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National Beverage Corp., the makers of LaCroix sparkling water, stated that flavours and essences contained in LaCroix are “certified by suppliers and an independent laboratory to be 100 per cent natural.”
The NAMA Foundation debuted its new research e-guide on pantry services, called: Leveraging Pantry Services to Retain Talent.  
The J. M. Smucker Company and Dunkin’ Brands Group, Inc announced that the launch of Dunkin’ Donuts® K-Cup® pods into the at-home/office category has been recognized as a 2018 Nielsen Breakthrough Innovation.
Canada’s new food guide has greatly changed the look and definition of eating choices.
New England Confectionery Company (NECCO) gave an announcement that will break some hearts: Fans of Sweethearts, the embossed Valentine’s Day candy, to be exact.
Italian coffee brand, Imperator Coffee will attend the World Coffee Roasting Championships again.
From the boom in starred hotel restaurants to confectioner's shops and coffeehouses dynamically merging with mixology, the hospitality sector is growing to meet the needs of an expanding market.
NAMA announced dates for its annual signature events through April 2022.
The NAMA Industry Awards ar now open for nomination: The awards recognize individuals that best exemplify consistent advancement of the convenience services industry.
NAMA announced their keynote speaker for this year’s NAMA Show in Las Vegas. The association is excited to learn about and explore the future of convenience through the words of the futurist keynote.
Ferrara had inherited Nestlē’s line of candy and chocolate bars when they bought their struggling candy brands in 2018. Now, the U.S. candy company will change the look and flavour of some iconic candies since the acquisition.
Montreal-based SEM Inc. recognized four of its employees for their long time achievement within the organization.
In a forward-looking press release by Mondelēz International, the company announced that it intends to launch an innovation hub called SnackFutures to capitalize on changing consumer trends and emerging growth opportunities in snacking around the world.
Since 1994, Tim Hortons’ iconic True Stories campaign was inspired by the lives of Canadians across the country. Recently, one ad went viral, receiving online comments from around the world.
The Kraft Heinz Company announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Primal Nutrition, LLC, makers of Primal Kitchen branded products for approximately $200 million.

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