Kellogg’s U.S. cookie, cracker bakeries earn Energy Star certification
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — Kellogg’s announced that seven of its U.S. cookie and cracker bakeries have earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star certification.
The seven Kellogg’s facilities represent more than half of the 13 EPA-recognized U.S. cookie and cracker bakeries from multiple companies.
The certification builds on Kellogg’s commitment to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by 15% to 20% by 2015.
Chips Ahoy! takes the fudge route
EAST HANOVER, N.J. — Chips Ahoy! is getting a chocolate makeover.
The brand has introduced its fudge-filled chocolate chip cookies called Chewy Gooey that will be available in two varieties. The Chewy Gooey Chocofudge variety features a soft chocolate chip cookie made with real chocolate chips filled with a layer of smooth and creamy fudge, while the Chewy Gooey Megafudge variety is a soft, brownie-like chocolate chip cookie with real white chocolate chips and filled with a layer of smooth and creamy fudge.
Chips Ahoy! Chewy Gooey cookies are available in stores nationwide this month.
Activate teams up with Nourish America
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — Enhanced vitamin beverage Activate has partnered with Nourish America to provide daily essential nutrition to pregnant moms in need.
For every bottle of Activate purchased from June 1 to July 31, the brand will make a donation to provide a day’s worth of nutrition to a woman and baby in need, as part of the Buy One, Feed Two campaign.
To learn more about the Nourish America program and Activate, visit Activatedrinks.com.