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From quinoa and dark chocolate to mixed nuts and real fruit pieces, Kellogg Canada debuted new products featuring real, visible ingredients and appealing flavors to meet the needs of Canadian consumers.

Ahold USA has partnered with RangeMe in an effort to source more women-owned and minority-owned businesses; Sephora aims to reinforce its commitment to finding ground-breaking products.

The move marks the re-unification of all Land O'Lakes Dairy businesses under one executive in a new position for the company.

Annie's Popcorn

General Mills has tailored its 2017 new-product lineup to capitalize on what the consumer packaged goods company see as "a dramatic rise in snacking around the globe as consumers adapt their eating habits to increasingly busy lifestyles."

Well Yes cans

Campbell Soup Co. gave a nod to healthier living and marketing transparency this month by launching a new line of ready-to-serve soups called Well Yes!

Providing a better experience for grocery shoppers could lead to stronger loyalty for retailers in 2017, according to one veteran industry watcher.

The Hershey Company announced that executive vice president and chief operating officer Michele Buck will succeed the retiring John P.

Mondelēz International’s Oreo is piloting a more flexible, agile supply chain model this holiday season that lets it have more direct interaction with shoppers.

What will the future of nutrition look like? Cargill has built two new research facilities to help envision the answer.

PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi will join a 19-person business forum created by President-elect Donald Trump.

These seven consumer goods companies outpaced the competition through equal parts acquisition and innovation.

As they head into 2017, are consumer brands thinking about how their product offerings contribute to grocery shoppers’ positive experiences?

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