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Kellogg's new cereal cafe will be five times the size of its original one. Pic: Kellogg

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Kellogg to open cereal café in New York City

By Douglas Yu

Kellogg will open its permanent cereal café in New York City’s Union Square neighborhood on December 14, 2017, after experiencing its first year of ‘success’ in Times Square.

FOOD VISION USA 2017: ‘You can’t create authenticity from a focus group’

Can big food still innovate?

FOOD VISION USA 2017: ‘You can’t create authenticity in a focus group’

By Elaine Watson

Will big food companies increasingly buy in innovation and serve as scale up platforms for more 'authentic' small brands they didn’t create, or can they make their legacy brands resonate with new generations of consumers? Here’s what we learned...

FDA promises menu labeling guidance as NYC agrees to delay enforcement

FDA promises menu labeling guidance as NYC agrees to delay enforcement

By Elizabeth Crawford

Two weeks after FDA filed a court document siding with industry’s effort to block New York’s controversial menu labeling law, the agency’s new head said the administration will soon issue compliance guidance for a similar federal law set to go into effect...

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: What does it take to win a pitch slam?

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: What does it take to win a pitch slam?

By Elizabeth Crawford

For time-strapped entrepreneurs who are brave enough to take the stage, competing in pitch-slams is a good way to secure funding, meet potential business partners and weave a network of supporters who can help shine a spotlight on them without investing...

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Summer Fancy Food Show

Manufacturers use quinoa for added nutrition, texture, color and function

By Elizabeth Crawford

Manufacturers have long-embraced quinoa for its many nutritional benefits, but at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City in late June it became apparent that increasingly they also are incorporating the ingredient into their products for other reasons,...

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Summer Fancy Food Show

Coffee breaks free from mugs to enter new categories in new formats

By Elizabeth Crawford

While many Americans consider coffee a must have beverage in the morning, innovators showcasing products at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City in late July demonstrated that coffee is not restricted to mugs.

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