Covering the Natural, Organic, Sustainable, & Healthy Food Industry
This week at Project NOSH, we’re looking at the top stories in technology and welcoming the robot overlords that will soon make our coffee, program our retail end-caps and sample products.
Helio, the proprietary machine learning investment algorithm developed by CircleUp to identify potential investment targets, has a new part-time gig. It’s been farmed out over the past year to a set of retailers to help them stock shelves with undiscovered but potentially worthy products.
NOSH Live will be returning to New York and Santa Monica in 2018. Focused on innovation and the cutting-edge of the natural food industry, NOSH Live creates a two-day forum that fuels strategic thinking, business development and industry connections. Time is running out to save $300! Super early registration pricing ends Monday, January 22nd.
The seal, which reads “High Pressure Certified” and is available for licensing from the CPC, will debut on select HPP juice products, with further expansion into other categories set to follow in the coming months.
Forget “new year, new me.” In the natural food industry, the mantra is “new year, new team.” Here’s what you need to know about the latest leadership changes in the natural food industry.
On Monday, ginger-focused food and beverage company Reed’s Inc. announced it had begun the process to sell both its manufacturing facility in Los Angeles, Calif and its confectionary line.
The USDA report examines how millennials spend their time and money in regards to food, how their eating habits differ from other generations and how their shopping behaviors are expected to continue to shape the food industry landscape in the future.
Taste Radio Ep. 91: Coolhaus CEO: Branding Is a ‘Point of View And a Culture’; A Secret Success, From the Military to Mainstream Retail
Cool brand, hot concept: Coolhaus co-founder Natasha Case on branding as a “point of view and a culture”; A cold brewed journey from the military to mainstream retail with Secret Squirrel founder Trevor Smith; Craft beer with a Brazilian vibe made in Southern California. What’s not to love?
Roughly two years ago, Krave Jerky founder Jon Sebastiani declared his plan to transform Sonoma, Calif. into a CPG mecca with the launch of investment and incubation group Sonoma Brands. Today, with the announcement of a new fund and new capital invested in his snack brand Smashmallow, Sebastiani looks to be well on his way to fulfilling this goal.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced last week that it will not actively enforce certain areas of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). One provision in particular has the potential to impact CPG supply chains.
Today Icelandic-style yogurt producer siggi’s announced its sale to global dairy company Lactalis. Siggi’s says its products, known as “skyr,” comprise the fastest growing yogurt in conventional grocery.
During November’s NOSH Live Winter business conference in Santa Monica, Calif., the Supermarket Guru shared his thoughts on the food industry’s evolution in 2017, and how he thinks it will shape future growth and innovation in the new year.
Seaweed-focused food brand Ocean’s Halo is ready to conquer another center store category with the debut of organic, gluten-free, soy-inspired, but soy-free sauces.
The soup franchise and producer made famous by the TV series “Seinfeld” wants to make sure they never have to say “no soup for you” to consumers again. And with a new executive team, president Joseph Hagan believes he won’t have to.
The industry is buzzing with predictions about the future of food in 2018. While no one has a crystal ball to know what the new year might bring, we do have data and reports from industry experts making their best educated guesses.