April 2016, HUL has revamped its businesses by grouping them under the home care, personal care, foods, and refreshments categories. Also, the company has adopted the Indian accounting system in reporting financial results since the first quarter of FY 2017.
"Ad spends at Hindustan Unilever shrink marginally in Q1-2017", indiantelevision.com, July 19, 2016, © Indiantelevision.com
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Package Sensor Technologies Will Help Reduce Food Waste

July 19, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A presentation at a recent food science meeting outlined how “intelligent packaging” of food will help reduce food waste. Michigan State University adjunct professor Claire Sand said innovative packaging equipped with a variety of sensors will communicate shelf life, freshness and quality to consumers. Some, such as time-temperature indicators, are already in use on seafood and other food packages. New degradation sensors that detect spoilage can measure product decay and change color to warn consumers.  “We’re very close to being able to do this for a multitude of foods,” Sand told the Institute of Food Technologists symposium.
"New Sensors on Packages Can Detect Spoiled Foods", News release, Institute of Food Technologists, July 19, 2016, © Institute of Food Technologists
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HUL Reports Strong Growth And Profit Gains In 2Q 2016

July 18, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Hindustan Unilever Limited said its domestic consumer business grew 4 percent for the second quarter of 2016. Operating profit rose 7 percent to Rs. 1,543 crores, with margin expanding by 70bps. Profit after tax increased 6 percent to Rs. 1,128 crores, with net profit growing 10 percent to Rs. 1,174 crores.
"Hindustan Unilever Limited JQ 2016 Results Presentation", Hindustan Unilever , July 18, 2016, © Hindustan Unilever Limited
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Consumption Data Show Growing Shift Away From White Potatoes Toward Sweet Potatoes

July 19, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Sweet potato farmers in the U.S., the largest exporter of the starchy orange tubers, are experiencing a boom, thanks to soaring demand both here and in Europe. This year they are planting their largest crop in 50 years after overseas shipments doubled in five years. Once a staple only of the Thanksgiving dinner table, sweet potatoes are appearing much more frequently in home cooking and on restaurant menus. Americans still eat a lot more white potatoes, in the form of French fries, or baked or mashed. But demand is sliding, and the slack is being picked up by sweet potatoes. Consumption of white potatoes was 113.7 pounds per person last year, down from 125.4 pounds in 2005. Meanwhile, in 2015, consumers ate 7.5 pounds of sweet potatoes, up from 4.5 pounds in 2005 and 3.7 pounds in 2002, according to the USDA.
Megan Durisin, "The Hip, Orange Super Food Increasingly Displacing French Fries", Bloomberg, July 19, 2016, © Bloomberg L.P.
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Ireland’s FSA Asks For Opinions On One Exception To EU Nutrition Labeling Regulation

July 18, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
An EU regulation published in December 2014 requires food companies to put nutrition information on prepackaged foods, with some exemptions, as a way to tackle the obesity problem. The rules are set to take effect in December. Meanwhile, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) is asking for opinions, via a “national consultation,” on one exemption from the rules having to do with “small quantities.” These generally are foods supplied directly by the manufacturer to the consumer or to local retailers. The consultation is looking for opinions on how to better define the term “small quantities of product.”
"National Consultation Seeks Views on 'Small Quantities' Definition for Nutrition Labeling", News release, Food Safety Authority of Ireland, July 18, 2016, © Food Safety Authority of Ireland
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Hindustan Unilever Announces Key Changes To Management Committee

July 18, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Hindustan Unilever Limited announced the resignation of Punit Misra as Management Committee member, executive director, and vice president of sales and customer development. Current vice president of HUL’s Skin Care business, Srinandan Sundaram, will succeed Misra. Srinandan joined HUL as a management trainee in 1999 and rose through the ranks, occupying executive posts of increasing responsibilities and importance.
"HUL announces new appointment to Management Committee", Hindustan Unilever, July 18, 2016, © Hindustan Unilever Limited
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Take-And-Bake Pizza Chain To Serve Only Antibiotics-Free Chicken

July 18, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
National pizza-kit restaurant chain Papa Murphy’s announced it is beginning a transition to antibiotics-free, vegetarian-fed chicken in all of its 1,500 locations. The chain is also committed to removing artificial flavors and colors from its food by 2017. It is working to eliminate palm oil and high-fructose corn syrup from menu items by this fall. It has already eliminated monosodium glutamate from its offerings. Papa Murphy’s is the largest take-and-bake pizza brand in the U.S., and also offers salads, sides and desserts.
"Papa Murphy's Is The First National Pizza Brand to Serve Chicken Raised Without Antibiotics", News release, Papa Murphy's, July 18, 2016, © Papa Murphy's Holdings, Inc.
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Stevia Producer Expands Agronomy Program

July 18, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Stevia producer PureCircle said it will invest another $100 million in a program to create the world’s largest natural supply of stevia for the food and beverage industry. The PureCircle Agronomy Program hopes to expand stevia growing to 15 regions beyond China. The company said the expansion will result in a 10,000-hectare pipeline of stevia. The program is focused on sustainable agricultural expansion, R&D to create advanced stevia varieties, and training and support of farmers.
Rachel Quenzer, "PureCircle Announces $100 Million Investment In Agronomy Program", News release, PureCircle, July 18, 2016, © PureCircle
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Manhattan Bakery Unveils A Colorful Twist On An Old Pastry Favorite

July 18, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The latest New York City food craze comes from the creator of the cinnamon bun-stuffed doughnut and birthday cake croissant. Chef Thiago Silva this time has created red velvet croissants – papery layers of red pastry filled with cream cheese frosting. Silva’s croissants are also available at his Union Fare bakery in Manhattan in other flavors including matcha tea. Whether they will achieve the social media popularity of cronuts or rainbow bagels remains to be seen.
Hannah Parry, "Move over rainbow bagels! There's a new food craze sweeping across New York - red velvet croissants", Mail Online, July 18, 2016, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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Tesco Extends Sustainability Support To Cocoa Certified By Rainforest Alliance

July 15, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
All cocoa used by Tesco in its in-house chocolate products in the U.K., as well as all cocoa used in other Tesco foods, will be certified by 2018 by the Rainforest Alliance as responsibly and sustainably sourced, the company announced. Certification by the Alliance supports cocoa-growing communities, helps increase farmer income, safeguards soils and conserves wildlife. Other Tesco food products that will contain only certified cocoa include biscuits, cakes, desserts and cereals. Tesco cooperates with several sustainability programs: the Rainforest Alliance, UTZ, Cocoa Horizons and Fairtrade.
"Tesco to Source Rainforest Alliance Certified™ Cocoa For All of Its Own Label Chocolate in the UK", News release, Tesco, July 15, 2016, © Tescoplc.com
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Online Health Food Retailer Profits From Program To Reduce Waste

July 15, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A British online health food, beverage and supplement retailer hopes to raise $130,000 through crowdfunding to expand its program of selling out-of-date products at steep discounts. Vitalife’s “Love Health Hate Waste” initiative, launched a year ago, has kept nearly a million dollars’ worth of foods, drinks and supplements from ending up in landfills. The company said it was throwing away products that had reached their best-used-before date but were still “perfectly fit for consumption and legal to sell.” The company sells the products at discounts as high as 90 percent off retail. Under the program, which is expected to turn an $800,000 profit this year, “we are making healthy food and drink accessible to everyone,” a spokesman said.
Edward Devlin, "Vitalife in Crowdfunding Bid for Love Health Hate Waste", The Grocer, July 15, 2016, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Funding Available For Food Waste Projects From “Impact Investor”

July 15, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The charitable arm of a venture fund focused on “impact investment” is conducting a search for fundable projects that address America’s food waste crisis. The Closed Loop Foundation says there are a lot of innovative solutions to food waste that lack capital to get off the ground. Proposals for funding can be submitted on the foundation’s website by individuals or groups with food waste ideas until August 12. Grants and loans will range from $25,000 to $50,000. The Fund typically awards no-interest loans to cities and municipalities and low-interest loans to businesses. The Closed Loop Fund is a social impact fund investing $100 million to support recycling of products and packaging. It is primarily sponsored by the Walmart Foundation.
Krithika Varagur, "Have A Bright Idea To Reduce Food Waste? This Group Wants To Fund It.", The Huffington Post, July 15, 2016, © TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc.
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Simple, Inexpensive Products That Help Extend The Fridge Life Of Produce

July 15, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The Huffington Post, whose website is sponsoring a “Reclaim” project to help consumers cut food waste in the home, has compiled a list of nine inexpensive products that preserve the freshness of herbs, fruits and vegetables in the fridge. Sheets of Fresh Paper ($9.99), for example, line the crisper drawer or the mixed greens salad box, to keep produce fresh two to four times longer. They are made from edible organic spices. The Mastrad Keep Sack ($10.28) is a cotton bag that keeps up to four pounds of onions out of sunlight, preventing sprouting. Other products keep cheese moist, fight harmful pathogens, preserve fresh herbs, soak up ethylene gas that ripens fruits too quickly, prevent garlic sprouting by keeping them in the dark, etc.
Julie R. Thomson, "9 Clever Products That’ll Help Prevent Your Produce From Rotting", The Huffington Post, July 15, 2016, © TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc.
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Unilever, IFF Partner With Nongovernment Groups To Support Haiti's Vetiver Farmers

July 14, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever and International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. launched Vetiver Together, a partnership with leading nongovernment organizations to improve the livelihoods of smallholder vetiver farmers in Haiti. Also, the program aims to improve food security, increase yields, and diversify farmers’ income in a sustainable way. At the same time, the campaign seeks to help empower women and promote protection of the environment. Haiti produces some of the world’s best vetiver, the source of oil commonly used in various fragrances Unilever uses in brands, including Axe and Impulse.
"IFF and Unilever Launch Partnership to Improve the Lives of Vetiver Farming Communities in Haiti", Business Wire, July 14, 2016, © Business Wire
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Dannon Rids Yogurt Brands Of GMO Ingredients, And Will Clearly Label GMO Products

July 14, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Dannon unveiled yogurts under the Dannon and Oikos brands that contain no GMO ingredients. The company said it plans to transition all yogurt brands, including Danimals, to non-GMO content, and will also clearly label products still containing GMO ingredients. The next step in the process will come in 2017, when Dannon will ensure that the cows that supply milk for its flagship brands will be raised on non-GMO feed. The company will convert 80,000 acres of farmland to produce non-GMO crops
"Dannon Brings non-GMO Ingredient Options And Clear-Labels Commitment", News release, Dannon, July 14, 2016, © Dannon
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Using Advanced Technology To Battle Food Waste

July 14, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A number of technological innovations designed to reduce food waste are making their way to the marketplace. Intelligent food labeling, smartphone apps, intelligent refrigerators, etc., could transform the way consumers shop for food and prevent edible food from ending up in the trash. Samsung’s Family Hubrefrigerator, to be unveiled in the U.K. this fall at a price of nearly $6,000, will feature three cameras, Amazon’s voice-responsive AI assistant, and a WIFI connection to the Internet. The cameras allow shoppers to check what’s in the fridge while in the grocery store. Other innovations include: stick-on “leftover labels” that change color – green means still edible, red means it’s time to toss; and a free app, Olio, which connects people locally with others who have leftover food to give away.
Rebecca Smithers, "Tech Innovations That Could Reduce Food Waste", The Guardian, July 14, 2016, © Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies
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Hilary’s Adds Line Of Allergy-Friendly, Organic Dressings

July 14, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A food manufacturer known for its family of allergen-free products has added four salad dressings made with natural ingredients, including green chilies, lime juice, carrots, tomatoes and spices. The new dressings – shipped to retail groceries beginning in July – are beet vinaigrette, spicy island, tomato kalamata, and chili-lime vinaigrette. All of Hilary’s products are certified gluten-free, non-GMO Project verified, USDA certified organic, and free-from common allergens including wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, nuts and corn.
"Hilary’s Launches New Allergy-Friendly, Organic Dressings in Four Fresh Flavors", News release, Hilary’s, July 14, 2016, © Hilary’s
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Innovative Technologies Turn Food Processing Waste Into Healthful Powders

July 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A start-up based in Colorado has combined five “eco-sustainability” technologies that preserve, dehydrate and mill “almost any raw food” to create healthful food powders. Its first product is a powder made from orange peels left over from juice production in Mexico. The powder can be sprinkled on salads, blended into smoothies, baked into recipes, etc. NewfoodZ has now launched an Indiegogo funding campaign to raise $1.5 million over 45 days to expand the business to Alaska. There it hopes to apply the technology to Native American salmon processing waste. Upcoming projects will target apples, sweet potatoes and carrots.
"NewfoodZ Launches Indiegogo Campaign to Reduce Industrial Food Waste", News release, NewfoodZ, July 13, 2016, © NewfoodZ
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Starbucks Partners With Italian Bakery/Café Princi

July 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Starbucks Corporation has become a licensee of, and investor in, the Italian bakery and café Princi, whose food will be served in Starbucks Roastery locations. Famous for its artisan breads created from family recipes, Princi, founded in 1986 by Rocco Princi, has five locations in Milan and London. Starbucks Roasteries will open soon in London and Shanghai. The company is also partnering with Princi to provide a “premium food experience” in its new Reserve only stores starting in 2017.
"Starbucks Brings Leading Italian Artisan Bakery Princi to Customers Worldwide", News release, Starbucks, July 13, 2016, © Starbucks Corporation
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Younger Consumers Drive Global Snacking Trend

July 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A report on global snacking trends finds that increasing numbers of consumers – especially younger folks – are taking their nutrition in “modular” fashion, rather than in the traditional three-squares-a-day scheme. Overall, a third of consumers regularly snack, but 40 percent of Millennials (18 – 34) are routine snackers, according to researcher Canadean. Less than a quarter (23 percent) of people age 65 or older say they snack frequently. The main reasons or occasions for snacking include: energy boost, de-stressing or indulging, watching a movie, attending a sporting event, or socializing.
"Many Millennials Shun Practice of Eating Three Regular Meals a Day", News release, Canadean, July 13, 2016, © Canadean Ltd.
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Company’s Allergen-Free Frozen Snacks Hit Northeast Supermarket Shelves

July 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Incredible Foods said its line of non-dairy, allergen-free frozen treats are now available in supermarkets in New England, New York, and other mid-Atlantic states as far south as Washington D.C. Food allergies affect more than 15 million Americans, including one in every 13 children under 18 years of age, or about two children in every classroom. The low-calorie – 25 to 35 calories each – “perfectly free” frozen treats contain no dairy, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, fish, or shellfish. In addition, they are gluten-free and kosher. The bite-sized snacks comprise a vanilla core covered by a layer of real cherry and blueberry, cocoa or salted caramel.
"perfectly free Allergy-Friendly Frozen Treats Hit Shelves of Major Supermarkets in New England, NY, NJ, Mid-Atlantic States", News release, Incredible Foods, July 13, 2016, © Incredible Foods
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US Foods Launches “On-Trend” Product Line

July 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Foodservice distributor US Foods introduced a "Serve Good" product line that includes cage-free eggs, organic bread, non-GMO oils and sustainable seafood. The company said the new line will help chefs and foodservice operators meet the growing demands of consumers for “high-quality, on-trend and sustainable” food items. These include turkey breast roast made from vegetarian-fed, antibiotics-free turkeys; sustainably-sourced, ocean-farmed whitefish; and non-GMO verified canola oil made without chemicals. The company also noted that several new products help reduce waste. Its reusable travel cups, for example, are made with recyclable, BPA-free polypropylene.
"US Foods Launches New Sustainable Product Line to Help Restaurants across the Country “Serve Good”", Business Wire, July 13, 2016, © Business Wire
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ConAgra’s Spinoff Of Lamb Weston Continues As Top Execs Are Named

July 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
ConAgra Foods has picked Thomas Werner to be CEO of the Lamb Weston potato business, which the company earlier announced would be spun off. Timothy McLevish will be the new executive chairman of Lamb Weston. Jettisoning Lamb Weston ends ConAgra’s involvement in the foodservice business selling to restaurants and other commercial customers. The company will instead sharpen its focus on marketing its many grocery store brands, which include Peter Pan peanut butter and Gulden’s mustard.
Anne Steele, "ConAgra Names CEO, Chairman of Potato Business Spinoff", The Wall Street Journal, July 13, 2016, © Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
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Tesco To Sell Only Cage-Free Eggs By 2025

July 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
U.K. grocery retailer Tesco said it will stop selling eggs from caged hens by 2025. It made the decision following a focused review of its egg-sourcing strategy, which included meetings with suppliers, industry experts, and other interested parties. The decision follows other sustainability initiatives, including a Fair For Farmers Guarantee for dairy farmers, guaranteed high-value contracts for U.K. potato farmers, and sustainable farming programs for lamb farmers and cheese producers.
"Tesco to stop selling caged eggs by 2025", Tesco, July 13, 2016, © Tescoplc.com
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Hostess, Mars Unveil Brownies Made With Candy

July 12, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Hostess and Mars have partnered to market two new kinds of brownies made with candy. One contains M&M’s and the other Milky Way pieces, “a truly irresistible treat,” according to the companies. The M&M’s brownies have the candy swirled inside, and are topped with chocolate frosting sprinkled with M&M’s. The Hostess Brownies made with Milky Way have a topping of caramel icing finished with a layer of Milky Way candy bar pieces. Developed through a licensing deal, the two Hostess Brownies are available now in stores.
"Hostess Brands Taps Mars Chocolate North America to Introduce Hostess Brownies Made with M&M's and Milky Way Candy", News release, Hostess Brands, Mars Chocolate North America, July 12, 2016, © Hostess Brands, Mars Chocolate North America
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Online Poll Finds Doom And Gloom Over Impact Of Brexit

July 12, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
An online reader poll by BakeryandSnacks.com found that Brexit is expected to have a serious impact on pocketbooks. Three of five industrial bakery execs said Brexit will lead to rise in ingredients costs, while three of four believe it will drive up retail prices due to high ingredients and labor costs, and a weaker pound. Only 30 percent of readers said Brexit would have a positive impact, while 40 percent expect sales to drop. “Since it's the major retailers that make the rules,” said one reader, “Brexit won't have a major impact on bakery.”
Vince Bamford, "Brexit: 60% Of Firms Fear UK Leaving EU Will Push Up Ingredients Costs", BakeryAndSnacks.com, July 12, 2016, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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Synagogue Bakery Program Has Homeless, Mentally Ill Baking Popular Artisan Cookies

July 11, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The Altamont Bakery of Tulsa, Okla., housed in a synagogue’s large-scale dairy kitchen, is only open one day a week. It sticks to baking different varieties of one treat – artisanal cookies – and is very successful at it. The cookies sell briskly in coffee shops and cafeterias all across the state. But what makes the venture unique is that synagogue volunteers work side by side with formerly homeless and mentally ill Tulsans who are paid as much as $13.75 an hour. Every Tuesday, they produce about 1,200 cookies, which are delivered by a second group of volunteers on Wednesday. The venture has not transformed the lives of all of the bakers – some stay for only a short time, then move on. But others have been on board as long as four years, truly benefiting from the experience.
Victor Wishna, "How One Oklahoma Synagogue Is Baking Its Way to a Better World", Haaretz, July 11, 2016, © Haaretz Daily Newspaper Ltd.
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Kroger Commits To Cage-Free Eggs By 2025

July 11, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
In its new sustainability report, which includes six new goals, Ohio-based Kroger Co. has pledged to transition to 100 percent cage-free eggs by 2025. The nine-year transition will ensure that eggs are readily available, safely produced, and affordably priced, the company said. The company also said it promises to buy 90 percent of its seafood – and all of its wild-caught seafood – from fisheries certified by the Marine Stewardship Council. Regarding the cage-free trend, CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries (Colo.) said its nearly 200 restaurants will transition to serving cage-free eggs by 2022; Sonstegard Foods (S.D.), which earned a zoning permit for the half-million bird cage-free facility in February, has submitted plans to increase the size of the operation to 2.5 million birds.
Steve Watkins, "Kroger Makes Sweeping Changes To Eggs It Sells", Cincinnati Business Courier, July 11, 2016, © American City Business Journals
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Study Finds That Pasta Can Be A Healthy Part of A Mediterranean Diet

July 11, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A recent study by Italian researchers has found that pasta eating fits with the healthful Mediterranean diet. Data – height, weight, activity levels, and diet – were collected from more than 14,000 participants. The participants reported their food intake over the prior 24 hours just once via telephone. The researchers found that pasta consumption was associated with better compliance to a Mediterranean style of eating. Pasta eating was negatively linked with abdominal obesity, and positively with a higher intake of tomatoes, onions, garlic and olive oil. The participants only ate about 1.5 to 3 ounces of pasta a day, which is more like a side dish than a meal.
Sheah Rarback, "You Can Eat Pasta, But Load It With Veggies And Keep Serving Small", Miami Herald, July 11, 2016, © MiamiHerald.com
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Food Start-ups Target Millennials In South Florida

July 10, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A bevy of food-and-beverage start-ups have appeared in South Florida catering to the eating trends associated with Millennials – artisanal foods, fresh, local, healthful, organic and green. The new eateries – and convenient meal delivery firms – are supported by a strong foodservice sector, culinary culture and appreciation for green eating. Millennials are more likely than any other age group – including Boomers and GenXers – to buy all-natural and organic products, and ethnic and artisanal food and beverage products. Examples of the start-ups in South Florida: Panther Coffee cafes selling its own globally-marketed artisan coffees; Tio Foods selling its organic gazpacho-style soups in bottles; and homegrown meal delivery companies (e.g., DeliverLean, Fit2Go, The Fresh Diet, Fresh Meal Plan, etc.) delivering health- and calorie-conscious meals to homes and businesses.
Nancy Dahlberg, "How Millennial Tastes Shape A New Generation Of Food Startups", Miami Herald, July 10, 2016, © MiamiHerald.com
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GMO Labeling Law Leads To Shortages Of Certain Non-Compliant Foods In Vermont

July 10, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Vermont’s tough GMO ingredient labeling law took effect on July 1, and has so far resulted in a shortage of certain products on store shelves in the state. More than 3,000 products are effectively barred from being sold in the state because they do not comply with the law. Food manufacturers have informed grocers that about 3,500 products will not be relabeled to comply with the law, according to a representative of a nationwide grocery chain with 15 Vermont stores. Meanwhile, the U.S. Congress approved a compromise food and biotech industries-friendly GMO labeling bill that – if signed by Pres. Obama – would supersede the Vermont law and any other state laws regulating GMO labeling. Obama is expected to sign the legislation into law.
Robert King, "Vermont GMO Law Leads To Fewer Products On Shelves", Washington Examiner, July 10, 2016, © The Washington Newspaper Publishing Co. LLC
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Big Food Goes On Buying Spree To Acquire Natural/Organic Market Share

July 8, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Big food companies determined to reverse a slide in sales – thanks to rapidly evolving consumer preferences – are buying younger, smaller, successful firms in the natural and organic sector. U.S. food companies in 2015 spent $116 billion acquiring such companies. So far in 2016, acquisitions have totaled $43 billion. Examples of the trend include Danone’s recent $10.4 billion deal with Silk soy and almond beverage maker WhiteWave. The Denver company’s stock price has tripled since its 2012 IPO because it has successfully tapped into the organic trend. Hormel Foods Corp. paid $775 million for organic-meats company Applegate Farms LLC; and in 2014, General Mills Inc. paid $820 million for organic mac-and-cheese company Annie’s Inc. An ancillary phenomenon: other natural/organic food makers have seen their stocks soar.
Kelsey Gee et al., "Food Giants Set Their Sights on Organic, Natural Companies", The Wall Street Journal, July 08, 2016, © Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
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Happiness Is … A Fruit And Vegetable Diet, Study Finds

July 8, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
British and Australian researchers have determined that the more fruits and vegetables you eat, the happier you’ll become, and fairly quickly. The study, which tracked 12,000 randomly selected Australian adults who kept food diaries, also measured their psychological well-being (i.e., happiness). Psychological benefits of eating up to eight portions of fruits and vegetables a day were found within two years. On the other hand, protective benefits against cancer from a healthful diet may take decades to accumulate. The increase in life satisfaction among the participants was “equivalent to moving from unemployment to employment,” the researchers said.
"Fruit And Veg Give You The Feel-Good Factor", News release, University of Warwick, July 08, 2016, © University of Warwick
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Avoiding Deception When Buying Packaged Foods Requires Buzzword Education

July 8, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
There’s a fine line between outright dishonesty – barred by the federal government – and clever deception when it comes to the use of “unregulated buzzwords” on food packaging. Found frequently on food labels are words like organic – that one is FDA-regulated – natural, fat-free, cage-free, hormone-free, and whole grain. Cage-free, for example, means laying hens aren’t jammed into tiny cages. They can walk around in enclosed areas. But it doesn’t mean they get to wander around outside. That’s what “free-range” means. Another confusing term: only “100 percent whole grain” ensures it’s made from whole grain, while “made with” whole grain means it’s mostly enriched flour.
Craven McGinty, "Food Labels Like ‘Organic’ and ‘Whole Grain,’ Meant to Clarify, Often Confuse", The Wall Street Journal, July 08, 2016, © Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
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Busy Low-Carb Fans Can Now Get Atkins Meal Kits

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
People who are into the low-carb approach to weight loss can now get a week’s supply of appropriate foods directly from Atkins Nutritionals at prices ranging from about $70 to almost $98 a box, either as one-time online buys or on a subscription basis. The Meal Kits include frozen meals, snacks, menus, and shopping lists. The frozen food kit contains a variety of Atkins frozen foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Easy Peasy kit ($97.99) includes frozen meals, meal bars and shakes. All kits include the Atkins meal kit guide, the new Atkins Made Easy book, the Atkins carb counter and the recipe booklet. The company says the kits are targeted at low-carb aficionados “with busy lifestyles.”
"Atkins Launches First Line Of Meal Kits", News release, Atkins Nutritionals, July 07, 2016, © Atkins Nutritionals
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Campbell Soup Backs “Weak” U.S. GMO Label Bill

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The Campbell Soup Company backed federal legislation that mandates food labels listing GMO ingredients. The labels might also feature a QR code pointing to a weblink with more detailed GMO information. The national legislation pre-empts state laws, such as Vermont’s, that require GMO labeling. However, GMO labeling advocates say the bill is weak because it exempts many ingredients, including oil made from genetically engineered soy and most sugars, starches and purified proteins. It also exempts beef, pork, poultry and eggs if source livestock consumed genetically modified feed. Critics say the Vermont law, which took effect on July 1, is much tougher than the U.S. legislation, which was passed by Congress on July 13 and awaits Pres. Obama's signature.
Helen Arnold, "Campbell backs national GMO labels as act passes Senate hurdle", Just-Food, July 07, 2016, © just-food.com
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Screening Of Sports Supplements In Australia Finds 13 Are Tainted

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A review of untested sports supplements used in Australia found that 19 percent contained substances that were banned in sports, and two presented a health risk that would have led to anti-doping violations. The review, conducted by international anti-doping lab LGC, was designed to assess the risk of such supplements to athletes and consumers. LGC screened 67 untested products for anabolic agents (endogenous and exogenous steroids), stimulants, diuretics and Beta-agonists at levels as low as parts per billion. LGC presented the findings to the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA), noting especially the two that presented significant risk.
"Australian Supplements Survey Highlights Need for Testing", Nutrition Insight, July 07, 2016, © CNS Media BV
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Minnesota Meat Processor Expands To Satisfy Demand For Organic, Natural Products

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A Minnesota-based meat processor is expanding its ability to process organic and natural meat products with a new $2 million wholesale plant on 16 acres. The facility will be able to handle direct-market meats as well as specialty, smoked, and cured meats, jerky, hams and sausages for wholesale and retail customers. The increased capacity should result in speedier processing time and lower transportation costs for farmers. The new Valley Natural Foods facility will process naturally and humanely raised, grass and organic-grain fed, and locally produced meats, all of which are in greater demand. It will be one of a few certified, organic multi-species beef and meat processors in Minnesota.
"Valley Natural Foods to Open New Meat Processing Plant to Meet Growing Demand in Southern Minnesota", News release, Valley Natural Foods, July 07, 2016, © Valley Community Food Co-op, Inc.
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Lidl Is UK's Supermarket Of The Year, Good Housekeeping Institute Says

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Discount retailer Lidl has been selected as the UK’s supermarket of the year by the Good Housekeeping Institute. According to the organization, Aldi and Waitrose were the awards’ runners up, with the country’s big 4 retailers, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, and Morrisons, out of the picture. Lidl’s sales rose 16.7 percent in 2015, according to market analysts. Tesco was the country’s leading online grocery store, Good Housekeeping Institute said.
Sean Poulter , "Budget chain Lidl beats upmarket high street rivals to be named supermarket of the year ", The Daily Mail, July 07, 2016, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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Chobani’s Olympics Ads Emphasize Need For Good Foods To Be Great

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
U.S. yogurt maker Chobani has come up with a new ad theme and campaign as the Rio Olympics approach. Instead of “Naturally Powering Team USA,” used for the London and Sochi games, the theme is: ”You Can Only Be Great If You’re Full Of Goodness.” More than 40 videos have been prepared for the campaign. They include commercials, digital video profiles, workout routines and cooking segments featuring the athletes it is sponsoring. An ancillary theme of the campaign, which is managed by the Opperman Weiss agency, is the “No Bad Stuff” phrase Chobani has been using to stress that its yogurts contain no artificial ingredients or GMOs.
Jessica Wohl, "See The Spot: Chobani Stresses Goodness In Olympics Push", Advertising Age, July 07, 2016, © Crain Communications
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Kroger Outlines Expanded “Eco-Stewardship” Goals For Next Four Years

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The Kroger Co.’s expanded sustainability goals include a commitment to 100 percent sustainable seafood and a transition to a cage-free egg supply chain by 2020. CEO Rodney McMullen said the company wants to be a “positive force for change” while driving sustainability and innovation across the supply chain. The company said it is also committed to optimizing all corporate brand packaging, and implementing zero waste in at least 90 percent of its facilities over the next four years.
"Kroger Announces Sustainability Goals for 2020", News release, Kroger , July 07, 2016, © The Kroger Co.
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Kellogg’s Adds Granola To Raisin Bran

July 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Kellogg Company has expanded its Raisin Bran breakfast cereal line to include two granola-based varieties. Two flavors of Raisin Bran Granola will be available at 200 calories a serving with bran flakes, raisins and granola oat clusters: Raisin & Honey Granola and Cranberry Almond Granola, both low in fat, high in fiber. The company said its market research found now only that an increasing number of people were eating granola, its own Raisin Bran customers were eager to have granola blends that did not sacrifice the traditional flavor of the bran flakes and sweet raisins. 
"Kellogg's Merges Two Breakfast Favorites - Raisin Bran And Granola To Create A Delicious New Pairing", News release, Kellogg Company, July 07, 2016, © Kellogg Company
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Foodservice Industry Is Trying Hard To Deliver “Clean,” Boldly Flavored, Foods

July 6, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A consensus is emerging among restaurateurs and other foodservice operators over the term “clean” eating. The menu strategist for a Wyoming-based taco restaurant chain says clean simply means ingredients that can be found “in your pantry or in a grocery store.” The fewer the better. With that in mind, a restaurant in San Ramon, Calif., not only lists all ingredients for each dish on its menu, it makes sure all employees can explain the ingredients to diners. To keep things simple and clean – and zestier, another consumer trend – chefs are using herbs, spices, chilies, oils and condiments such as Tabasco Sauce, which itself contains only distilled vinegar, tabasco peppers and salt. That ensures the foods are not just cleaner and more natural, they are also spicier, a quality much desired by Millennials.
"Consumers Crave Bold Flavors, 'Clean' Labels", Restaurant Hospitality, July 06, 2016, © Penton
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Can Dunkin’ Donuts Succeed In San Francisco, Home Of Beloved Mom-And-Pop Shops?

July 6, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Massachusetts-based Dunkin’ Donuts tried expanding to California 30 years ago but failed – the last stores closed more than 10 years ago, trounced by a “reversed Walmart effect.” In the San Francisco Bay area especially, there’s an abundance of cherished mom-and-pop doughnut shops that have given fits to national chains like Dunkin’ and Krispy Kreme. But, with much ballyhoo, and some instant success, Dunkin’ is back in the Golden State, and once again faces competition from those entrenched family-run businesses like Stan's Donut Shop. San Franciscans – who love to eat out and discover unique eateries – are loyal to the mom-and-pop shops because their products are high quality and affordable, and they offer a good “old school” business culture.
Annie Sciacca, "For Dunkin' Donuts, Small Shops Could Be Big Competition", The Mercury News, July 06, 2016, © Digital First Media
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Food Delivery Robots Take To The Streets In European Cities

July 6, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A robot food delivery start-up announced it is testing its business strategy and technology with the help of several European food and parcel delivery companies, including Pronto, Hermes, and Just Eat, as well as grocery retailer Metro Group. Starship Technologies, created by two Skype co-founders, will launch dozens of delivery robots in London, Düsseldorf, Bern and another German city to start. It will then move to several other European and American cities. It already operates delivery robots in Tallinn, Estonia, its headquarters location.
"Starship Technologies launches testing program for self-driving delivery robots with major industry partners", News release, Starship Technologies, July 06, 2016, © Starship Technologies
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British Gym Rats Are No Longer The Only Buyers Of Sports Nutrition Products

July 6, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Sales of sports nutrition products – muscle milks, protein bars, energy gels, etc. – are booming in Great Britain. At the heart of this strong performance is an expanding market: an increasing number of health-conscious consumers – beyond exercise junkies – are buying them. Mintel says 24 percent of Brits consumed a sports nutrition product in the past three months, including 42 percent of men aged 16-24. U.K. consumers spent £66 million on sports nutrition foods and drinks in 2015, an increase of 27 percent from 2013. The products are now staples on store shelves: 47 percent of sports nutrition buyers say the products are part of their everyday diet.
"Sports Nutrition Bulks Up: UK Market Sales Rise By 27% In Two Years As One In Four Brits Use The Products", News release, Mintel, July 06, 2016, © Mintel Group Ltd.
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New Zealand Researchers Develop Model For Sodium Reduction

July 6, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
High-sodium diets increase blood pressure and the risk of stomach cancer and kidney disease, so many countries are developing sodium reduction plans. Researchers in New Zealand constructed a model that would tell how much sodium would need to be reduced in packaged foods, restaurant foods and home use to achieve the WHO-recommended decrease to five grams a day. Using food purchase data and food brand sodium content data, the researchers determined that a 36 percent reduction in packaged food salt, plus a 40 percent reduction in home and restaurant use, would reduce salt intake in New Zealand from 8.4 to 5.5 grams/day) and meet the WHO target. Key sodium reductions: white bread (21 percent), hard cheese (27 percent), sausages (42 percent), and breakfast cereals (54 percent).
Helen Eyles et al., "Achieving the WHO sodium target: estimation of reductions required in the sodium content of packaged foods and other sources of dietary sodium", The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, July 06, 2016, © American Society for Nutrition
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Purchase Data Help CPG Marketers Find Their Quarry

July 5, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
An increasing number of consumer packaged goods (CPG) marketers are relying on purchase-based advertising, as well as location tracking and other technologies, to more sharply target potential buyers. Purchase-based advertising is based on data derived from retail websites as well as from retail stores. As evidence of the pervasiveness of the technology, mobile ad firm 4Info reports that 99 percent of the campaigns it has managed for CPG clients use purchase information. 4Info gets the data – stripped of identifiable personal information – from Nielsen Catalina Solutions, which collects UPC-level information streams directly from participating grocery and drug stores every day. The data reflect purchase information from 90 million households. The information is sophisticated enough to allow advertisers to hone their message as well.
Kate Kaye, "Grocery Brands Flock to Ads Informed by Your Real-World Shopping", Advertising Age, July 05, 2016, © Crain Communications
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