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Last week Chuck Muth, Chief Growth Officer at Beyond Meat, announced he had retired from the plant-based brand after four years. Muth will remain on the boards of several notable food and beverage brands, including Beyond Meat’s own joint venture with PepsiCo.
For the 32 million Americans who suffer from food allergies, access to safe and affordable specialty care — including allergy-safe food — is a necessity. But that doesn’t mean that it’s available on an equal basis, particularly for minority or low-income consumers. A new report from the food allergy advocacy organization FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) has identified systemic racial and economic inequity — both in healthcare and with regard to a lack of access to allergy-friendly food — as the root obstacles to that specialized care. To help further its mission, FARE is identifying ways CPG food brands can advance equality initiatives in the food allergy community.
In the latest distribution news, allergen-free snack brand Partake and Blake’s Seed Based make retail gains, Poppy Hand-Crafted Popcorn launches in Whole Foods and keto snack mix maker Hilo Life makes its retail debut.
Allergen-friendly snack brand Partake Foods today announced it had raised $4.8 million from investors including Marcy Venture Partners, FF2032 (the investment arm of Lotus Bakeries), CircleUp Growth Partners, and others. The investment comes after the brand announced earlier this week that it would expand beyond the cookie category, launching an all-purpose baking mix.
In this week’s Checkout, Walmart and Target report Q2 earnings and plans to enhance delivery options, while DoorDash adds grocery stores to its platform. Also, Propeller Industries gains investment from Newlight Partners.
Allergy-friendly snack company Partake will release a limited cookie variety this Fall. The new Soft Baked Pumpkin Spice will be available in two sizes 5.5 oz and as a single serving at 1 oz.
The FDA on Friday released temporary guidance to allow food manufacturers to change ingredients without updating product labels, a move aimed at preventing supply chain disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, company and industry leaders are speaking up to promote consumer safety.
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