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Food Business in the News We put much more of an h emphasis on healthy dietary patterns as opposed to individual components of the diet. When we focus on individual components of the diet, whether it be carbs or fat, we usually end up going astray. It's hard for people who were the source of this wisdom to say, 'Oh my God, we were wrong, but it should be done. - Steven Nissen, a cardiologist with the Cleveland Clinic, discussing the change in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans proposal that consumers avoid foods high in cholesterol. Los Angeles Times Feb. 19, 2015 - Alice Lichtenstein, a nutrition professor at Tufts University in Boston, discussing the recently released Dietary Guidelines for Americans draft. BloombergBusiness Feb. 19, 2015 We've done fine. This is t not a broken company by any stretch. But we do need to adapt a turnaround mindset in many ways. - John Cahill, chairman and chief executive officer of the Kraft Foods Group, discussing both management and Last year we had record prices, and till still consumers bought those products. Given where pork prices are now, that's going to open some wonderful values for putting new kinds of bacon dishes . in restaurants. - Steve Meyer, president of industry researcher Paragon Economics, on why he believes the popularity of bacon as an ingredient will not diminish any time soon. The Washington Post Feb. 19, 2015 brand changes under way at the company. Chicago Tribune Feb. 12, 2015 From the Archive - A Decade of Insight The reality is that as we look at the T comp competitive frame, the lines between macro snack categories more and more are blurry. So the reality is that everybody is playing in one another's backyard. So it's actually, I believe, a strategic imperative for us to look more broadly. We all know, some of us with firstW h d experience, that our dietary needs hand and interests change as we age. The baby boomers are approaching retirement, and they are expecting science to help them live for a long time. - Irene Rosenfeld, then the chairman and chief executive officer of Frito- discussing consumer demographic trends during the 2005 Lay North America, discussing her views of the snack business during the Consumer Analyst Group of New York conference. 2005 Consumer Analyst Group of New York conference. Food Business News 82 FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® - Stephen R. Demeritt, then vice-chairman of General Mills, Food Business News March 8, 2005 March 8, 2005 February 24, 2015

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Food Business News - February 24, 2015
General Mills accepts the C.P.G. challenge
Gluten-free front and center
Mexican trade rift looms over Sweetener Colloquium
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - Subscription models may offer unique marketing opportunities
Confectionery companies switching to simpler ingredients
McCormick to acquire Italian spices and seasonings company
Mondelez has big plans to grow small platforms
WhiteWave Foods ‘busting at the seams'
More c-suite change at Kraft Foods
Keurig in transition
Mondelez acquires Enjoy Life Foods
Innovation paying for PepsiCo
TreeHouse Foods trims expectations
Kraft cleans up Capri Sun
Washington - Federal bills seek to mandate G.M.O. food labeling
Company Profile - Dr Pepper Snapple Group seizing opportunities
Capitalizing on R.C.I.
Ingredient Innovations - Clean label starches get tougher
Are clean labels and G.M.O. ingredients compatible?
More clean label ingredient opportunities
Dairy Business News - Yogurt, the next generation
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Belt-tightening time for U.S. agriculture in 2015-16
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
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Food Business News - February 24, 2015