Effective January 1, 2020, Sethness Products Company Caramel Colors have been re-branded and are now being sold as SETHNESS ROQUETTE Caramel Colors - the same quality Caramel Colors with a new brand name.
Agreement reinforces partnership between the companies and supports Beyond Meat’s long-term growth
January 16, 2020
The supply agreement builds on a longstanding partnership that began approximately 10 years ago, and significantly increases the amount of pea protein to be supplied by Roquette to Beyond Meat over the next three years as compared to the amount supplied in 2019.
Pollinator Partnership's Bee Friendly Farming program engages farmers in the promotion of pollinator health on their lands
January 15, 2020
Pollinators are essential to the production of many nutrient rich fruits, vegetables, and nuts, including almonds. In fact, every almond that is produced exists because a honey bee pollinated an almond blossom.
Carlos Abrams-Rivera to take on role as US zone president
January 14, 2020
A native of Puerto Rico, Abrams-Rivera, 52, will join the company after a successful career spanning more than two decades at companies including Campbell Soup Company, Mondelēz International, and Kraft Foods.
Oatly Frozen, made from oats instead of cow’s milk, has switched to Evergreen Packaging’s Sentinel™ Fully Renewable Ice Cream Board through its packaging converting partner Stanpac Packaging. Sentinel™ is a first of its kind, eco-friendly paper-based packaging made with an innovative renewable coating derived from sugarcane.
Impossible Pork is a gluten-free, plant-based ground meat that can be used in any recipe that calls for ground pork from pigs
January 9, 2020
This week at the International Consumer Electronics Show, Impossible Foods is serving up Impossible Pork Made from Plants and Impossible Sausage Made from Plants -- the startup’s first all-new products since the blockbuster Impossible Burger debuted in 2016.
Oregon facility gives Blount an additional 80,000 square feet of production capacity
January 9, 2020
The company will add all new processing equipment, including a cutting-edge “spiral hydro chiller” for quick-chilling soups to lock in freshness, as well as proprietary cooking kettles that are both large enough for production efficiencies yet small enough to allow soup to be made largely by hand in small batches.