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of sugar if consumers don't like them because they are certainly not going to drink them. But we clearly see a vector here where more shaping of choice to help move the industry and innovation will provide a platform for sparkling growth." Another priority for Coca-Cola is to "promote clear facts" by providing transparent nutrition information, portion recommendations and consumer education. "There is a need for us to support and help lead on the promotion of facts," Mr. Quincey said. "That takes different shapes in different countries given all the regulatory environments. But our North Star is to promote clear facts." Coca-Cola also has prioritized marketing its products responsibly and leading engagement with consumers, while helping to improve the well-being of the communities in which it operates. The company's new approach "integrates with our strategy choice of being less dependent on being volume-led and being more focused on being value-led," Mr. Quincey said. "The two things can go together because as I shift from trying to sell the extra 2-liter bottle with an oversized discount to selling more beautiful small glass bottles, that is good from a revenue point of view, yet it's also good from a shaping choice point of view." FBN McDonald's to relocate corporate headquarters We're Didion. We've been in the corn business for more than 40 years. Leading food manufacturers BOEJOHSFEJFOUTVQQMJFSTUVSOUPVTCFDBVTFXFTJNQMZLOPXDPSO'SPNHSJUT NFBMT šPVSTBOECSBOUP our growing portfolio of value-added ingredients, we will be your partner to put food on America's table. "OEUIBU‘TUIF%JEJPO%JîFSFODF» (913) 484-3452 22 FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® OAK BROOK, ILL. - McDonald's Corp. has announced plans to move its corporate headquarters from Oak Brook to downtown Chicago by the spring of 2018. The headquarters new location will be Chicago's West Loop neighborhood. "We are a brand on the move in more ways than one," said Steve Easterbrook, president and chief executive officer. "Moving our headquarters to Chicago is another significant step in our journey to build a better McDonald's. This worldclass environment will continue to drive business momentum by getting us even closer to customers, encouraging innovation and ensuring great talent is excited about where they work." McDonald's headquarters were located in Chicago from 1955 to 1971, at which point operations were shifted to Oak Brook. McDonald's has more than 36,000 locations in over 100 countries. McDonald's becomes the latest large company to relocate its headquarters to Chicago. Earlier, ConAgra Foods, Inc. announced plans to move to Chicago from Omaha. Archer Daniels Midland Co. in 2014 moved its headquarters from Decatur, Ill., to Chicago. FBN June 28, 2016

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Food Business News - June 28, 2016
What will Brexit mean for U.K. food and agriculture?
Obesity rate rises as sweetener use declines
Beverage Business News - Protein on trend in R.-T.-D. beverages
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Web Contents
Editorial - Market fragmentation intensifies C.P.G., retail competition
Coca-Cola invests in organic aloe water beverage maker
Dunkin’ Donuts evolves with expansion of beverage portfolio
Philadelphia passes tax on caloric, diet beverages
Post said to be considering combining with Lamb Weston
Teasdale adds to private label portfolio with purchase of Mesa Foods
CVS to expand selection of healthier foods, will add to private label line
Monster moving beyond energy beverages with debut of Mutant, Hydro
Coca-Cola changing its soft drink strategy to focus on ‘shaping choice
McDonald’s to relocate corporate headquarters
Smucker earnings soar on coffee sales, pet food acquisition
A squeeze on pectin
Picking out pectin alternatives
Kellogg launches $100 million venture capital fund
Kellogg adds Pure Organic to Kashi portfolio
TreeHouse Foods profiles the changing private label consumer
Martha Stewart enters meal kit market with delivery subscription service
B&G Foods ready to ‘fight back’ in frozen food aisle
Washington - Audit finds F.D.A. must improve food recall process
Snack Trends - Key trends unveiled at Sweets & Snacks 2016
Crispy, convenient and gluten-free
When gluten-free orders get serious
Company profile - WhiteWave Foods eyeing $3 billion in additional U.S. plant-based foods sales
WhiteWave’s Earthbound Farm brand set to soar in fresh and frozen
Industry Images - Record attendance at 2016 Purchasing Seminar
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Post-eleventh hour compromise on G.M.O. labeling
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - June 28, 2016