The soup and snacks maker also said it would invest $230 million in newer, more agile facilities as part of improvements to its supply chain.
The positive result comes as the virus spreads to more farms, including an Iowa egg operation that is killing 4.2 million commercial layer chickens.
Though the year is halfway over, 2024 still has plenty of conventions and events scheduled. Food Dive is highlighting 9 to watch.
Teys USA, a subsidiary of the global food enterprise Teys and known for supplying high-quality Australian beef, announces the retirement of Brent Wolke, president of Teys USA, effective June 1, 2024.
The CPG company uses the technology for everything from assessing the shelf life, taste and texture of its products to understanding changes in consumer preferences.
In other new products, Alec’s Ice Cream debuts nine new flavors made from A2 dairy and regenerative ingredients.
In other beverage news, Sapporo-Stone Brewing aims to enter the top ten highest-grossing breweries with its $60 million investment in bi-coastal production facilities.
The offering from the craft brewer derives its taste from plant-based terpenes and is targeted at drinkers curious about cutting back on alcohol.
With a name inspired by the isiZulu term for “come here,” Wozzaah looks to embody the culture of and invite consumers to the continent.
The plant-based food company is using unconventional ingredients like quinoa to improve the taste and texture of alternative milks.
Juice and functional beverage producer Suja Life has acquired soda brand Slice from its most recent owner New Slice Ventures LLC, with plans to relaunch it in 2025 as a better-for-you offering with ...
The CDC says the risk to the general public remains low, but underscored the importance of precautions for farmhands.