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Coronavirus creating chaos for new product launches | 2020-03-18

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KANSAS CITY — In the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, food and beverage manufacturers face unique challenges surrounding new product development and introductions. Tarick Gamay, vice president of sales and marketing for shelf stable liquid mix developer DreamPak, said companies should abstain from debuting new products altogether for the......
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New report illustrates coronavirus impact on global economy | 2020-03-18

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BEIJING — The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) recent report expects the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) to create a severe impact on China and global economy. “Restrictions on movement of people, goods and services, and containment measures such as factory closures have cut manufacturing and domestic demand......
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Coronavirus updates | 2020-03-17 | Food Business News

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KANSAS CITY — President Donald Trump on March 16 issued guidelines calling on Americans to avoid social gatherings of more than 10 people and avoid discretionary and non-essential travel. The guidelines, which currently are recommended but not mandated, also ask students to take classes from home if possible. The president......
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Coronavirus UPDATES: Tracking efforts to mitigate the virus’ spread | 2020-03-18

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  KANSAS CITY — President Trump on March 16 issued guidelines calling on Americans to avoid social gatherings of more than 10 people and avoid discretionary and non-essential travel. The guidelines, which currently are recommended but not mandated, also ask students to take classes from home if possible. The president......
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Treeline launches cashew cream cheese | 2020-03-18

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KINGSTON, NY. — Treeline Treenut Cheeses, a subsidiary of The Gardener Cheese Co., is entering the cream cheese category with a new line of cashew cream cheeses in plain, chive and onion, and strawberry varieties. Made with eight ingredients or fewer, the products draw on traditional dairy cheesemaking methods by......
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Slideshow: Ice cream and frozen dessert innovation | 2020-03-18

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KANSAS CITY — The North American ice cream and frozen dessert market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 2.83% to reach $21.62 billion by 2025, according to market research company Mordor Intelligence. Growing demand for plant-based frozen desserts is the key factor driving the segment. “Due to rising......
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USDA works to ensure school meal programs continue during pandemic | 2020-03-18

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WASHINGTON — To ensure input from stakeholders involved with supplying essential meals to children in the public school systems throughout the country is considered, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) is extending the comment period for proposed reforms to rules on school meals. The proposed reforms, which were announced on......
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Cece’s Veggie Co. introduces Cauli & Cheese | 2020-03-17

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AUSTIN, TEXAS — Cece’s Veggie Co. is pumping up its plant-based product portfolio with new Cauli & Cheese, a heat-and-eat, better-for-you alternative to macaroni and cheese. Certified gluten-free and keto-friendly, the dish is made from organic cauliflower cut into bite-size pieces paired with a creamy cheddar cheese sauce. Each 9.6-oz......
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Coronavirus effects will ripple widely through food sector | 2020-03-17

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KANSAS CITY — The unfolding impact of the novel coronavirus on public health and the global economy has been dramatic. Reaction to the virus by public and private entities will have a significant short-term impact on some sectors of the food and beverage industry as it spreads in the United States and......
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Innovation tips from fast-growing startups | 2020-03-17

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CHICAGO — The Chicagoland Food and Beverage Network gathered Feb. 13, at Fifty Gazelles, a Chicago-based innovation company that specializes in fast-to-market commercialization of packaged goods. Attendees listened to a panel of three executives who previously worked for large companies and now are involved in fast-moving startups. “We’re better together,”......
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Coronavirus requires quick shifts by H&S Bakery | 2020-03-17

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BALTIMORE — “This is uncharted territory. We are learning as we go.” John (JR) Paterakis Jr., co-principal and senior vice-president of sales and marketing at H&S Bakery, Inc., Baltimore, said the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has triggered a major surge in supermarket business, a slump in foodservice business and difficult distribution......
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McDonald’s names new global chief people officer | 2020-03-17

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CHICAGO – Heidi Capozzi has joined McDonald’s Corp. as executive vice president and global chief people officer, effective April 13. In this role, Ms. Capozzi will oversee the company’s global human resources operations, including corporate employee relations, diversity and inclusion, total rewards and talent management, among other areas. She will be......
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McDonald’s eliminates seating, self-serve beverages | 2020-03-17

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CHICAGO — To go is the only way to get a meal at company-owned McDonald’s Corp. stores in the United States starting March 17. The nation’s largest quick-service restaurant chain has eliminated seating areas, the use of self-serve beverage bars and kiosks. The company will only serve meals through drive-thru,......
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Shopper trends – Adapting to the new normal | 2020-03-17

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KANSAS CITY — Altered consumer purchasing behaviors in the wake of the spreading coronavirus outbreak has food and beverage manufacturers as well as retailers scrambling to keep pace with the changes. While much focus has been on cleaning and personal care products, some food categories have experienced significant growth, and......
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Food industry braces for coronavirus impacts | 2020-03-17

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KANSAS CITY — The food industry is bracing for major adjustments as concerns over the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) grow. While the full extent of the outbreak’s impact remains uncertain, labor and supply chain disruptions are major areas of focus. A surge in sales of shelf-stable foods and beverages......
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New Hope cancels plans for rescheduled Expo West | 2020-03-17

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ANAHEIM, CALIF. — New Hope Network will not move forward with hosting a rescheduled Natural Product Expo West event in Anaheim, Calif., in 2020. Resources will instead go toward Natural Product Expo East, scheduled to take place in Philadelphia Sept. 23-26, the event organizer said. This year will mark the......
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Comet Bio joins AB InBev’s 100+ accelerator | 2020-03-17

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SCHAUMBURG, ILL. — Healthy ingredients manufacturer Comet Bio is joining Anheuser-Busch InBev’s 100+ Accelerator to pilot technology on brewers’ grain. AB InBev created the accelerator program last year to partner with sustainability-focused companies on challenges including smart agriculture, water stewardship, circular economy and climate action. Participating companies receive support, mentorship......

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