from washingtonpost.com: The corporate kings of sugary ketchup and processed cheese, under assault by consumers’ growing love for fresher cuisine, are making a major gamble to revive their fortunes in the face of the changing
from washingtonpost.com: The FBI has launched a probe into suspected insider trading activity that took place one day before H.J. Heinz announced that it would be acquired for $28 billion by a private investment consortium.
Plus, there’s no more pesky recycling! from chicagotribune.com: Packaged food makers are thinking outside the bottle and can. More to the point, they’re increasingly partial to pouches. Kitchen staples from Campbell Soup Co. and H.J.
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