Hollandia Produce, the California-based company recognized by consumers for its Non-GMO Verified “living” lettuce and cress varieties under its organic and conventional lines, Grower Pete’s and Live Gourmet, is relaunching as one congruent new brand: Pete’s Living Greens.
The three tempting side dishes are Japanese-Style Fried Rice, Sesame Noodles and Teriyaki Vegetables.
The Horseshoe Brand Maple Cayenne hot sauce is made with hot red cayenne pepper and rich, smoky chipotle for a classic, fire-y flavor. However, the addition of organically crafted Crown Maple syrup and sugar add a new and dynamic layer to the sauce.
Made from 100% certified-organic bulgur wheat, quinoa and KAMUT® brand khorasan wheat, these ancient grains are high in fiber, low in fat, provide a delicious source of meat-free protein and have nourished humanity for thousands of years.
The private capital development company that invests in, acquires and accelerates early-stage discoveries and technologies in the agriculture, animal health and food ingredient sectors, announced the hiring of two strategic positions: Brad Fabbri, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer and Lyla Perrodin, Chief Administrative Officer/Chief-of-Staff.
Behringer spent more than two decades at Kraft Foods, most recently as the Kraft Fellow for discovery, incubation and adoption of enterprise-wide disruptive innovation.
General Mills released its 2017 Global Responsibility Report, outlining the company’s approach to creating environmental, social and economic value in the countries where it operates.
Denver, Colorado-based company, Tundalaya has recently launched the latest addition to their ultra-convenient, ultra-smart beauty and wellness product line.
nuun® and company, the leading sports drink brand in sports specialty and natural foods retail, is introducing Performance, the cleanest endurance drink mix designed for sustained and intense activities.
The December acquisition brought together two leading honey companies with a combined 200-year legacy of quality and customer service.