Hampton Creek Foods is housed in a garage-like space in San Francisco's tech-heavy South of Market neighborhood, but it isn't like most of its neighbors that develop software, websites and mobile-phone apps. Its mission is to find plant replacements for eggs.
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Can't find your favorite craft brew in your neighborhood? Get out your wallet. As craft brews gain an intense following, a black market bloomed in which opportunists sell for hundreds of dollars top-rated beers that are hard to find, in short supply, expensive or illegal to ship.
The order from administrative law judge Robert N. Spencer said Masterpiece Cakeshop in suburban Denver discriminated against a couple "because of their sexual orientation by refusing to sell them a wedding cake for their same-sex marriage."
Consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies are underestimating the e-commerce channel's growth potential and consequently may be missing out on a substantial market opportunity, according to the first of a two-part study, "Digital Commerce in the Supermarket Aisle."
Growers across California toiled last week to protect the state's prized $2 billion a year citrus industry and other key crops such as lettuce and avocados from the cold snap that engulfed the state, dropping temperatures to levels that can damage fruit and delay the harvest of greens.
Alaska is renewing an effort to secure a massive stockpile of emergency food supplies to be ready in case a major disaster cuts the state off from supply lines. Gov. Sean Parnell has promoted emergency preparations as part of a larger push to improve disaster readiness across Alaska.
A bankruptcy judge is allowing an eastern New Mexico peanut butter plant involved in a nationwide salmonella outbreak last year to resume limited operations. Sunland Inc. in Portales closed its doors and filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in October.
The annual meeting of American Crystal Sugar Co. highlighted the company's 40th year as a farmer-owned cooperative, but there was little cause for celebration among shareholders. Total grower payments are down more than $300 million in the last year.
Campbell Soup apologized for a tweet by its SpaghettiOs brand that marked the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks with a picture of its smiling mascot jauntily holding an American flag. The Twitter message asked followers to "Take a moment to remember #PearlHarbor with us."
From its bottle shape to its taste, color, labeling and even marketing, Champagne owes its uniqueness to a series of widows from the early 19th century who used the sometimes mysterious deaths of their husbands to enter the male-dominated business world.
A candy maker in Bennington, Vt., set out to create a record-breaking peanut butter cup. The colossal confection clocked in at nearly 230 pounds. The candy maker used 70 pounds of chocolate and 160 pounds of peanut butter to make the candy.
Today’s supply chains are becoming increasingly complex, creating unique challenges for the food industry. By harnessing the latest technology, food manufacturers can make their supply chains more efficient while improving product quality and safety.
Critical Cube is a shipping crate that allows shippers to move their LTL temperature-sensitive freight in a faster, more reliable dry van infrastructure.
The PTI Labeling System is designed to provide food processors with the ability to conform to GS-1 standards and be PTI compliant.
These innovative brushes and tools are designed to improve and raise the visibility of users' internal hygiene control, support HACCP compliance and make it easier to maintain hygiene regulations.
Economic activity in the manufacturing sector expanded in November for the sixth consecutive month, and the overall economy grew for the 54th consecutive month, say the nation’s supply executives in the latest Manufacturing ISM Report On Business.
Millennials, health-conscious shoppers and a shift in consumer palates set the stage for what's to come in the food world this year according to Supermarket Guru, Phil Lempert. For 2014, Lempert predicts that the most dramatic food changes will stem from the ever-changing consumer.
Health officials confirmed four cases tied to E. coli and 13 likely cases in people who last holiday season ate "cannibal sandwiches," an appetizer with raw, lean ground beef served on cocktail bread that is popular in Wisconsin. The dish has become less common recently as food-safety awareness has increased.
A possible World Trade Organization deal moved closer to approval Friday after a row over food subsidies was set aside following hours of global negotiations that went late into the night. The deal could boost global trade by $1 trillion and help revive the WTO's broader Doha Round of trade negotiations.
U.S. consumers increased their spending in October even though their wages and salaries barely increased, raising questions about how strong the economy will grow at the end of the year. Consumer spending increased 0.3 percent in October compared with September when spending rose 0.2 percent.
Kentucky's farm economy shifted into over-drive as a money maker this year, backed by robust equine, poultry and cattle markets and predictions of record grain yields that are putting total cash receipts on a rapid trajectory toward $6 billion, agricultural economists said Thursday.