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FOODBUSINESS NEWS August 11, 2015 NEWS, MARKETS AND ANALYSIS FOR THE FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY Kellogg focusing on clean label BATTLE CREEK, MICH. - Kellogg Co. said it has been working to remove artificial colors and flavors from Froot Loops, Apple Jacks and other branded cereals by 2018. Rival General Mills announced a similar initiative in June. The move is part of Kellogg's ongoing efforts to restore growth in its cereal business, which has struggled in recent years on weaker consumer demand (See related story on Page 23). The company said it also plans to remove artificial colors and flavors from some of its snack bars and Eggo frozen products. "We know consumers are looking for foods with simpler ingredients, and work Continued on Page 22 Nestle USA putting a fresh spin on frozen Flavorful twists add spice to dairy uilding on his beginnings in Naples, Italy, watching and helping his grandfather make gelato using fruits and nuts as ingredients, Angelo Quercia, owner of Angelo Gelato Italiano, Franklin Park, Ill., continues to use those same ingredients but today combines them with modern-day flavorful twists. Melding the familiar with the unexpected, that's his contemporary approach to flavoring gelato. It is also a technique employed by a growing number of dairy product formulators in an effort to liven a dairy base to appeal to Continued on Page 44 SStory Stor St torry onn Page 12 B Plenty of battles remain for sugar producers hile sugar producers appear to have won a major fight to limit unrestricted sugar imports from Mexico, they continue to face battles on W trade and foreign sugar subsidies, regulations, taxes, consumer perception and others that in time may change the face of the U.S. sugar industry. U.S. sugar producers undoubtedly scored a huge victory when late last year the U.S. Department of Commerce and the government of Mexico entered into agreements suspending antidumping and countervailing duties over 50% on U.S. imports of sugar from Mexico. That case began March 28, 2014, with petitions filed by the American Sugar Coalition, made up of U.S. sugar beet and cane growers and most processors and refiners. While key elements of that case won't be concluded until late Continued on Page 32 ®

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Food Business News - August 11, 2015

Food Business News - August 11, 2015
Kellogg focusing on clean label
Plenty of battles remain for sugar producers
Dairy Business News - Flavorful twists add spice to dairy
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - An outcome that spurs food trade
Competition, expansion squeeze Keurig Green Mountain
SunOpta acquires frozen fruit supplier for $450 million
Nestle USA putting a fresh spin on frozen
Five mega trends affecting C.P.G.
ConAgra eliminating BPA from packaging
Flour edges milk as optimal vitamin D vehicle
Sensient c.e.o. sees food industry at tipping point
Diversification strategy paying for Pilgrim’s Pride
Mondelez adjusted earnings up sharply
Kellogg’s road to cereal recovery
Pinnacle pinpoints consumer trends for product development
Planting the seeds for Gardein’s growth
Dannon, Starbucks yogurt makes its debut
Dr Pepper spills diet strategy
Inside Campbell Soup’s fresh C.P.G. strategy
Washington - F.D.A. updates added sugars proposal
Ingredient Innovations - Strategies for sourcing non-G.M.O.
What do consumers think about G.M.O.s?
Flavor Trends - Dessert any time of day
Adding umami to dairy products
New Menu Items
Ingredient Market Trends - Avian influenza: U.S.D.A. hopes for best, prepares for worst
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - August 11, 2015