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  • B&G Foods Completes Acquisition Of Back To Nature Foods Company

    B&G Foods, Inc. (NYSE:BGS) announced that effective today it has completed the acquisition of Back to Nature Foods Company, LLC, a leader in the better-for-you snack foods category, from Brynwood Partners VI L.P., Mondelēz International and certain other entities and individuals for approximately $162.5 million in cash, subject to customary closing and post-closing working capital adjustments. B&G Foods expects the acquisition to be immediately accretive to its earnings per share and free cash flow

  • The Riverside Company To Acquire Parker Products

    Parker Products, a leading provider of inclusions and other specialty ingredients for the baking, dairy, beverage, confectionery, RTE and snack, and foodservice industries, is entering into a partnership with The Riverside Company. Riverside, a global private equity firm, will acquire Parker this month

  • Epson ColorWorks C7500 First Color Label Printer Certified By Applied Data Corporation (ADC)

    Epson America today announced the ColorWorks® C7500 is the first color label printer to be certified by Applied Data Corporation (ADC), a leading provider of fresh item, recipe management, and scales management software to the grocery retail and food service industries

  • The Cheesecake Factory Opens In Kapolei, Hawaii

    The Cheesecake Factory , known for its extensive menu, generous portions and legendary desserts, today announced the opening of its newest restaurant in Kapolei, Hawaii. With more than 250 menu selections including nearly 50 lower calorie SkinnyLicious dishes and a “Super” Foods section – handmade, in-house with fresh ingredients – and more than 50 signature cheesecakes and desserts, The Cheesecake Factory’s opening provides exciting new choices for shoppers and area residents. Featuring imported limestone

  • Supercontinuum Lasers Can Lead To Better Bread And Beer

    Researchers from the Department of Food Science (FOOD) at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark are the first in the world to have analysed whole grains with long near-infrared wavelengths using a new type of light source, the supercontinuum laser.

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