For much of the 20th century, four brands, namely Kellogg’s, Post, General Mills and Quaker, have owned much of the the cereal aisle in American supermarkets. But by looking at a cereal aisle today, at a Publix, it appears that Post, often a niche player, has gained appreciably. Post wasMORE HERE

GREENWICH, Conn. – In 2019, Procter & Gamble sold one of its longest held brands, Joy, for a reported $30 million. Since then, JoySuds LLC has reinvigorated with brand with new packaging, consistent social media, and usage-focused marketing. This summer, it came out with its first three-part dishwashing gel pak,MORE HERE

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ROCKFORD, Mich. – The shoemaker and outdoors brand Merrell is setting up a contest and awards contents for individuals or teams who have “shown perseverance at work in the unexpected, ever-changing outdoors.” “Merrell exists to share the simple power of the outdoors with everyone,” said Elizabeth Czachorski, brand marketing managerMORE HERE

AUSTIN, Minn. – Hormel Foods Corporation (NYSE: HRL), the makers of Spam, Skippy and Planters, announced that the company will realign its business into three segments effective Oct. 31, 2022. The new company groups are retail, food-service and international. The company’s largest operating segment, retail, includes its best known brands,MORE HERE