PepsiCo's Be & Cheery Acquisition Targets Online Snacks Growth in China
February 25, 2020
This weekend, PepsiCo, Inc. announced that it had agreed to acquire Hangzhou Haomusi Food Co., Ltd. ('Be & Cheery'), one of the largest online snacks companies in China, from Haoxiangni Health Food Co., Ltd. ('Haoxiangni') for USD 705 million.
Potato Production in China to rebound this marketing year
January 01, 2018
According to a GAIN-report prepared by the USDA staff in Beijing, China’s fresh potato production in marketing year 2017-2018 is forecast at 97 million metric tons, a five percent increase from the estimated 92 million metric tons in the previous year.
Food Processing and Packaging Solutions Provider tna adds Shanghai Office to its China operations
November 17, 2017
tna - a leading global supplier of integrated food processing and packaging solutions - is pleased to announce the opening of TNA Solutions (Shanghai) Co. Ltd to provide local food manufacturers with on-the-ground support services.
New Kaida potato processing facilities include TOMRA Peelers and Sorters
April 26, 2017
In response to the 13th National Five-Year Plan, Kaida invested in two large agricultural product processing plants in Beijing and Inner Mongolia. For these (potato) processing plants Kaida selected one of TOMRA’s state-of-the-art steam peeling and optical sorting solutions.
PepsiCo to Partner with China's Ministry of Agriculture to Promote Sustainable Farming
September 19, 2011
PepsiCo, Inc. (NYSE: PEP) today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Agriculture of the People's Republic of China to promote sustainable agriculture projects and accelerate the development of the Chinese coun...
New ways to use packaging to connect to consumers
October 16, 2010
What do you get when you combine a consumer society that is increasingly mobile, global, and “linked in,” one that demands the delivery of data to their fingertips 24/7, with packaged goods producers clamoring to differentiate themselves on and off the shelf?