Amy Sung

Amy Sung has over 12 years of experience in editorial, creating and editing content for both B2B and consumer outlets. Prior to becoming director of content for food and hospitality at SmartBrief, she was the senior editor of food and beverage at SmartBrief, a reporter and associate editor for Supermarket News, senior editor for Spafinder Wellness, and has freelanced for QSR Magazine, FSR Magazine (formerly Restaurant Management Magazine), Bon Appetit, The Hartman Group, Serious Eats, Every Day With Rachael Ray, The Seattle Times, The Knot, New York Press, Seattle Weekly, iVillage.com and more.

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Conagra
Conagra

Big names in food retail and CPG made headlines this week with news on strategies for growth taking center stage.

News about new food products caught the eyes of readers this week, particularly new lines from companies including Campbell Soup, Red Bull and Chobani.

General Mills unveils first new Lucky Charms marshmallow shape in 10 years
General Mills unveils first new Lucky Charms marshmallow shape in 10 years

Food nostalgia took over readers this week with news about the first new Lucky Charms marshmallow catching the attention of many.

The majority of this week’s most popular news covered the CPG and retail industries, with the breaking news earlier this week about Ferrero’s $2.8 billion acquisition of Nestle’s US chocolate business taking the most-read spot.

grocery shopping
grocery shopping

This week’s most popular news spread across all sectors of our vertical – food retail, CPG and foodservice.

This week’s top 10 was heavy with CPG and food retail news, particularly stories having to do with Amazon.

food retail technology
food retail technology

Innit, The Future Market and Northfork chat about the challenges and opportunities that technology represents for the food retail industry.

This event, Oct. 10-11, in Seattle, Wash., will bring together brands and startups in the food and kitchen technology space to map the future of food.

CPG
CPG

The most popular stories this week talked about big changes at various business, from Tyson Foods to Kraft Heinz and Oprah.