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BakeMark acquires Best Brands from CSM Bakery California-based BakeMark has acquired Best Brands from CSM Bakery Solutions.
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Cole's Quality Foods launches new stuffed bread snack Cole's Quality Foods has launched Middles, a new stuffed bread that combines savory, salty and sweet flavors into what it claims to be one revolutionary snack concept.
Processed Foods > Bakery & Cereals > News Impossible Foods starts production at Oakland facility in California, US Impossible Foods launched production at its 68,000ft² Oakland, California, production plant.
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Impossible Foods starts production at Oakland facility in California, US
Impossible Foods launched production at its 68,000ft² Oakland, California, production plant.
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Premier Foods renews Cadbury cake partnership with Mondelez
Premier Foods has entered into a strategic global partnership with Mondelēz to renew its license of producing and marketing Cadbury branded cakes and other ambient dessert products.
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Fenwick Brands invests in HannahMax Cookie Chips
By FBR Staff Writer
Private equity company Fenwick Brands has invested in California-based natural snack firm HannahMax Cookie Chips.
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Finsbury Food plans to close Grain D'Or bakery business
By FBR Staff Writer
UK-based bakery products manufacturer Finsbury Food Group is planning to close its Grain D'Or bakery business, putting around 250 jobs at risk.
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B&G Foods to buy Back to Nature Foods
By FBR Staff Writer
Shelf-stable and frozen foods manufacturer B&G Foods has agreed to acquire Back to Nature Foods for about $162.5m.
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