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Pringles Thanksgiving dinner chips (turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie flavoured) sell out in no time
Last Thanksgiving, Pringles® launched the Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner. This year, Pringles brought back the favorites from last year. Unfortunately supplies were (too) limited. They were all sold out after only 41 minutes.
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Major fire destroys snack factory of Agro Tech Foods in Unnao, Utar Pradesh
One of the snack factories of Agro Tech Foods limited, a subsidiary of Conagra Brands in India, was destroyed by fire Sunday.
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Pepsico to acquire UK chips company Pipers Crisps
PepsiCo has announced its intention to take over the UK based snack food company Pipers Crisps.
New Frito-Lay IMAG!NE Snack Brand offers parents snack options for their kids
Pepsico subsidiary Frito-Lay North America has launched a new snack brand in the United States, marketed to parents for their kids named Imag!ne
Destacado fabricante de papa frita duplica la velocidad de envasado y reduce la cantidad de residuos
La instalación de soluciones de envasado de alta velocidad de tna ha permitido a Pipers Crisps aumentar su productividad y mantener al mismo tiempo el más alto nivel de calidad del producto a través de una integridad mejorada del sellado.
Philippines lowers tax rate on potato import for chip manufacturers
A new order issued in the Philip[pines allows for the import of more potatoes at a low rate (3%), exclusively for use for the production of potato chips
Hippie Snacks Launches Cauliflower Crisps and Avocado Crisps in different flavours
Hippie Snacks, a Canadian company specializing in premium plant-based foods, has added two new products to its lineup: Cauliflower Crisps (in Original and Classic Ranch flavors) and Avocado Crisps (in the flavours Guacamole and Sea Salt).
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Pepsico to invest $5 million by 2020 to expand its sustainable farming programme in India.
Snacks and beverages manufacturer PepsiCo plans to invest $5 million by 2020 to expand its sustainable farming programme in India.
Tuesday, October 30, 2018