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The Company That Makes the Worst Cookies Will Buy Tate’s, the Best Cookies
Mondelez has purchased Tate’s for $500 million.
Ownership of Vegemite Rightfully Returns to Only Country That Considers It Food
Bega Cheese, another maker of questionable spreads, has bought it from Mondelez.
Get Ready for a Chocolate Shortage
The industry’s top brands are spending $1 billion to increase cocoa’s productivity.
The Oreo Boom: Behind the Surge in Sales for the Corn-Syrup-Laden Classic
Artisanal, schmartisanal. In the past decade, sales are up 60 percent, passing $2.5 billion a year.
Another Giant Junk-Food Company Says It’s Now Going to Focus on
Mondelez is famous for producing Oreos and Ritz Crackers.
Oreo Says Its New ‘Thin’ Oreos Weren’t Designed to Be Twisted
They’re too “sophisticated” for milk, apparently.
Feds Accuse Kraft of Manipulating Wheat Prices
The company allegedly pocketed $5.4 million.
Gum Sales On the Decline
Could this be the end of Chiclets?
Billionaire Could Change Structuring of PepsiCo
He has invested $2.7 billion in two big food companies.