From a private label Kombucha to its own meat and cheese snacks, Kroger is reacting to changing consumer tastes by doubling down on both private label and branded products with a healthier halo.
In this issue of NOSH Voices, Zachary DeAngelo, an entrepreneur, investor and advisor to CPG brands, looks at the potential impacts of Whole Foods’ transition to centralized buying.
Bone broth brand Bare Bones announced that it has signed Wegmans as its first national retailer. The deal will take Bare Bones into 70 of the retailer’s stores, instantly doubling the brand’s distribution and expanding its retail footprint to the East Coast.
After two years of rapid growth and product development, plant-based food and beverage brand, Good Karma, is launching its newest product, flax-based yogurts.
Spoon University, a food-focused media company aimed at millennials, is helping brands reach those hungry college students. The company announced earlier this month that it’s joining forces with Chef’d, an online meal kit marketplace, to launch a meal kit subscription service specifically designed for college students.
Only a day before one of the busiest grocery shopping times of the year, Campbell Soup Company held its 2017 Q1 earnings call.
What the new year holds is still a surprise, but, when it comes to eating, Innova Market Insights thinks it has an idea what to expect.
Maple Hill Creamery announced today that it has accepted a minority investment from Sunrise Strategic Partners. The organic, grass-fed dairy brand plans the use the capital to continue to grow its presence in stores and build brand awareness.
For many food brands, legitimacy comes with access to a national or regional chain, either a Target or Whole Foods, an HEB or a Gelson’s. But could the Italian marketplace Eataly become a similar proving ground? As a high-profile specialty foods location that is growing nationally, it just might.
Drinkable soup brand Tio Gazpacho today announced a new partnership with award-winning chef José Andrés and his company ThinkFoodGroup. Tio Gazpacho will collaborate with Andrés, a culinary innovator often credited with the Spanish tapas boom in the U.S and whose company owns 25 restaurants in the U.S. and Mexico, on new marketing and retail initiatives for the brand.
Tyson is getting roasted after disappointing quarterly financial results coincided with the announcement that its CEO would be departing.
In less than a week, two major brands — Sabra and Clif Bar — and a store brand from retailer HEB have all announced recalls due to manufacturing issues.
Your closet isn’t the only thing going in or out of style with the new year—your pantry could be affected, too.
What do companies selling chickpea, soy, tea and pudding products have in common? They’re all expanding.