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knowing what they want. And they make up about 30% of total private label spend." With the consumer segment profiles, TreeHouse is working with its retail customers to develop product lines that are attractive to the different groups. "... Simple Truth obviously is the hot topic right now with over $1 billion in sales and better-for-you exclusive brand positioning for Kroger," Ms. Bishop said. "But we also see Wild Harvest and Simply Balanced and a number of brands that if you ask consumers, they might not even know it was a store brand. They know that it has the attributes they are looking for at a price they're happy to pay and that is where we are seeing a lot of the growth from the market today." FBN Martha Stewart enters meal kit market with delivery subscription service NEW YORK - Martha Stewart is moving beyond her cooking show on public television with the launch of a meal kit delivery subscription service. Sequential Brands Group, which bought Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia last year, partnered with Marley Spoon, a subscription meal delivery service, to convert Ms. Stewart's 18,000 recipes into meal kits. The kits include pre-portioned ingredients delivered in a chilled box containing packages that sort ingredients by recipe. Recipe cards with step-by-step instructions also are included. "Martha & Marley Spoon is a great resource for making sure your busy family can enjoy wholesome, fresh, and tasty dinners every night of the week," Ms. Stewart wrote in a blog post. "The easyto-use subscription service provides preportioned ingredients from the best local purveyors and growers, along with step-bystep recipes - everything needed to prepare a nutritious and enjoyable meal." Price-per-serving ranges from $8.90 to $10.25. Martha & Marley Spoon meal kits are available in a two-person box - ideal for two adults - and a family box with enough food for two adults and two children. Dishes include baked feta and tomatoes, crispy chicken thighs and sausage bake with beans and broccoli rabe, among others. FBN We're Lovin' Latin! ¡Ay, caramba! Introducing the Latin Action Collection from Fuchs To request free samples of Fuchs' new Latin Action Collection, visit ©2016 Fuchs North America. All rights reserved. Exciting Latin foods are becoming all the rage. And we've got a bead on the latest South-of-the-Border flavors that'll be perfect for your next winning product offering. 38 There's more, too! Let our culinary experts help you develop flavors your customers will totally crave. Now, that's Latin Action you can take right to the bank! With solid credentials and over 75 years of manufacturing experience, we have what it takes to deliver support that's focused, flexible and fast. It means always delivering the right taste solution - plus making sure your development projects run smoothly and without delays. FOODBUSINESS NEWS 800-365-3229 * Together, let's achieve The Taste of Success! ® TM 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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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