DALLAS – The maker of Kleenex, Kotex and Huggies, the publicly traded Kimberly-Clark, celebrates its 150th anniversary this month. The company roots are in Wisconsin; their first sale was a stack of writing paper made from rags and linens at the Globe Mill in Neenah, Wisconsin on October 22, 1872.
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,
CLEVELAND – What was formerly the North American Coal Corporation has a new logo and name, NACCO Natural Resources. The new look all has its business units, each with separate logos, all under the headline of Bringing Natural Resources to Life. The company dates from 1913, when entrepreneur Frank E.
NEW YORK – Old, proven ideas work, and often allow for more interesting solutions than the supposedly high-tech future we were promised with such creepiness as autonomous package delivery, and pilot-less airplanes. Example? New seaplane air service from Boston to Manhattan from Tailwind Air using the Cessna Grand Caravan EX.
NEW YORK – The Topps Company will team up with the nostalgic action figure company, Mego Figures, Topps.com will feature exclusive action figures of some of the licensed characters from Warner Bros, DC, MGM and Fox sold by Mego. The action figures, available exclusively on Topps.com, will include additional new
JACKSONVILLE, Florida – Winn-Dixie, a unit of Southeastern Grocers, is making a strong push at promoting smaller regional brands at its Florida stores, including the sausage brands Roger Wood, Registers and Nettles. Southeastern Grocers in March also announced a push at increasing the number of minority-owned brands sold at the
NEW YORK – The insurer Equitable and parent company Equitable Holdings Inc. signed a 15-year lease at 1345 Avenue of the Americas for their corporate headquarters, beginning in 2024. Usually, a new partial lease of an office building three years in advance is not news, but in this case, their