PopCorners Spicy Queso chips
PopCorners Spicy Queso chips
Utz owner sells back stake in the chip company
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Doritos, Lay's, Tostitos and Cheetos team up in football-themed campaign
Shoprite Bowl & Basket potato chips, pita chips, and pretzels
Pringles Rotisserie Chicken, and Parmesan & Roasted Garlic chips
Utz Quality Foods Completes Merger With Kitchen Cooked
PepsiCo Exec Reveals 2020's 'Hot' and Boozy Snack Trends
Frito-Lay Releases U.S. Snack Index and No Need to Check Twice: It's Family, Friends and Food that Make the Holidays Nice
November 20, 2019
PLANO, Texas, Nov. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Forget the "Naughty" or "Nice" lists. This holiday season, Frito-Lay is all about salty vs. sweet with the release of its latest U.S. Snack Index1, revealing the taste preferences driving snack consumption among consumers.
Lay's Giveaway Offers Year of Free Chips for Selfies with New Packaging
Utz Quality Foods Supports Technology Learning at Local School Districts
Washington-based potato chip company sued for using ‘Hawaiian’ name
Peatos ™ Becomes the Fastest Growing Snack in the Produce Section
Frito-Lay Debuts Flavor Shots in Stores
Campbell Soup sales boosted by acquisition of Snyder’s-Lance
Globally inspired snack and bakery flavor trends
PepsiCo Announces Senior Leadership Appointment at PepsiCo Foods North America
|PURCHASE, N.Y., March 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) today announced that|
|Past, Present and Future: Wyandot Snacks Built on a Legacy to Take Company Forward|
|How does a family-owned company go from being one of the largest exporters of raw popcorn to a successful co-manufacturer of healthy extruded snacks and corn and tortilla chips?|
That was the task for Rob Sarlls when he took his post as president and CEO of Marion, OH-based Wyandot Snacks in late 2015.
"Wyandot had all the elements of a fantastic business," said Mr. Sarlls, a plant-based snack industry veteran whose experience spans decades in the food industry. "It's always had a reputation of being the smart people in the snack food space. They're the brainpower, and the focus on technical expertise has always been well-known and respected."
|Chirps Chips Wins Inaugural 'SNAC Tank' Pitch Competition|
|(Arlington, VA) — On April 2 in Orlando, FL, SNAC International's SNAXPO19, the world's premier supply chain trade show for the snack industry, featured the inaugural "SNAC Tank,” a pitch competition for innovative start-up snack brands.|
Dining at Joe Beef was one of the most magical experiences of my life. There are no norms, no artifice, no vying for Instagram attention. The chefs and figureheads, David McMillan and Fred Morin, seems to have but one goal for customers: Pack as much deliciously dense properties onto a plate as physically possible, at all cost.
Kraft Heinz Springboard Bets on Five More Companies to Shape the Future of Food and Opens Applications for Third Class
Zapp’s® Mesquite Bar-B-Que Potato Chips Named Grand Champion at The Chip Festival
|ByEric Mandel – Digital Producer , Atlanta Business Chronicle|
08 Oct 2018 --- PepsiCo's Walkers brand is set to launch the UK’s first nationwide recycling scheme for crisp packets. Consumers will be encouraged to either drop off their packets at one of the hundreds of public access collection points that will be developed all around the country or alternatively post them for free directly to TerraCycle for recycling. The move comes after intense public pressure for Walkers to address the volume of plastic waste generated through its packaging.
Under the scheme, developed in partnership with the recycling company TerraCycle, all crisp packets will be accepted. Once the packets have been collected they will be cleaned, shredded and turned into small plastic pellets which will then be converted into useful plastic items, such as benches and fence posts.
27 Aug 2018 --- Frito-Lay has introduced personalized messaging to its variety crisp packets to allow parents to connect with children while away from home. The redesign comes after a Frito-Lay survey found that the majority of US parents want to give words of encouragement to their children while they are apart. As a result, Frito-Lay Variety Packs, one of the flagship brands from PepsiCo's Frito-Lay division, is giving parents a simple and convenient way to provide love and encouragement during the school day with the launch of Snackable Notes.
|Parents can write custom notes on the chip maker's variety packs and submit their best entries online for a chance to win a $1,000 weekly prize.|
|In order to improve shareholder value and reduce debt, Campbell Soup announced the planned sale of its Fresh division, which includes Bolthouse Farms and Garden Fresh Gourmet, as well as its international brands, including Arnott's and the Kelsen Group,|
|Focusing the company on two distinct businesses, Campbell Snacks and Campbell Meals and Beverages, in its core North American market. Campbell International consists of Arnott's and the Kelsen Group, along with the company's manufacturing operations in Indonesia and Malaysia and its businesses in Hong Kong and Japan. Campbell Fresh includes Bolthouse Farms, Garden Fresh Gourmet and the company's refrigerated soup business.|
|Prataap Snacks will acquire 80% share of Avadh Snacks for Rs 148 crores ($2.1M) to expand its footprint in India's westernmost state, Gujarat. Read Douglas Yu's full article in Bakery and Snacks.|
|Snack brand Hippeas announced a changing of the guard. Founder Livio Bisterzo will move to the role of chairman while Joe Serventi, current U.S. general manager, will assume the role of global CEO. Bisterzo told NOSH that the leadership change was the right move operationally for Hippeas given Serventi's background at Glacéau Vitaminwater, Pirate's Booty and BarkTHINS. Read more at Project NOSH.|
Campbell Soup Company Announces CEO Transition Plan
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PREMIUM SNACK BUSINESS BOUGHT BY HULA HOOPS MAKER
Former Snyder’s-Lance owners acquire private-label salty snacks company
Settlement will reduce carcinogens in potato chips
The Complex Code In A Potato Chip: Why We Love The Flavors We Do
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Going To Pot
Amazon Shoppers Snatch Up Deals on Potato Chips and Toilet Paper
The official spicy snack power rankings
Chip-maker Utz opened a primary-care clinic to help employees in ‘Snack Food Capital’ Hanover, Pa., get healthier
Next Time You're Craving a Crunchy Snack, Try One of These Healthier Chips From Trader Joe's
There is a massive Frito-Lay shortage in NYC bodegas
|Amazon Adds Whole Foods Products to Its Core Website to Boost Grocery Sales|
|PepsiCo to Target Whole Foods Shelves with New 'Simply' Brand|
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INTERVIEW: We talk with the CEO of Rap Snacks, James Lindsay, about the return of the hip-hop munchies brand, working with artists, and advice for young black entrepreneurs.
With the decline of blog culture and print magazines, artists are forever looking for new ways to expand their brand and reach new audiences. The rise of social media, Instagram in particular, has slowly transformed artist exposure into more and more of a bite-sized initiative, complete with easily digestible packaging. Somewhere at this juncture between snacking and marketing, stands entrepreneur James Lindsay, the CEO and Founder of Rap Snacks. To briefly provide some of his backstory, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science, specialized in Marketing. He embodies Rick Ross' "buy back the block" ethos, way before the song cemented the statement. After working at an ethnic hair care company, Johnson Products, for a period of time post graduation, he was inspired enough, by both his simple love of snack food and his knack for business, to create Rap Snacks Inc in 1994. He's grown it into a five million dollar business.
Pringles' Stack Shack Pop-Up Will Encourage Customers to Mix the Chips and Create New Flavors
|Don't you hate when you pull open a fresh bag of chips and you find SO much empty space? Who are potato chip companies trying to fool? No one! In fact, that space is there for a very good reason: to make sure that your chips arrive to you fresh and delicious. That empty space is filled with a secret ingredient: Nitrogen!|