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Now that consumers are accustomed to seeing "organic" and other eco-friendly labeling on their products, a new group seeks to replace the USDA organic label with a next-generation seal.
B&G Foods is enlarging its board in order to add some technology expertise.
In a sign of the changing landscape of the CPG world, Kraft Heinz is launching an incubator for smaller, disruptive brands in the food and beverage space.
Fast-growing pet supplies manufacturer and retailer Petmate is expanding its portfolio of pet brands.
General Mills is accelerating efforts to transform its portfolio by buying natural pet food company Blue Buffalo for about $8 billion.
Despite Amazon's price cuts at Whole Foods Market, the CEO of a top food supplier says his company has seen sales "increase dramatically."
Procter & Gamble has added another natural and innovative brand to its portfolio.
Mondelēz International has appointed a veteran of Kraft Foods, Mars and PepsiCo to its board.
A meat industry leader is joining the roster of suppliers that are launching direct-to-consumer programs.
The maker of Keurig coffee machines is acquiring Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, creating a beverage giant with about $11 billion in annual sales.
Despite the exploding popularity of plant-based eating, Cargill plans to invest $4.2 million to meet growing demand for beef products.
Revlon says the beauty company is still on the right track despite losing another CEO in less than two years.
The owner of the Schick, Platex and Hawaiian Tropic brands is looking to leverage the growth in the men's grooming category with a big acquisition.
Nestle, the maker of Butterfinger and other brands, is taking a major step toward focusing on health and wellness by selling its U.S. confectionery business to Nutella maker Ferrero for $2.8 billion.