A custom component manufacturer adds sustainable storage capabilities

MACEDON, New York. — Specialty ingredients manufacturer Baldwin Richardson Foods has completed the acquisition of assets from Aseptic Solutions USA Ventures LLC. The acquisition expands the company’s aseptic beverage manufacturing capabilities for shelf-stable, preservative-free products. The agreement also accelerates Baldwin Richardson’s strategy to become a full portfolio liquid products supplier. “Baldwin Richardson Foods is committed … Read more

General Mills is looking to restore unit volume growth

MINNEAPOLIS — Even as the company posts higher profits amid expanding margins, General Mills, Inc. is determined to restore sales growth in its North American retail segment, company executives said. “As we move into fiscal 2024, we want to return not only to a rising dollar, but also to a rising pound,” said Jonathon J. … Read more

Arrested in Wyoming Planned Abortion Clinic Fire

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – A woman has been arrested in Wyoming for setting fire to a building being renovated to house the state’s only full-service abortion clinic, authorities said Wednesday. Lorna Roxanne Green, 22, of Casper, was arrested Tuesday, police said. The fire broke out on May 25, 2022, at a stucco home in Casper, … Read more

Ethisphere recognizes Kellogg, PepsiCo for ethical practices

PHOENIX — The Ethisphere Institute has announced that Grupo Bimbo SAB de CV, Kellogg Co. and PepsiCo, Inc. named some of the 135 companies that excel in ethical business practices in 2023. Ethisphere has spent the better part of 17 years compiling lists of companies around the world that are committed to business ethics and … Read more

Five dead as Tanzania reports first Marburg virus outbreak | Health news

According to the WHO, three out of eight confirmed cases receive treatment, even when 161 contacts are being monitored. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Tanzania has confirmed eight cases of Marburg, a highly lethal viral hemorrhagic fever whose symptoms are largely similar to those of Ebola. The WHO said in a statement late … Read more

Pasta makers have been urged to break out of the ‘carbon-phobic’ headwinds of the past

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA. — In a fiery final speech as chairman of the National Pasta Association’s board of directors, Carl Zuanelli urged members to see opportunity in every challenge, move beyond the carb-phobic winds of the past and embrace the pasta-loving millennial generation. in the world’s largest pasta market and “to create many happy … Read more

FrieslandCampina has appointed a new CEO Food business news

AMERSFOORT, THE NETHERLANDS — Jan Derk van Carnebeek has been appointed CEO of Royal FrieslandCampina, effective June 1. Mr Van Karnebeek takes over from Hein Schumacher as CEO of the company from 2018, after Mr Schumacher took over at Unilever in May 2023. “We are pleased to welcome Jan Derk van Carnebeek as our new … Read more

A new CEO takes over at Starbucks

SEATTLE – Laxman Narasimhan has become chief executive officer of Starbucks, succeeding company founder Howard Schultz, and will join the company’s board of directors. Starbucks has named Mr. Narasimhan as the new CEO on September 1, 2022. “I am humbled to officially assume my role as Chief Executive Officer of Starbucks, leading our incredible team … Read more

Tonya has lost 115 pounds Black weight loss success

Transformation of the day. Tonya has lost 115 pounds improving his eating habits and exercising. Consistency and discipline were crucial to his success. Her mission in life is to help women walk in their power and live in alignment with their true purpose. Social media.Instagram: @Tonyadanewww.tiktok.com/@tonyadaneeWww.Fb.Com/Tonyadaneehttps://tonyadanee.com What was your motivation?I had a lot of stomach … Read more

Lack of hugs caused US fentanyl crisis, Mexican leader says

The president of Mexico has stated that US families are to blame for the fentanyl overdose crisis because they do not hug their children enough. MEXICO – Mexico’s president said Friday that US families are to blame for the fentanyl overdose crisis because they don’t hug their children enough. President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s comments … Read more