For product launches, business innovations and a look at the rising stars in specialty foods, this is your supplier news resource. Read spotlights on the strategies of successful brands; keep up on who won top honors at major award events; and discover trending flavors and categories. Also find key regulatory news that can have an impact on your business, and don’t miss education and networking opportunities to boost your bottom line.
NatureBox has raised $18 million in Series B funding to help hit its goal of shipping 3 million of its healthy snack boxes to customers.
The U.S. is considering rules that would require outbreaks of the deadly Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus to be reported to the government to improve tracking of the disease.
As the yogurt craze continues, Greek style stands strong, but new innovations are emerging as consumers seek more purity, variety, and convenience.
For a category that was all but nonexistent 20 years ago, sheep’s milk cheeses have come a long way. Despite limited availability and high prices, a willing customer base makes this category a must-have.
Beef prices are the highest in almost three decades.
The specialty food niche is growing, but conventional supermarkets are catching on.
Online shoppers are a steadily growing and evolving demographic. A recent survey of global online shoppers from PricewaterhouseCoopers found that customer expectations are higher than ever and retailers would be wise to update or change their business strategies to keep up with new technologies.
Eighty-six percent of U.S. adults ate at least one grilled cheese sandwich in the past year, according to a survey by Harris Poll on behalf of Cheeseboy.
This 16-year-old bakery, in a bustling New York City market, feeds a handful of restaurants and a steady line of local patrons. Sarabeth Levine, an energetic septuagenarian, continues to gain speed, just like the brand that has borne her name for 30 years.
After spending several years in Italy, Paula Lambert returned to her home state to create a food business—and succeeded beyond all expectations.
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