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Top 10: Pinnacle puts out new products, Amazon makes changes at Whole Foods

New products from Pinnacle Foods, Unilever resonated with SmartBrief readers this week.

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Top 10: New Pinnacle products, change at Whole Foods, fast casual at Cracker Barrel


Pinnacle Foods’ plan to roll out a roster of new products including Duncan Hines cake and frosting varieties and plant-based Gardein brand Skillet Meals proved most popular with food and beverage readers this week. The packaged food conglomerate has also created new products under its Vlasic and Wish-Bone brands.

Other CPG stories that proved popular this week included Unilever’s entry into the organic snack market in the US with its Growing Roots brand and the naming of a new CEO at TreeHouse Foods.

Retail stories also resonated with readers, including the changes at Whole Foods Market since Amazon bought the chain six months ago, Kohl’s plan to lease space at several stores to German discount supermarket chain ALDI and Walmart’s launch of new ready-to-eat meals.

Cracker Barrel’s creation of a fast-casual concept called Holler & Dash, which is designed to appeal to millennials’ craving for convenience, caught the attention of restaurant readers.

Check out the entire Top 10:

  1. Pinnacle Foods unveils a plethora of new products
  2. Unilever enters US organic snack space with Growing Roots launch
  3. Amazon’s changes showing 6 months after Whole Foods acquisition
  4. ALDI partnering with Kohl’s to take over retail space
  5. TreeHouse Foods taps Oakland for CEO role
  6. Cracker Barrel crafted its Holler & Dash concept with millennials in mind
  7. RXBar expands into nut butter category
  8. Hershey CEO reveals innovations slated for 2018
  9. Walmart offering ready-to-eat meals at 250 stores
  10. Mars exec: “We have to be as hungry as when we sold our first chocolate bar”



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