Jan. 10 was a busy day for packaged food rivals The Kellogg Co. and General Mills as both unveiled their product portfolio plans for the new year. New products, new varieties and new takes on old favorites featured heavily in both companies' portfolios, as did an emphasis on snacking.
General Mills' upcoming product rollouts span several of the company’s brands and include Annie’s organic popcorn, Yoplait Custard, Nature Valley Granola Cups. The full line includes:
Meanwhile, the Kellogg Co. will launch more than 50 new products in 2017. The products include Special K Nourish granola, Pop-Tarts coffee-inspired toaster pastries, Cheez-it Duoz Bacon & Cheddar crackers and Eggo waffles and breakfast sandwiches made without artificial flavors and colors. The full line up includes:
Uber launched grocery delivery services under its Eats Pass and Uber Eats programs, reported Tech Crunch (July 7). The company launched in 19 cities in Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, and Peru, with plans to expand into the U.S. market in Miami and Dallas later in July.read more
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