Food Business News - May 17, 2016 - (Page 70)

Food Business in the News As we get closer to July 1, the li and chaos in the marketplace reality looms, and I think it's going to drive people to the table to get a deal (on G.M.O. labeling). - Randy Russell, president and chief executive officer of The Russell Group, a lobbying firm that represents food and agriculture clients, among others. May 6, 2016 Bloomberg BNA Prior to designing a model, I thi k to myself, can this be created think . . . without the use of a printer? If the answer is yes, then there is really no purpose to the machine. - Liam MacLeod, who oversees the operation of a 3D printer at New York's Culinary Institute of America. The New Yorker We're not going to be in a pace of i t where our mornings get extended. society People are going to continue to be more reliant on speed and instant gratification. - Andrew Charles, restaurant analyst with financial services firm Cowen & Co., discussing the number of fast-food chains expanding their breakfast offerings. USA Today May 9, 2016 May 7, 2016 There is increasing evidence to h show that purpose driven models are indeed also good business models for the long term. Take climate change; if no action is taken, the food industry will see its profits being wiped out in 30 years or less.. - Paul Polman, chief executive officer of Unilever, discussing social responsibility and business. Huffington Post May 9, 2016 From the Archive - A Decade of Insight People have long claimed h traditional grocers' increasing that selection of organic fare would knock Whole Foods off the map. Instead, rivals' attempts seemed to serve as a gateway to Whole Foods' intensive approach to organic health and wellness.. We were kind of surprised at our result It appears that a large portion results. of the population isn't interested in having nutritional information.. - Rebecca Krukowski, then a doctoral student in psychology at the University of Vermont, discussing the findings of a study that showed many fast-food patrons were not interested in receiving nutrition information at the point of purchase. Food Business News June 13, 2006 - Alyce Lomax, then of The Motley Fool, discussing Wal-Mart's efforts to increase the organic products it offers. Food Business News 70 FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® May 30, 2006 May 17, 2016

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Food Business News - May 17, 2016
Dean Foods diversifying with Friendly’s acquisition
Nutrition point of reference
Dairy Business News - Hydrocolloids – It’s all about the gel
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - Investors view food production as ripe for disruption
F.D.A. adjusts course on ‘healthy’ labeling
Doug Gillespie to lead Harvest Hill Beverage Co.
Bunge launches non-G.M.O. corn product line
JAB to acquire Krispy Kreme for $1.35 billion
CAVU Venture Partners: Building and creating winners
Hain Celestial begins restructuring effort
Hain learns tough lesson with tea revamp
Pilgrim’s Pride to enter organic chicken category
Green Giant brings giant boost to B&G Foods
Cott making leadership changes in North America and U.K.
Market Insight - Where’s the sugar?
Ingredient Trends - Flavor innovation energizes sports nutrition category
Ingredient Innovations - Ancient grains rising in product development
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - U.S.D.A. issues unexpectedly bullish outlook for soybeans
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - May 17, 2016