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Free Tag Reader: AMERICAN WHOLESALE REFRIGERATION CO. FOODBUSINESS NEWS August 12, 2014 NEWS, MARKETS AND ANALYSIS FOR THE FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY ® Smucker strikes deal for nut snack maker ORRVILLE, OHIO - The J.M. Smucker Co. has signed an agreement to acquire Sahale Snacks, Inc., a Seattlebased maker of nut and fruit mixes. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. 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Several speakers referred to the case, including Frank Jenkins, president of JSG Commodities, who said he expected the case to be decided in favor of U.S. sugar producers following a protracted review by the U.S. government, after which a managed agreement would be implement by both countries. Michael Scuse, U.S. Department of Agriculture undersecretary for farm and foreign agricultural services and the first speaker at the symposium, said, "The greatest area of Continued on Page 24 For Sale R FO * 325,700 SF high-finish former dry mixing & confectionery facility LE Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee SA For additional information, please contact: Sim A. 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Food Business News - March 24, 2015
Inside General Mills’ new approach to innovation
Nestle pursuing nutrition-based treatment for autism
Dairy Business News - Inclusion innovation: More than a chip or a chunk
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - Flexibility is needed to meet new opportunities
Kind raising the bar with innovation
McDonald’s to unlock power of local regions
Lancaster Colony acquires flatbread maker
SodaStream going after Keurig
Six forces shaping natural, organic product development
Stevia slow to penetrate confectionery market
C-Suite insight: C.P.G. at a crossroads
Kroger’s Simple Truth sales hit $1.2 billion for year
Private equity firm buys American Beverage Co.
Washington - Dietary Guidelines coming into focus
Market Insight - A `normal’ year for U.S. crops?
Health and Wellness - Shining a health halo over protein
Meat industry criticizes D.G.A.C. recommendation
Ingredient Innovations - Number of proposed pho alternatives widens
Still no timetable for final GRAS rule
Company Profile - Mondelez gaining momentum
New Food Products
Natural Products Expo West/Engredea
Ingredient Market Trends - Millers forecast soft red winter wheat crop at 381 million bus
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - March 24, 2015