Post Holdings CEO rings NYSE opening bell
NEW YORK — Executives and guests of Post Holdings visited the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the spinoff from parent company Ralcorp Holdings on Tuesday.
As part of the celebration, Post Holdings CEO William Stiritz rang the opening bell.
As reported, the cereal maker now is a publicly-traded standalone company. It will trade under the ticket symbol "POST."
Pacific Natural Foods adds organic bisques to lineup
TUALATIN, Ore. — Pacific Natural Foods’ ready-to-eat soups line has expanded to include four organic bisques.
Pacific said its portfolio now features organic hearty tomato bisque, organic roasted red pepper and tomato bisque, organic cashew carrot ginger bisque and organic butternut squash bisque. The company said each gluten- and soy-free bisque features chunks of vegetables. The cashew carrot ginger bisque also is dairy free.
The new line carries a suggested retail price range of $3.29 to $3.49 for 17.6-oz. container.
Stouffer’s highlights Sautes for Two line with new program
SOLON, Ohio — Stouffer’s has launched a new campaign that encourages couples to use the brand’s Sautes for Two line to reconnect.
The 6-week "Put the Two Back in Tuesdays" program, the brand said, will be rewarding Stouffer’s Facebook fans with weekly, downloadable coupons to try one of the meals from the Sautes for Two collection, and also will provide tips and hints on how to make Tuesdays extraordinary. Fans can begin downloading coupons starting with additional discounts available to Sautes for Two fans, Stouffer’s said.
"At Stouffer’s, we believe in the power of dinner and the meaningful connections that happen when you make the time to share a meal with someone you care about," Stouffer’s director Kelly Malley saod. "We’re hoping that with our ‘Put the Two Back in Tuesdays’ program, we’ll motivate couples to take time and enjoy a truly delicious meal that they can prepare quickly so they’ll have more time to enjoy each other’s company."