Food Manufacturing

ABA SmartBrief

News for the non-alcoholic beverage industry

ABA SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: American Beverage Association

Unoco brings its "raw" coconut water to the U.S.

7/11/2014

  • Telegraph (London) (tiered subscription model), The

Unoco's "raw" coconut water has made waves in the U.K. during its first year on the market and will soon be available in the U.S. at California and New York retailers. The company uses high-pressure p… Read More

GMA SmartBrief

News for the food, beverage and CPG industry

GMA SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Grocery Manufacturers Association

Hostess brings back the Chocodile

7/11/2014

  • Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Hostess has reintroduced the Chocodile, the Twinkie's chocolate-covered counterpart. Its nationwide return is being marketed as the "summer of Twinkies." Chocodiles were discontinued in 1999. Read More

IDFA SmartBrief

News about the dairy processing industry

IDFA SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: International Dairy Foods Association

Stonyfield to fund Maine organic dairy training program

7/9/2014

  • Forecaster (Falmouth, Maine), The

Stonyfield has partnered with Wolfe's Neck Farm in Maine to develop a training program for organic dairy farming, as the demand for organic dairy rises. The program, funded by a three-year grant of ne… Read More

NCA SmartBrief

News and trends in the confectionery industry

NCA SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: National Confectioners Association

Rayge Candy relies on customer service

7/10/2014

  • Asbury Park Press (Neptune-Asbury Park, N.J.) (tiered subscription model)

Rayge Candy Co., a family-owned confectionery distributor, has remained in business for 63 years by focusing on customer service and keeping up with trends. The company offers products ranging from sm… Read More

GPI SmartBrief

Glass packaging news

GPI SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Glass Packaging Institute

Report: Food packaging has 175 hazardous chemicals

7/8/2014

  • Daily Express (London)

A new report has found that 175 potentially toxic chemicals are being used in food packaging and many of the substances could get into the food itself. "Chemicals with highly toxic properties may lega… Read More