ARTICLES BY KARLA PARIS
How Cargill Plans To Help Feed The World
The company’s 2014 annual report focuses on solving problems with the global-food system in a world that is more urban, affluent, and populous.
Mars Commits $40 Million To UC Davis
With a focus on agriculture and consumer health, the partnership plans to create a new program — the Innovation Institute for Food and Health — to address global issues in the food industry
Mondelez International Tackles Sustainability, Safety, And Healthy Snacking
Snacking powerhouse is on target to meet its global Call For Well-Being.
Unilever Takes A Firm Stand Against Slaughtering Male Chicks
Consumer-goods giant vows to outwork the terrible animal-welfare record within the egg industry.
Cargill Makes Transactions Easy For Grain Customers
A distinctive, online-business solution is providing direct access and effortless business transactions for the company’s customers, putting grain contracts just an e-signature away
Smucker’s Makes A Sweet Deal With Acquisition Of Sahale Snacks
Using more than a century of food industry know-how, the jam and jelly maker is branching out into the snacks segment.
Cargill’s Risk-Assessment Tool Is Shaping Its Shrimp Farms’ Biosecurity
The company’s new tool is the next step in an effort to mitigate the effects of the bacteria vibrio.
Coca-Cola Makes A U-Turn On Vitaminwater Ingredients
The company’s Vitaminwater is losing market share, and according to consumers, this is due to Stevia— a low-calorie sweetener that leaves a metallic aftertaste. Coca-Cola has taken action to address this issue.
Campbell’s Cooks Up Exciting New Products For 2015
The famous soup maker has set a lofty goal: reaching $10 billion in sales growth over the next five years. The company’s first step is to launch nearly 200 new products next year
Cargill: Only Using Antibiotics To Treat Ill Livestock
Growth-promoting antibiotics are phased out of the company’s turkey brands in response to research and consumer feedback.