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Mondelēz has “freed” their animal crackers after relenting to pressure from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA.)
Campbell’s Soup Company announced earlier this week that it plans to sell its fresh food portfolio and focus on its canned products.
The Swiss mega-corp and Starbucks have closed a $7.1 billion deal to sell the coffee chain’s coffee pods, beans and packaged coffee.
Walmart has partnered with American meal kit preparation company, “Gobble,” in a bid to compete with Amazon and Whole Foods.
Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo has sent a cease and desist letter to the better-for-you snacking upstart, World Peas Brand Peatos. 
Selecta Group B.V. (Selecta) announced its acquisition of Express Vending Group Limited (Express Vending.)
The popular countertop device that carbonates water and creates generic soft drinks with its line of syrups has been acquired by a popular cola company.
Commissioner Daniel Therrien launched an investigation into the use of facial recognition technology in three Canadian malls' digital directories.
Manufacturers are passing on the cost of aluminum and some luxury goods such as chocolate, to retailers as the result of the U.S.-Canada trade war: Certain items crossing the border will cost ten per cent more.
NAMA has officially launched its new website and invites the vending industry to explore the new namanow.org.
Known for its Necco wafers, the New England Confectionery Co. (NECCO) plant in Revere, Massachusetts shut down after its recent buyer, Round Hill Investments, LLC, announced it has sold the company to another candy maker.
NAMA is offering a course to teach coffee and food-service vendors about the intricacies of this coffee at the Coffee, Tea and Water Show (CTW) 2018.
Nestlé’s bid to trademark its four-bar KitKat chocolate design was rejected by the Court Justice of the European Union (CJEU.)
Tim Hortons promises to launch “Breakfast Anytime, Any Tims,” offering breakfast menu items any time at participating Tim Hortons restaurants nationwide. 
Campbell Company of Canada is recalling Pepperidge Farm brand Goldfish Flavour Blasted Xtreme Cheddar Crackers from the marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination.

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