Sales Of Flowers Foods Surged By Around 5% During Third Quarter

Reportedly, the sales of Flowers Foods, Inc. for the third-quarter surpassed the expectations and surged to all-time highs. As a result of the robust top-line performance, Flowers changed its full-year sales forecast slightly more from its previous projections. The net income in the third quarter ended on October 5 was about $43,358,000, which…

TerraCycle And Gerber Launches Baby Food Packaging Recycling Program

Reportedly, Gerber—which is the leader in childhood nutrition—has collaborated with international recycling firm TerraCycle to help in presenting hard-to-recycle baby food packaging a fresh impetus. The two firms share values concerning eradicating waste and support the revival of tough to recycle baby food packaging on a nationwide scale. The contribution in the program…

In A Bid To Settle A Lawsuit, Kellogg Is Paying $20 Million

Kellogg settled its 2016 class action court case and agreed to pay approximately $20 Million for the same. Reportedly, the company was charged for erroneously advertising that a few of its cereals are nutritious and healthy, but added sugar was present in these products. In order to settle this case, the firm confirmed…

UMN Researchers Are Striking To Make Food Shelves Healthier

The University of Minnesota (UMN) has entered into a partnership with Lakeview HealthPartners and Valley Outreach Food Shelf wherein their basic goal is to help transform the shelves filled with ready-made foods to a more healthy option. The current research shows that people generally do not choose healthy stuff to be stacked on…

Study Links Consumption Of Dairy Products With Elevated Prostate Cancer Risk

High intake of dairy products like cheese and milk can result in an enhanced possibility of developing prostate cancer, as per a literature review by the researchers from Mayo Clinic. Though scientists recognized no evident connection of amplified prostate cancer risk with intake of white and red meat, processed fish or meat, they…