Post Foods has announced that as of January 2011, the company’s Fruity and Cocoa Pebbles cereal will have a lower sugar content — 9 g per serving.
The European Food Safety Authority has granted GlaxoSmithKline a positive opinion for a health claim related to its "toothkind" drinks, according to BeverageDaily.com, an online news service.
The philanthropic arm of Coca-Cola donated funds to 38 organizations that support water conservation, community recycling, active healthy living and education.
Jelly Belly is offering customers a new treat at store checkouts nationwide.
Two companies have united to address the increasing popularity of fish tacos.
Ken's Foods will utilize all-plastic pallets with embedded radio frequency identification tags developed by Intelligent Global Pooling Systems, iGPS announced.
Kroger recalled select packages of pet food sold in some of its retail stores because the products may contain aflatoxin, a naturally occurring toxic chemical byproduct from the growth of a certain fungus.
A certified gluten-free crackers brand has gained retail distribution in Walmart Supercenter stores.
Tropicana is rolling out a new product for kids.
Yogurt brand Dannon agreed to drop what government officials are calling "exaggerated health claims" for two of its products.