HelloFresh SE announced it has acquired Green Chef, the USDA-certified organic meal kit company. HelloFresh will now offer the largest selection of meal plans for consumers, adding Green Chef’s popular organic vegan and gluten-free menus, including those plans compliant with Paleo and Keto diets.
The CIA at Copia, The Culinary Institute of America’s newest venture in downtown Napa, presents Sustainable Seafood and Bay Area Watersheds as the next event in their series Conversations at Copia on April 7-8.
The Real Good Food Company, LLC announced the retail launch of Real Good Enchiladas, the second brand extension of their high protein chicken crust product line, which will be available nationwide at more than 1,200 Kroger & Kroger Family Stores including Kroger, Ralph’s, Fred Meyer, King Sooper, Smith’s, Dillon’s, QFC, and Baker’s from March 16th.
Taylor Freezer Sales Company announced its newest division in the foodservice program industry; Lainox Cooking Solutions-Mid Atlantic. The declaration is in tune with the revolutionary Naboo Combi Ovens, to be unveiled at a specially organized event "Technology That Cooks", at the American Culinary Federation Coastal Virginia Chapter Meeting to be held at the Culinary Institute of Virginia, 2428 Almeda Avenue, Norfolk, Va.
Among the almost 50,000 graduates of The Culinary Institute of America are standouts in every segment of the food world. This, of course, includes many names everyone knows from popular television cooking shows.
The National Restaurant Association announced the appointment of Roy Jackson as Executive Vice President of Development and Industry Relations. Jackson, a longtime industry executive with deep expertise in strategic account management, operations, and enterprise sales recently retired after more than 20 years in various leadership positions at the Coca-Cola Company.
The Manufacturing Institute will present a Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Award to Manufacturing Engineering Manager Lynn Graykowski from Welbilt, Inc.
Passport Food Group, a leading manufacturer and distributor of internationally flavored foods to foodservice and retail channels across North America, today announced that longtime strategic operations executive Michael Axelrod has been named the company’s new CEO.
Idaho, the U.S.’s top producing potato state since 1957, reached a new crop high in 2017. According to the US Department of Agriculture, the preliminary estimated value for the Idaho Potato crop is $1.
US Foods Holding Corp. announced the launch of its 2018 Spring Scoop, dedicated to highlighting 26 new products from the company's award-winning Serve Good program. Diners today care more than ever about the stories behind how their food is grown and raised.
Welbilt, Inc., a leading global provider of commercial foodservice equipment, announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100 percent of the shares of Avaj International Holding AB (“Crem International” or “Crem”), which is majority owned by private equity firms Priveq Investment Fund IV L.
Perdue Farms has installed a higher-welfare, Controlled Atmosphere Stunning (CAS) system at its Milford, Delaware, chicken harvesting plant. The move, celebrated by animal welfare advocates, is part of the company’s promise to convert all its operations away from shackling live, conscious animals and electrical stunning of chickens.
Rational North America, a leading manufacturer of combi technology, has announced its full-year 2017 results after a year of record growth and product launches. The company continued its successful performance, generating a 26 percent increase in year over year growth and capturing 45 percent market share within the combi oven category.
Regal Springs announced its partnership with Barton Seaver, seafood advocate, chef and Director of Sustainable Seafood and Health Initiative at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.“There is much marketplace confusion regarding seafood, and because of that fact, foodservice operators often lack the confidence to promote and actively encourage increased seafood consumption,” says Barton Seaver.
Today marks the debut of Hmart, a family-run supermarket chain specializing in Asian foods and products, in Austin, Texas. The store occupies a 68,670 square foot space near the Lakeline Mall in north Austin, about 20 minutes from downtown.