Earlier this month, the company announced a redesign across all of Minute’s product portfolio and has begun rolling it out to retailers. This is the most comprehensive package redesign the brand has seen in more than a decade.
The Denver-based flour supplier announced earlier this month the launch of its new business unit, The Annex, which is a 15-person team dedicated to providing food companies and foodservice operators with “next” grains and plant-based ingredients. The goal for the “company within a company” is to establish itself as a thought leader and problem-solver in the grain market.
The Andersons, Inc. Grain Group announces it has purchased Purity Foods, Inc., an organic and conventional ancient grains processor in Hudson, Michigan.
Riviana Foods Inc., America’s leading rice company, announced today the launch of Success® Tri-Color 100 percent Quinoa, which is packaged in the same boil-in-bag as the other products in the Success product line. This Success product is an easy-to-prepare, quick cooking quinoa and offers consumers a protein-rich option that can be served as a mealtime mainstay or integrated into a variety of recipes.
Umpqua Oats Inc., the company that pioneered super premium “on-the-go” oatmeal in cups, will launch cartons of six packets for enjoyment at home.
Bakery On Main, an independently-owned company and leading provider of gluten-free snacks and cereals, is expanding its range of audaciously premium offerings to include four new certified organic product lineups:Organic Happy Oats, Organic Happy Granola, Organic Happy Muesli, and Organic Creamy Hot Breakfast.
Smart Flour Foods is announcing Non-GMO Project Verification for its popular pizza crusts.
I Heart Keenwah, makers of ready-to-eat healthy quinoa snacks, are expanding their line beyond the snack aisle and into the pantry section with Toasted Quinoa.
Bunge will introduce Whole Harvest™ USDA certified organic soybean oil and Non-GMO Project Verified milled ancient grains at the 2016 SupplySide West (October 6-7) and IBIE (October 8-11) shows in Las Vegas.
Maypo, a maple-syrup flavored hot cereal, became an American favorite in the 1950’s and still has a loyal customer base today. Homestat Farm, makers of Maypo, have heeded to a new generation of consumers pleading, “We want superfoods!,” adding a new product to its hot cereal line that features nutrient-rich quinoa.