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P&G Adds Beach Plastic to Supply Chain

The Procter & Gamble Company announced that its Head & Shoulders brand will produce the world’s first recyclable shampoo bottle made from up to 25% recycled beach plastic.

Kellogg Canada’s Newest Products Cater to Consumers

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.

First standardization, followed swiftly by automation, and now the era of intelligence. Today, AI is regarded as the next big thing in CPG technology.

Mattel, Inc. has tapped former Google executive Margaret Georgiadis as its next chief executive officer.

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.

Worldwide IT spending will grow 2.7% to $3.5 trillion in 2017, according to projections from Gartner, Inc. The latest forecast downgrades earlier projections of 3% growth for the year.

L’Oreal’s Research and Innovation Technology Incubator brings two companies together to provide beauty consumers with data to better care for their hair.

Under Armour’s newest system includes first recovery sleepwear line created in collaboration with Tom Brady, using bioceramics technology, to help athletes optimize rest and recovery.

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."

Accenture announced the acquisition of Altitude, a product design and innovation firm based in Boston.

As we kick off the new year and reflect on major trends impacting the industry, it’s impossible to deny that we’re at a critical turning point. Consumers rule our world, and capitalizing on the ever-changing needs of today’s digital consumer is key.

The introduction of a new line of hybrid smartwatches marks the beginning of multiple wearable innovations slated for 2017, all building momentum for the launch of the first Armani Exchange touchscreen smartwatch.

Kimberly-Clark and its Digital Innovation Lab has renewed a global call for open-source innovation to find new ways of connecting with digitally savvy consumers.

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