Food Business News - February 11, 2014 - (Page 62)

Food Business in the News "History may show that this transaction is the beginning of another major route to market for Coke. But, we doubt it will." Mark Swartzberg, a Stifel analyst in New York, commenting on the partnership between Green Mountain Coffee Roasters and the Coca-Cola Co. "Many will view this announcement as negative for SodaStream, but there is a small possibility that PepsiCo follows Coke's lead and partners with SodaStream." Bill Schmitz, an analyst at Deutsche Bank AG, commenting on the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters and Coca-Cola Co. deal. Bloomberg Businessweek Feb. 6, 2014 "It's not the most intuitive thing to try chocolate milk." "The children of corn farmers are coming back to the farm, and carving out 5 or 10 acres to grow fruits and vegetables. They can easily make $30,000 to $40,000 a year." Miranda Abney, marketing director at the Milk Processor Education Program, commenting on the increased popularity of chocolate milk as a sports recovery drink. The Washington Post Jan. 31, 2014 Craig A. Chase, the local food and farm coordinator at Iowa State University, commenting on the slow crop diversification taking place on some Midwestern farms. The New York Times Feb. 4, 2014 "Agriculture is an emerging trend that we're seeing. It's pretty clear cut. Before then, the majority of the countries and hostile intelligence services within those countries were stealing the other stuff." Robert Anderson Jr., assistant director of counterintelligence at the F.B.I., commenting on the rise of agriculture trade secret theft by such countries as China. "In the U.S., grocery shopping really isn't that hard, expensive or inconvenient for most people. That's really the heart of why it's been tough to grow much in this space." Sucharita Mulpuru, a retail analyst at Forrester Research, commenting on the slow growth and expansion of on-line grocery shopping. Feb. 4, 2014 The New York Times Feb. 4, 2014 62 FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® February 27, 2009 October 11, 2014

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Food Business News - February 11, 2014

Food Business News - February 11, 2014
Post to buy PowerBar from Nestle
Beverage ingredients in the spotlight
Beef prices are red hot
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - Cause marketing gaining momentum
Green Mountain, Coca-Cola form partnership
McDonald’s is learning less is more
F.D.A. proposes sanitary food transportation rule
Price increase still planned for Chipotle
Inside Tyson Foods’ prepared foods strategy
Beef, chicken drive gains for Tyson
Meat costs will hinder Hillshire in second half
Meijer to build dairy facility in Ohio
Hershey seeks to set new bar in spreads
Washington - Putting the new farm bill in focus
Health and Wellness - Digesting the additional benefits of gut health
Are designer fibers on the horizon?
Ingredient Innovations - Making cereal more satisfying
More satiety strategies
Beverage Business News - Beverage ingredients in the spotlight
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Weather woes continue to affect markets
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - February 11, 2014