A program at The Culinary Institute of America to feed the hungry of the Hudson Valley has proven so successful among the college's faculty and students that it has expanded from once-a-week delivery to three days each week.
General Mills released its 2018 Global Responsibility Report, outlining the company’s approach to creating environmental, social and economic value in the countries where it operates. The progress made by General Mills in 2017 demonstrates the company’s long-term commitment to protect and restore the resources upon which its business and communities depend, with an increased focus on improving the resiliency of its supply chain.
Chowbotics appointed Warren Manzer Vice President of Foodservice Sales. In his role, Warren will be responsible for selling the company’s products to cafeterias, convenience stores, and restaurants.“I’m excited to begin a new chapter of my career at Chowbotics,” says Warren.
Beyond Meat announced Wednesday that the Beyond Sausage, the world’s first plant-based sausage, will now be available at all Whole Foods Market locations nationwide. Just in time to kick off grilling season, consumers can purchase four-link packs of the sausage that sizzles in each mouthwatering, heart-healthy flavor: Original Bratwurst, Hot Italian and Sweet Italian.
LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc., a leading U.S. equipment leasing and finance company and subsidiary of People’s United Bank, N.A., announced the promotion of Michelle Speranza to Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer.
Silicona announced the establishment of its subsidiary company in the US, Silicona LLC, since March 2018. Now with new offices in San Antonio, Texas and a Distribution Center in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, the company can deliver to anywhere in the United States and Canada.
Franke Foodservice Systems, a global provider of kitchen equipment and supplies solutions based in Smyrna, Tennessee, announced its plans for key leadership changes that will become effective on January 1, 2019.
A newly formed group of leading foodservice manufacturers and operators will be gathering in Chicago this year to identify the most efficient, effective ways to develop new food offerings in the foodservice industry.
Coffee Flour—a sustainable global impact food—announced the appointment of food and beverage industry veteran Tom Clemente as CEO. Bringing decades of relevant experience to the team, including executive leadership roles at multinational companies, including Starbucks, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Smith Tea Makers.
The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board has a new name—Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW). This initiative represents a new strategic mission, vision and identity more firmly aligning the efforts of Wisconsin's dairy farmers to expand growth opportunities domestically and around the world.
Kurt Myers was elevated to president and Chief Executive Officer effective March 1, when he assumed full responsibility leading the development and execution of the Company’s long term strategy with a view to creating shareholder value.
Sheetz, one of America’s fastest growing family-owned and operated convenience store chains for over 65 years, announce plans to hire more than 2,500 employees company-wide. Recently named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by Fortune and Great Place to Work, Sheetz will hold open interviews for full-time and part-time positions starting on April 11th at all of its 568 locations.
Chef/Owner Anna Bran-Leis announced fresh additions to her daily menu at Taqueria del Barrio (821 Upshur Street NW; 202-723-0200), setting the stage for the approaching Cinco de Mayo holiday. Whether enjoying at one of the restaurant’s sunny sidewalk tables, at the horseshoe bar, or in either of the restaurant’s two colorful dining rooms, spring flavors abound on the plate and across the cocktail menu.
Parker Products, a leading provider of inclusions and other specialty ingredients for the baking, dairy, beverage, confectionery, foodservice, and RTE and snack industries, is holding a grand opening ceremony for its new manufacturing facility in Fort Worth on April 18, 2018.
Impossible Foods announced the successful closing of about $114 million in convertible note financing.The food technology startup has raised approximately $214 million in the past 18 months for a total venture funding of about $396 million since the company’s founding, according to documents filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.