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David Van Laar of Oak State Products becomes president of the Biscuit &Cracker Manufacturers’ Association.
The Charlotte, NC, snack manufacturer says it will focus efforts on branded products and growth categories, such as ‘better-for-you’ snacks.
Nabisco, a Mondelez International brand, introduces Brown Rice Triscuit Thin Crisps. Less dense than traditional Triscuit crackers, the crisps are baked with 100% whole-grain brown rice and wheat.
The Biscuit & Cracker Manufacturers Association (B&CMA) will, for the first time, host the Baking-Snack Lounge at PACK EXPO International 2014 in partnership with PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.
John B. Sanfilippo’s (JBSS) 1-million-sq.-ft. headquarters and production complex in Elgin, Ill., is a real powerhouse, with a whopping 85 production lines for nut and snack processing. The company has witnessed steady growth and the challenges that go with it. And with more than 90 years of experience and a keen focus on customer and consumer solutions, JBSS tackles the tough nuts to crack head on.
Demonstrating how much the company has grown over the years, John B. Sanfilippo’s impressive 1-million-sq.-ft. production facility/corporate headquarters/distribution center in Elgin, Ill., is outfitted with speedy, state-of-the-art equipment and technology to produce thousands of nut products, snacks and nut mixes.
Mondelez International plans to invest more than $130 million in new biscuit manufacturing technology and capabilities in the U.S. The investment will focus on bakeries in New Jersey and Virginia and result in the closure of the company’s Philadelphia bakery.
Wheat Thins Holiday from Nabisco, a Mondelez International brand, will help consumers get into the holiday spirit this year, whether entertaining or snacking alone.
Nabisco’s Honey Maid crackers dominate the graham cracker category, with a 49.4% market share, according to SymphonyIRI Group. But Kraft Foods has done little advertising to assert that position until now. Kraft is launching a major marketing effort, with new products and a campaign that promotes the brand as a standalone snack for children.