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The proposed regulations will create a Cannabinoid Hemp Program to license hemp retailers and processors and establish quality control standards for laboratory testing, manufacturing, packaging and labelling hemp products.
In the latest distribution news, the U.K.’s Little Dish and Ireland’s Strong Roots expand in the U.S., TB12 debuts in retail and Clio Snacks launches its new low sugar innovation on Walmart shelves.
Jing Gao, founder & CEO of Sichuan-inspired sauce and seasoning brand Fly By Jing, discussed the origins of her passion for Chinese food culture and why she set out to create a brand that could elevate consumers’ expectations for the cuisine’s flavors
Hear from Gail Becker, the Founder and CEO of CAULIPOWER and Vegolutionary Foods. Gail is a passionate advocate for new entrepreneurs, women in business and making vegetable nutrition accessible and delicious to all – especially kids.
Citing concerns about unproven claims and potential violations of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, the Food and Drug Administration released warning letters this week that it had sent to a pair of food brands that offer children exposure to allergens in the hopes of warding off allergic reactions later in life. The agency gave both SpoonfulOne and Ready, Set Food! 15 days to reply to the letters or else risk legal action.
In this week’s Checkout: Impossible Foods and JUST expand in Asia and preview new innovations, True Made Foods signs a deal to be the exclusive condiment supplier of Fenway Park and Aleph Farms launches a program to grow meat in space.
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Modernizing the Milkman Model, Zero-Waste Platforms Aim to Make Sustainable Grocery Shopping Accessible
In many ways, the onset of the pandemic threatened to turn back the clock on any progress made in establishing more eco-friendly grocery shopping systems, as it brought on renewed interest in single-use plastics, bans on reusable bags and refillable cups and a decline in plastic recycling rates. But some new grocery startups and stores are gaining momentum as they fight this resurgence in disposability, updating the milkman model and adapting to changing consumer behaviors.
In a year of uncertainty and struggle, it’s hard to find steadiness and positivity. That’s why we are bringing NOSH Live Winter 2020 straight to you. On Dec. 14, 15 and 16, we’ll join together to touch base with the leaders of the food business as we share energy and advice together.
Canadian keto snack brand Love Good Fats has raised $10.7 million as it looks to weather the declines in the bar category caused by COVID-19 and ultimately make a deeper push into the U.S. market.
Bolthouse Farms CEO Jeff Dunn believes he’s “always been crazy,” when it comes to innovation, it’s just taken years for retailers and consumers to be excited to take the leap with him. Now once again a privately owned company with Dunn at the helm, Bolthouse is ready to let industry in on its creative musings, last week announcing the launch of new sub brand Wunderoots, a portfolio of carrot-based meal “swaps.”
Bulletproof 360 is launching redesigned packaging and a new line of cold brew lattes as the company targets nationwide, omnichannel retail expansion. The new packaging is aimed at streamlining the brand’s look and feel across all products, including beverages, food and supplements.
In recent years, consumers have increasingly gravitated towards “fresh food,” looking more and more to the perimeter of the store for their purchasing decisions. Yet, with an altered shopping experience and increased stockouts at retailers, COVID-19 has significantly impacted consumers’ priorities and purchasing behaviors in the fresh food category, at times resulting in consumers either having to look at center store options or to head online for shopping.
The Checkout: FMI Illustrates COVID-19’s Effect on Grocery Prices; Forager Project Works to Mobilize Voters
In this week’s Checkout: FMI tries to show consumers COVID-19’s effect on grocery prices, Kroger capitalizes on sustainability trends with new innovations and Forager Project launches a campaign to mobilize voters.
Welcome to Market Share, a new show from NOSH where we’ll sit down with leading executives and thought leaders to discuss their careers in the industry — including the hurdles they’ve overcome — and to break down food industry trends and news. To begin the bi-weekly series, we’ll spend the first six episodes talking to some of the leading women in the industry, ranging from CEO’s to founders to retailer executives.
In an email today the Specialty Food Association announced the cancellation of the organization’s 2021 Winter Fancy Food Show, which was to be held in San Francisco on January 17-19. The annual trade show and conference highlights food and beverage producers targeting the specialty food channel.
Bare Bones continues to try to redefine what a bone broth company can be. After evolving from frozen to shelf-stable and instant bone broth offerings, Bare Bones has unveiled its latest pivot: SuperPowder collagen-enhanced instant creamer. The launch comes as the brand plans a further push into beverage products; with the ultimate goal to become a broadly recognized premium nutrition company.