Chobani Gears Up for Expansion
Market leader Chobani has grown from nothing to a billion-dollar yogurt brand in just a handful of years. With a huge new cash infusion, they have their sights lined up on more.
The Most Popular Cereals in America (2013)
Honey Nut Cheerios is still the best-selling cereal in America. The full Top 10 of 2013 are presented here.
GMO-Free Can’t Slow Cheerios’ Decline
Eliminating GMO ingredients in Cheerios has not been enough to stem the brand’s declining sales, which are falling along with the entire cereal category.
Diet Sodas Losing Their Appeal
Diet sodas, once thought to be an industry savior, are declining in popularity even faster than traditional sodas as consumers grow increasingly wary of artificial sweeteners.
SNAP: A Food Stamps Primer
45 million Americans receive “food stamp” (SNAP) benefits, yet the program — and the food-purchasing behavior of low-income consumers is not well understood. The data is revealing.
Next Step for Organic: Priced for the Masses
Sales growth in organic and “natural” food has far out-paced conventional food, but high prices are still a barrier to some consumers. Wal-Mart wants to change that.
“Quirky” Trader Joe’s Riding High
Trader Joe’s small-footprint stores filled with inexpensive, high-quality products are driving strong financial growth and consumer loyalty.
Is 0.3% Pomegranate Juice Still “Pomegranate Juice”?
The makers of Pom are suing Coca-Cola over a “Pomegranate Blueberry” juice that contains only trace amounts of each fruit.