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The founders of popular frozen poultry brand Hip Chick Farms, who sold the company last year, have left the frozen section and recently launched their new CBD brand, A Boring Life, into retail.
In the latest installment of Taste Radio Insider we feature an interview with Suzie Yorke, the founder/CEO of Love Good Fats, a fast-growing maker of keto-friendly snack bars and shakes that is attempting to become the “beacon brand” for healthy fats.
Anthony Brahimsha is the founder and CEO of Prommus, a protein-enhanced hummus brand founded with a social mission to make the world a more promising place through higher nutrition. The company takes a “food is medicine” approach and has developed a high protein clean label product that utilizes HPP.
Meat snack brand Chef’s Cut announced yesterday the launch of a new line of beef biltong — a thinly sliced, cured beef snack from South Africa — which new CEO Bart Adlam hopes will give the brand a versatile and on-trend option for young consumers. The new line will also sport refresh packaging for the brand and comes as the company has added a spate of new executives.
We all talk community, but what does that mean when you’re operating online? How do tribes form, and how do you get to the chieftains? What makes for an authentic connection? John Durant, the founder of Wild Ventures, is one of the most respected strategic thinkers around online communities; he will speak at NOSH Live on how food brands can develop their relationships with influencers and build a loyal following in a genuine, resonant way.
KIND Snacks is freezing out its nutrition bar competitors with its latest innovation. Last week, the brand announced the launch of KIND Frozen Creamy Almond Bars, the brand’s first entry into the frozen category, available exclusively at Wal-Mart.
The Checkout: B&G Acquires Clabber Girl, Nuun’s #WeStandByHer Initiative, Angie’s Boomchickapop Co-Founders Invest in KYLA Kombucha
Welcome to The Checkout: an express lane for weekly news you need to know, always 10 items or less. B&G Acquires Clabber Girl for $80M B&G Foods has acquired baking powder brand Clabber Girl from Hulman & Co. for a reported $80M, marking its first acquisition under new CEO Ken Romanzi. The company estimates Clabber… Read more »
Welcome to Sauce in the City – a new column on NOSH exploring the day-to-day business of starting and scaling a new food business.
In the cannabis business, there’s still so much in motion from a legal standpoint that entrepreneurs are constantly subject to regulatory and financial uncertainty. So how do you navigate the river when its path keeps moving? We’ll talk about it at Cannabis Forum next month, with experts who spend their days charting the course.
The American palate has evolved in the last 40 years, and so has the Amin family business — Deep Foods. The company is now catering to a new generation of shoppers by repositioning its Tandoor Chef brand in an effort to tell a larger, authentic story.
Alison Cayne is the founder of Haven’s Kitchen, a company focused on crafting healthy sauces to help home cooks make meals easier and faster. The brand’s offerings are refrigerated, vegan and gluten-free, and differ from shelf-stable products that contain additives and preservatives.
Although many credit Steve’s Ice Cream for kicking off the super-premium ice cream movement back in the 1970s, the brand has struggled to capitalize on its first-mover status in the years since. But now the brand has Dean Foods, who acquired the brand in 2017, behind it as the dairy giant attempts to enter the artisanal ice cream space.
Last month, United Natural Foods, Incorporated (UNFI) announced it will cease to carry topical CBD products, a potential deal killer for companies charged with driving large quantities of the hot button ingredient across state lines.
We’re ready to reveal the official agenda for the Cannabis Forum for Food and Beverage, presented by BevNET and NOSH, on June 14th in New York City. The agenda for next month’s Cannabis Forum features conversation-provoking topics ranging from cannabrand building to regulations to financing and investment.
The battle to see who will be the category leader in plant-based “meat” continues. Less than two weeks after Beyond Meat launched a successful initial public offering (IPO), beef-substitute Impossible Foods announced today the close of a $300M round of funding.