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Grocery Briefs: January 2010

Sea Cliff, NY-based Robert’s American Gourmet Food, LLC, maker of Pirate’s Booty, announced an investment as well as a new name—Pirate Brands. Company founder...

Soymilk Switch Causes Suspicion

Broomfield, CO—WhiteWave Foods, which operates under Dallas, TX-based Dean Foods, has been under the microscope lately about the transition of its Silk soymilk from...

COOL Laws May Extend to Dairy

Last year, the Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) requirements went into effect, mandating country of origin labeling of meats, produce and nuts. Now, these...

Stir-Fry

Simply Asia debuts four single-use Stir-Fry flavors to spice up your meals at home. Toss in some veggies, meat, rice or noodles, then pour...

Meatless Chili

Eden Foods introduces a line of four meatless chilies in bisphenol-A free cans. These nutritious chilis are made with local organic family farm beans,...

Candy Canes

Pure Fun offers USDA-certified organic candy canes. These treats are sweetened with organic brown rice syrup (which has a lower glycemic index than high-fructose...

Sports Drink

Clif Bar & Company now offers four flavors of Clif Quench, a sports drink that is 88% organic with 11 grams of carbs. The...

Sweetening the Deal

Natural sweeteners satisfy a sweet tooth and your bottom line. The sweeteners category is ever evolving as consumers’ desires transition from low-/no-calorie sweeteners to low-carb...

Rise and Dine

  The mad dash from when your alarm clock goes off until you race to your car is no excuse to skip the best meal...

Dining Without Borders

It’s hard times in the ol’ USA and people are looking for ways to escape. What better way to do this than to take...

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