IRVINE, CALIFORNIA – Many well-known brand leaders in food categories have degraded ingredients and changed formulas, leaving openings for newcomers. Enter Good Culture cottage cheese. For cottage cheese fans, store offerings in recent decades had become cheapened; not only dripping in a goop of watery liquid, but bland and milky.
Goodbye, frozen vegetable brick. In spite of the recent explosion in frozen foods, changing consumer habits have meant the loss of one of the best known types of frozen food, the frozen food block. In the photo above, the sole remaining frozen vegetable brick at a Super Target is spinach,
SIMPSONVILLE, KENTUCKY – There were once dozens of regional sausage brands. One standout among the independents still remaining is the Old Folks brand, founded in 1944. Old Folks is actually the nickname for founder F. B. Purnell. Their archived website has a history of the brand: Old Folks was accustomed
LOCKPORT, N.Y., Crunch Time Apple Growers, a New York State-based cooperative of 152 fruit growers, continues to promote their breakthrough RubyFrost apple variety his fall. For 2021, they will deliver 175,000 bushels if these tart, crisp apples to supermarkets this season, a 35 percent increase. It is targeted to East
Minute Maid concentrate, the inventor of the category of frozen orange juice, is quietly disappearing from some grocery store frozen food sections, though it is still found at major grocery chains, including Walmart and Publix. The juice concentrate brand was once an essential component of almost every American freezer. While
NEW YORK – The revived Coney Island hot dog company and brand Feltman’s continues to expand its product line with the addition of its All-Natural Bratwurst. The company’s new bratwurst is a further extension of the growth of the brand, which was first established in 1867 by Charles Feltman, and
A roundup of recent brands in the news including Equal Sweetener, White House Detox, Yoplait Skittles and Doritos Classic Packaging. Equal Still Blue The sweetener Equal is showing a new design that looks much less clinical. The trademark light blue is still there, with a much friendlier approach. Equal, invented
NEW YORK – Campbell’s Soup has a new can design that looks updated, but still resembles that familiar and beloved kitchen staple that Americans love. “We’ve been on a journey to re-imagine this iconic brand and appeal to new generations of consumers who are cooking at home more than ever,