Posts by Meagan McGinnes
From a dessert hummus company’s national expansion, to a low-sugar candy company’s seasonal play, here is your latest in distribution news.
FBOMB has seen exponential growth as of late thanks to a rising interest in keto-friendly products and a majority stake investment made last year by Disruptive Enterprises.
The Checkout: Former Bolthouse CEO May Buy Campbell Fresh; Nestlé Teams Up with Plant-Based Startups
From a food and beverage giant partnering with startups to learn more about innovation, to investors experiencing the highs and lows of working with brands, here is the natural food news you need to know this week.
Brands’ — such as Puffworks — efforts to prevent peanut allergies have inspired other brands to develop products that offer the early introduction of other allergens.
Colorado Food Works (CFW) aims to foster business development and grow Denver’s foodie reputation outside of Boulder’s shadow. Maybe most impactful, however, is the group’s ability to be a unified voice for the city’s natural food industry amid a time of change for Denver’s entire food economy, led by the city itself.
With the rise of beef jerky, companies are using consumers’ desires for high protein snacks to introduce shoppers to a different kind of meat snack with a long history in South Africa.
While some industry leaders think this is a fleeting fad, others think it’s here for the long haul and are increasingly formulating with egg whites. They’re even taking it one step further by directly calling out the ingredient on their front labels.
From a study looking at the importance of talking about sustainability, to an FDA guidance that calls for recall notices to provide more retailer information, here are some of the top news stories you need to know from this week.
The FDA today announced it has issued a request for information (RFI) in the Federal Register to solicit comments and feedback from the public to gain more insight into how consumers use plant-based alternatives and how they understand terms like “milk” or “cheese” when used to label plant-based products.
During Natural Products Expo East, Better Bites Bakery founder Leah Lopez shared with NOSH how she thinks the company is positioned for success as new allergen-free brands enter the market, and why she believes a soon-to-come line of diabetic-friendly products fits with the brand’s ethos.