Hippeas picks former Annie’s and PopCorners head as new CEO

The chickpea snack maker said CPG veteran Paul Nardone will focus on growing the brand’s portfolio, expanding production and opening new channels of distribution. Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service

Keurig Dr Pepper commits to cutting new plastic use in packaging

The beverage giant, which aims for a 20% reduction by 2025, is the latest CPG to pledge cuts after being targeted by shareholder proposals from nonprofit As You Sow. Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service

How much of a boost did food companies get from COVID-19?

Publicly traded large CPGs had long been struggling with little or no sales growth because of shifting consumer preferences and challenger brands stealing market share. The pandemic changed all that.  Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service


Finger millet energy balls

Rich in calcium,iron and minerals this delicious Ragi ladoo is an excellent snack option for toddlers/kids. Continue reading at FoodGawker.com: Click Here Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service

Colorado’s bill for deregulation of meat sales sent to a joint conference committee

A bill with the Colorado Legislature’s unanimous support for an alternative way of acquiring meat within the state has hit a snag. Before April 1, it looked like the Colorado General Assembly was about to send Senate Bill 21-079 to the governor for his signature. The new law takes effect immediately with his signature. It…

Rachel Roddy’s recipe for white beans and chard with bacon or eggs

A rustic bowl of Roman comfort food: a soup-stew laced with olive oil, traditionally cooked in a terracotta pot, to be devoured with bacon or eggs I worry about the small kitchenware shop just across the square; that it doesn’t have enough customers and is going to close, and that, if it does, it will…

OK, I’ll Bite: What Are Ramps?

If you see a crowd gathering around a stall at your local farmers market any time between mid-April and early June, odds are you’ve stumbled across someone selling ramps. Let me tell you, nothing gets people who know and love ramps more excited than seeing those first green leaves on a warm spring morning. Of…


Mango Slaw

This Mango Slaw is both beautiful and delicious. It is dressed in a sweet lime dressing that is wonderful. Continue reading at FoodGawker.com: Click Here Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service

Thomasina Miers’ recipe for poached smoked haddock with grilled broccoli, lentils and anchovy cream | The simple fix

Smoked white fish smothered in rich, anchovy cream, served on a bed of lentils with charred broccoli on the side A simple poached piece of smoked fish, some charred but tender purple sprouting broccoli, green lentils cooked until al dente and an anchovy-rich cream dressing that brings the whole dish together. There are a few…


Is the FDA sliding into your DM’s?

Editor’s note: Each Spring, attorneys Bill Marler and Denis Stearns teach a Food Safety Litigation course in the LL.M. Program in Agricultural and Food Law at the University of Arkansas School of Law. This specialized program for attorneys brings together those who are interested in our food system, from farm to table. As a final…

You’re 3 Ingredients From Fudgy Buckwheat Brownies

A Big Little Recipe has the smallest-possible ingredient list and big everything else: flavor, creativity, wow factor. That means five ingredients or fewer—not including water, salt, black pepper, and certain fats (like oil and butter), since we’re guessing you have those covered. Psst, did you hear we’re coming out with a cookbook? We’re coming out…

From baked kimchi rice to custard cream affogato: Yotam Ottolenghi’s egg recipes

Baked eggs nestled in peppers on a bed of pungent sticky rice, followed by little pots filled with baked custard, meringue brittle and a shot of espresso We may all still be finishing off chocolate eggs from last weekend, but eggs are still where I’m at. With their promise of hope and new life, eggs…


Ahi Tuna Poke Stacks

Ahi Tuna Poke Rice Stacks with layers of chunks of sushi-grade tuna, avocado, cucumbers, spicy mayo, and rice layered in fun easy stacks. Continue reading at FoodGawker.com: Click Here Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service

COVID-19 measures likely led to foodborne disease decline in Spain

Social distancing to combat COVID-19 has led to a decrease in foodborne infections in Spain, according to researchers. Data from the Epidemiological Surveillance Network in Madrid covering January 2020 to late June 2020, which overlaps with the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, shows that compared with the first half of 2019, there was a marked…

Your Biggest Climate Decision Isn’t What You Cook—It’s What You Don’t

With The Climate Diet, award-winning food and environmental writer Paul Greenberg offers us the practical, accessible guide we all need. This new release contains fifty achievable steps we can take to live our daily lives in a way that’s friendlier to the planet—from what we eat, how we live at home, how we travel, and…

AB InBev to sell stake in U.S. metal container plants for $3B

Private-equity firm Apollo and other investors will purchase 49.9% of the business, giving the beer giant much-needed cash to pay down debt from its 2016 SABMiller acquisition. Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service

Earth to the meatpacking industry: 2021 is coming up, exit the time capsule

The manufacturing process must change, and not just for change’s sake. Lives, not just reputations, are at stake, writes Phil Kafarakis, president emeritus of the Specialty Food Association. Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service

2020’s 10 biggest M&A deals in the food and beverage industry

Despite the pandemic, companies found ways to streamline their operations as needed and expand their portfolios when opportunities arose. These are some of the largest moves this year. Top Featured Tags: – FoodPress Release Distribution Service

Swiss Listeria outbreak shows risk of cheese recontamination

A multi-year Listeria outbreak in Switzerland that killed 10 people was linked to pasteurized cheese products, according to a study. The incident highlights the risk for recontamination of cheese during manufacturing and emphasizes the need for routine sampling of products, manufacturing equipment, and the production environment, said researchers in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases. The…

9th Circuit again sides with California on Prop 12; meat producers likely to seek U.S. Supreme Court review

The North America Meat Institute (NAMI) is likely to file a writ of certiorari for U.S. Supreme Court review of California’s Proposition 12, which the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has repeatedly declined to hear. Passed by California’s largely urban voters in November 2018, Prop  12 imposes space requirements regarding breeding pigs and veal calves…

Listeria risk prompts company to recall spiced herring

A California company is recalling herring packed in oil because it may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Officials have not reported how the problem was discovered. There is concern that consumers may still have the product in their homes because of its long shelf life. The recalled herring has an “expiration” date of Aug. 8,…

Nigel Slater’s recipes for festive leftovers: soup and panettone custard

When it comes to Christmas pickings, there are no rules… This is the fridge’s finest hour. A bowl of cranberry sauce full to the brim; shards of cold roast goose, turkey perhaps; some cold roast potatoes, craggy and golden, and, joy of joys, a saucer of cold pigs-in-blankets. There is bread sauce in a gravy…

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