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What's new in the dairy aisle in June? Product launch round-up

What's new in the dairy aisle in June? Product launch round-up

By Jim Cornall and Mary Ellen Shoup

DairyReporter takes its monthly look at some of the products and variants that launched in June. If you have a new product that you'd like included, or know of a new product anywhere in the world we should consider for inclusion in our monthly gallery,...

Snack Attack featured independently owned, small batch, and handmade brands.

Snack Attack 2016

What's hot at Snack Attack 2016?

By Douglas Yu

Seasonal flavors, premium and free-from health trends continue to dominate the snack industry, according to the latest annual Snack Attack showcase hosted in New York City.The 16 brands who presented at the Editor Showcase event displayed their newest...

Several sizes of Neilson partly skimmed chocolate milk on sale in Ontario and Quebec have been recalled.

Neilson partly skimmed chocolate milk recall

By Jim Cornall

Canadian dairy company Saputo is expanding its recall of partly-skimmed chocolate milk in Ontario and Quebec due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

Soylent CEO Rob Rhinehart: 'We have a very diverse customer base across all income brackets'

Soylent debuts on Amazon Launchpad: 'We are growing very rapidly'

By Elaine WATSON

Soylent will debut this week on Amazon Launchpad as the Los Angeles-based start-up seeks to expand the audience for its ‘neutral-tasting’ but ‘nutritionally complete’ beverages and explore moves into a broader range of products.

New products in the dairy aisles for May

New products in the dairy aisles for May

By Jim Cornall

DairyReporter takes a look at some of the products and variants that launched in May. If you have a new product that you'd like included, or know of a new product anywhere in the world we should consider for inclusion in our monthly gallery, we'd...

The service helps retailers shift more than 1.3 million products each month, that would likely have gone unsold otherwise. © Zéro-Gâchis

SPOTLIGHT ON START-UPS

Waste-zapping app looks for new retail partners

By Niamh Michail

Helping retailers shift over 1.3 million products that would have been wasted otherwise is just the first step for French company, Zéro-Gâchis, which has set its sights on expanding to Spain, Belgium and beyond.

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