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Pandemic or not, consumers have an appetite for sweet snacks
The snack industry is seeing inflation, so you may have to pay a higher price for those cupcakes.
Food companies are banking on our urge to snack
Processed food has been going out of fashion for years, but healthy snacks are driving up sales for old-school food companies like the Campbell Soup Co.
Ferrero seeks more U.S. shelf space with Kellogg deal
The Italian company — maker of global staple, Nutella — is buying several cookie and snack brands from Kellogg Co., which is trying to focus on other hit brands, like Cheez-It crackers. The deal will give Ferrero more visibility in snack aisles across the U.S. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Nestle will ditch its U.S. candy business next year
If you’re a fan of Butterfinger or Crunch bar or Raisinets or any of the dozens of candies that Nestle makes, your sweet tooth may soon be beholden to a new owner. Swiss food giant Nestle is getting out of the U.S. candy business by the first quarter of next year, selling its confectionery holdings […]
So how's the lawyer/food blogger economy looking?
He and his wife are comfortable but chipping away at their student debt.
Why do snack companies always change their packaging?
Hint: they want you to buy more snacks.
Wheat Thins go on a diet
Wheat Thins are getting 14 percent thinner, and it says a lot about how we snack.
What's the military doing in our food?
A new book investigates how the military influences the way we eat.
Kellogg's snacks on Pringles
The cereal giant will pay $2.7 billion for the chips in the cardboard tube. Pringles gives Kellogg's a bigger stake in the after-breakfast market. But why such a high price?