The company is offering immunity-boosting ingredients like turmeric and green tea extract in the new lines as consumer interest in health and wellness grows.
The latest initiative by the chocolatier builds on its pledge to have all sustainable ingredients by 2025.
The British company that was the first to put the natural sweetener on the market is trying to increase capacity for the ingredient as need outpaces supply.
The clash speaks to the potential limits of marketing consumer brands around divisive social causes, particularly at a time when such issues are in the international spotlight.
The maker of popcorn and other offerings, which counts Hershey as an investor, has benefited from its focus on sustainability, transparency, traceability and the popularity of snacking.
The industry has been largely silent about threats the analogs may pose, with some poultry companies even dabbling in alternative products.
The recall, linked to the indoor hydroponic grower’s Rochelle, Illinois, greenhouse, includes leafy greens sold in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin.
U.S. soybean farmer encourages industry collaboration to support the future of farming and food.
The CPG giant will pilot the concept on up to a dozen products in North America or Europe starting this year, with plans to add them to all of its 75,000 products within five years.
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