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Food Snapshot: Female Founders Get Shortchanged

Source: Money Where Our Mouths Are – Female Funding Gaps in Agri-FoodTech, Sept. 2019.

Food Snapshot: Female Founders Get Shortchanged

Source: Money Where Our Mouths Are – Female Funding Gaps in Agri-FoodTech, Sept. 2019.

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Pitch Events to Keep on Your Radar for 2020

Pitch events and incubator programs can help fledgling food startups gain exposure and garner funding for their groundbreaking business concepts.

Begin 2020 With Purpose

IFT President Pam Coleman reflects on how IFT and its members need to approach the year ahead in a climate that is volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous.

The power of private brands; Healthy foods have lower environmental impact

News about food science research, food companies, food regulations, and consumer/marketplace trends

Browsing the Internet for Food Trends

Google Trends shows how often a particular search term is entered relative to the total search volume. Here are 6 food-related topics and their global popularity over the past 3 years.

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Califia Farms raises $225 million in funding

Califia Farms, maker of plant-based milks and ready-to-drink coffee, has raised $225 million from global investors in a series D financing round.

Holidays spurred U.S. quick-service restaurant transactions in December

U.S. quick-service restaurant (QSR) chains, which represent the bulk of industry transactions, had four consecutive weeks of transaction increases in the retail month of December and were the primary contributor to the total industry gains in the month, according to The NPD Group.

TreeHouse Foods, Post terminate deal for cereal business

TreeHouse Foods has announced the dissolution of the previously announced agreement to sell its ready-to-eat (RTE) cereal business to Post Holdings.

Cott acquires Primo Water, seeks buyer for S&D Coffee and Tea

Cott has entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which Cott will acquire Primo Water for $14 per share, a transaction that values Primo at approximately $775 million.