A day before the U.S. faces Belgium in the World Cup, the Waffle House, a Georgia-based restaurant, announced on its Twitter account that they, "...don't believe in Belgium waffles." When asked for its opinion on Belgian waffles, the company responded: "We dominate them."
Bitty Foods makes food products based on cricket flour. Founder Megan Miller says the flour is sustainable and high in protein. The flour is made up of crickets that have been dry roasted and ground up into a fine powder and put into food products, such as cookies.
Livability.com named the Top 10 Foodie Cities of 2014 by analyzing data about how frequently families eat at locally owned restaurants and how much the average resident spends eating out, as well as access to healthy foods like fruits, vegetables and quality meat.
Company's single piston filler/depositor, for the baking and food industry, has large port openings to permit filling of chunky ingredients without crushing.
The former Hostess Brands bakery plant in Biddeford, Maine is for sale for $8.45 million. Flower Foods acquired the bakery last year after Hostess filed for bankruptcy and laid off 370 employees. The company is selling the plant and eight other bakeries in the US.
Wally Amos, the Hawaii man who in the 1980s lost ownership of his Famous Amos cookie company, is reinventing his brand yet again. Amos debuted his latest push for a retail rebound this month at Ala Moana Center in Honolulu under the name The Cookie Kahuna.
The plant at Rutgers Food Innovation Center is the first university-affiliated pilot site for Pinnacle. The collaboration will enable Pinnacle to increase its R&D capabilities, scale up learnings for commercialization and further support brand renovation.
Cookies are the number one choice for moments of me-time, with over a third of their consumption in the US being driven by the desire to unwind. A report by Canadean reveals that familiar tastes evoke happy childhood memories. What's your pick-me-up food?
Product is designed for use as the inside sealant web for the packaging of bakery items, salty snacks, cookies, crackers, granola, fruit and nut mixes and confections.
Colorado pot regulators unveiled a plan Wednesday with industry representatives and scientists on refining Colorado's rules on testing and labeling foods and drinks infused with pot. Regulators are looking to tighten the rules for edible marijuana products.
Panera's "Food Policy" underscores how positioning foods as natural has become a marketing advantage, regardless of whether it brings nutritional benefits. The U.S. chain of bakery cafes is making the pledge to remove all artificial ingredients.
Krispy Kreme, a well-known doughnut chain headquarted in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, took a hit in aftermarket trading after the company cut its outlook for the year. Shares of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. dropped 9 percent to $17.14 in aftermarket trading.
Demand for sorghum syrup has doubled during the last five years, says James Baier, executive secretary of the National Sweet Sorghum Producers and Processors Association, rising so fast that some of his members have begun running out before the new season starts.
Otis Spunkmeyer, known for their cookies, muffins and other baked goods, closed their Export, Penn., plant on Tuesday. The work will be moved to four other U.S. bakeries that are controlled by Aryzta AG, Spunkmeyer's Swiss parent company since 2006.
For the first time since 2011, potato chips will be cooked in Waterford, Pennsylvania. Plans to open the potato chip plant by the end of summer are in the works. The company is moving ahead quickly with plans for the former Troyer Farms plant in Waterford Township.
Yes, it's the world's most lavish donut, created by none other than Krispy Kreme. Ingredients include gold, "edible diamonds" and Dom Pérignon vintage 2002 champagne jelly. Imagine what an office star you'd be if you brought in a dozen of these!
Bakery manufacturers can portion a smooth flow directly from the depositor with this product. No heavy lifting is required. Ideal for batters, fillings, mousse, icing and sauce.
Thousands of new confectionery and snack foods were revealed May 20–22 during the 2014 Sweets & Snacks Expo in Chicago. The expo featured the hottest new products from 650 companies. Trends include ancient grains, coconut and bacon flavors.
Experts from the Suncoast Rehab Center in Florida say access to marijuana-infused foods should be reduced for the good of the public health. They say eating these edibles can trap consumers into overdosing on THC, the active chemical in marijuana.
PACK EXPO International 2014 plans are underway to discuss the world of baking and snack manufacturers. The show will connect professionals with solutions from thousands of exhibitors. On-floor education sessions will be present throughout the show.
New trends in the candy and snack industries are being revealed at this year's Expo in Chicago. Over 650 companies are featured. Everything from ancient grains to super foods to coconut and bacon are changing the face of the snacking industry.
Food fan favorite Nutella, the famed hazelnut spread, is fifty years old today. What better way to celebrate than collaborating with another foodie obsession, cronuts. The free Nutella cronut holes available in NYC are probably delicious history by now.
If adopted, the initiative by Oregon GMO Right to Know would require food manufacturers, retailers and suppliers to label raw and packaged foods produced entirely or partially by genetic engineering. The measure would not apply to food served in restaurants.
Online researcher Buzzback conducted a study to decipher the details around consumers' use of gluten-free products. From reasons for eating gluten-free foods, to demographics and brands, this infographic paints a holistic picture of an oft-misunderstood market.
Rising food and gas costs pushed April consumer prices to 10-month highs. Food prices jumped 0.4 percent for the third straight month, driven by the largest increase in the cost of meat in 10 years. Produce costs rose amid ongoing drought in California.