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Food Processors, Retailers, and Suppliers Make Barron’s 100 Most Sustainable Companies List

Earlier this month, Barron’s released its first (soon to be annual) list of the most sustainable companies in the United States. The ranking criteria included everything from greenhouse gas emissions and human rights to workplace diversity and accounting policies. Food processors, retailers, and their...

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Food Processors, Retailers, and Suppliers Make Barron’s 100 Most Sustainable Companies List

Earlier this month, Barron’s released its first (soon to be annual) list of the most sustainable companies in the United States. The ranking criteria included everything from greenhouse gas emissions and human rights to...

Announcing the Food Industry Executive Marketplace

Food industry buyers don’t have a lot of choices when it comes to online shopping. That’s why we launched the Food Industry Executive Marketplace. The marketplace is the first of its kind, offering food...
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Food Price Index on Upward Swing: CPI Report

According to the most recent CPI data, food prices rose in January following a small increase in December and a stable November. Food away from home saw its biggest jump since January 2017, increasing...
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6 Food and Beverage Companies Make World’s Most Ethical Companies® List

Kellogg, Mars, PepsiCo, Ingredion, illycaffé, and Grupo Bimbo are among the 135 honorees on Ethisphere’s 2018 World Most Ethical Companies® list. PepsiCo is one of fifteen 12-time honorees, and Mars is one of fifteen...
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“Natural” Claims: A Thing of the Past?

A report from flavor producer Fona International says the food industry might be phasing out the use of “natural” claims sooner rather than later because the lack of a formal, FDA-approved definition of the...

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