Plant-based foods and beverages co-manufacturer SunOpta continues to see strong growth across its plant-based milks portfolio especially in oatmilk, which is growing at more than twice the rate of the broader oatmilk segment.
The “huge bet” SunOpta has placed on oatmilk through an aggressive series of investments in production capacity “has absolutely paid off,” says CEO Joe Ennen as the firm gears up to open a new aseptic production facility in Midlothian, Texas and expand...
SunOpta has struck a deal to sell its Tradin global ingredients business to Amsterdam-based global commodity trading co Amsterdam Commodities N.V. (‘Acomo’) for €330m ($390m) as it lays out its vision to become “a high-growth, plant-based company.”
With oatmilk muscling ahead of soymilk to become the #2 player in the plant-based milk category, SunOpta is aggressively building capacity to meet growing demand, with a new oat extraction facility in Alexandria, Minnesota, due to come online in the fourth...
Clif, Nature Valley, Quaker and Spitz are among brands that have pulled snack products from US store shelves in the past 24 hours after ingredients supplier SunOpta extended its recall of sunflower seeds potentially contaminated with a bacteria that causes...
Canadian natural and organics group SunOpta has introduced a new rice fiber ingredient made from rice hulls, which the company says allows formulators to add clean label fiber without the bulk of rice bran.
Canadian natural and organics group SunOpta has reported a 25% increase in sales compared to Q3 last year but lower profits, citing higher commodity costs, which hit its sunflower business in particular.
Canadian natural and organics group SunOpta has reported a surge in operating income to C$11.8m in the second quarter of 2010, up from C$4.6m the previous year, reflecting continued interest in natural and organic foods, the company said.
Canadian natural ingredients company SunOpta has clinched a deal to
begin construction of a new organic and natural oil refinery in
Colorado in a joint venture with Colorado Mills - in spite of its
financial and legal worries.