The items are part of the chain’s plans to become a snacking destination for people in their 20s. The Mexican-style chain plans to announce this week an expansion of its sweet treats menu, with the addition of churros and cookie sandwiches to its current lineup of cinnamon twists and caramel apple empanadas.
Horizon Milling today announced it will begin producing whole wheat flour at its facility in Kenosha later this fall. When the project is complete, Horizon Milling will have doubled its current overall whole wheat flour capacity.
Wegmans is recalling a batch of pumpkin rolls because the baked goods may contain pieces of clear plastic from the packaging. The western New York grocery chain says Wednesday it's undertaking the voluntary recall following complaints by customers.
Kellogg's appetite for salty snacks is helping fatten its profits. The world's biggest cereal maker — best known for its Frosted Flakes, Pop-Tarts and Eggo waffles — says its recent acquisition of Pringles chips boosted its net income in the third quarter.
This Halloween, Tastykake is joining forces with North America's largest chocolate manufacturer, The Hershey Company, to introduce a new treat that combines the "best of both worlds." New Kandy Bar Kakes are the perfect blend of cake and candy, made with real quality ingredients and featuring HERSHEY'S most popular flavors.
Kellogg Co. reaffirmed its full-year earnings guidance on Wednesday, saying that strong performance from its recently acquired Pringles brand offset costs for the anticipated costs a recent recall of Mini-Wheats cereal. The company, based in Battle Creek, Mich., is one of the nation's largest food makers with products ranging from Corn Flakes cereal to Keebler cookies.
Kellogg has initiated a voluntary recall due to the possible presence of fragments of flexible metal mesh from a faulty manufacturing part. Recalled products include only Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size Original and Mini-Wheats Unfrosted Bite Size with the letters KB, AP or FK before or after the Best If Used Before date.
Ice cream and frozen yogurt may soothe cravings for a frosty, sweet treat, but those craving something warm and savory might soon be munching on cheese and pepperoni in a cone. Vince Pettinicchio, CEO and managing director Quebec-based Aliments MSU Foods Canada Inc., said the pizza cone was a European fad which started four years ago.
Starbucks Corp. is testing a variety of toasty croissants and baked goods in nine San Francisco stores, with plans to eventually expand distribution nationally. Among the items being tested: a whole wheat spinach croissant, a ham and cheese croissant, and a tomato, cheese and herb croissant.
Private-label food producer Ralcorp is considering selling its remaining stake in its Post cereal business. Ralcorp Holdings Inc. completed a spinoff of Post Holdings Inc. earlier this year so that it could focus on its private-label foods business. Ralcorp has since acquired a string of smaller companies in an effort to build that core business.
Dunkin' Donuts says it will start using cage-free eggs in its breakfast sandwiches and eliminate "gestation crates" from its pork supply chain. The Canton, Mass.-based company said Wednesday that it will transition 5 percent of its eggs to cage-free by the end of next year; it did not set a timeline for completing the switch.
Profits at North Dakota's state-owned flour mill fell by half, to $8 million, during its last budget year, the mill's chief executive said Monday. Despite the drop, the Grand Forks mill's annual earnings rank as the third best in its history, said Vance Taylor, the mill's general manager.