Gallo has expanded the distribution footprint of its Apothic Dark red wine blend, which will appear on Tesco shelves in the UK this month. American consumers can already buy the variety, as well as other beverages in Gallo's Apothic line, on Amazon.
A grant partnership created in North Carolina between the state's Recycling Business Assistance Center and GPI has prompted improvements at a pair of the state's material recovery facilities, resulting in significant glass recovery improvements, an August 2017 Resource Recycling publication notes. "Our members, the glass industry, want glass recycling to improve, and though we had not done something like this before, the case was made effectively," said GPI President Lynn Bragg.
For craft brewers, whose products depend on pure water and climate-sensitive hops, safeguarding the environment is of paramount importance. Brewers like Sierra Nevada, Kona, New Belgium and Alaska Brewing are taking steps to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels, decrease their carbon footprints and incorporate conservation methods into their practices, writes Jeremy Deaton.
Ferrara Candy donated 57 backpacks filled with school supplies to Bellwood School District #88 in Illinois. The candy company also donated a dozen $25 gift cards to the district's teachers for the purchase of supplies.
Amazona Cocoa, Boucan and other chocolate companies have helped revive St. Lucia's cocoa industry, writes Sarah Amandolare. St. Lucia is currently celebrating the industry with its first-ever Chocolate Heritage Month.
Hain Celestial brand Greek Gods' new Seriously Indulgent lineup includes yogurt made with whole milk and cream. The yogurt, which is meant to resemble custard and includes fruit on the bottom of the cup, is available in lemon, marionberry, raspberry ginger and tart cherry.
Higher demand for cheese powder will help the category grow rapidly through 2023, according to Allied Market Research. On-the-go snack makers and quickservice chains are among the companies buying more cheese powder, according to the research firm.
Fonterra has opened a cheese plant in Victoria, Australia. The $111 million plant will help Fonterra meet growing demand for cheese for pizza toppings in China, Japan and elsewhere, the company said.
Dubai-based Luscious Cosmetics started selling its vegan, cruelty-free beauty products in the US on Aug. 10, online and in select stores around the country. The brand, which focuses on women of color, most recently released 18 matte lipstick shades in a line called Heartbreaker.
Neiman Marcus will soon sell the full Jane Iredale collection of beauty and skin care products, from face makeup to ingestible supplements. The products will be available online and in the Wellness Shops at three Neiman Marcus stores next month, alongside other organic and natural skin care brands.