Kraft Heinz, the global food and beverage company known for its portfolio of iconic household brands, has selected global brand consultancy Brand Central for a licensing program to extend the company’s best-selling brands into new lifestyle, food and beverage consumer product categories.
With this year’s independence holiday falling mid-week, according to the National Retail Federation and research partner Prosper Insight & Analytics, consumers in the U.S. plan to spend $6.9 billion on food for Fourth of July cookouts and picnics.
To help celebrate Earth Month, Kroger is promoting “Sustainability Lives Here,” an annual company event which features $100 in digital coupons on sustainably produced products.
In an effort to overcome current barriers to smart home adoption, Haier displayed complete, one-stop smart home solutions at CES in Las Vegas.
Albertsons is about to enter the meal kit delivery business with the acquisition of Plated, which will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the grocery retailer. The deal is expected to close by the end of September.
Whirlpool Corporation, the parent company of KitchenAid, is acquiring Yummly, Inc., a food-centric technology company that provides personalized recipes and cooking resources.
Williams Sonoma is collaborating with singing star and cookbook author Trisha Yearwood on a new food line that will be sold exclusively by the housewares specialty store.
Love Cooking Company has entered into a licensing agreement with Harry & David. The new collection of housewares will include bakeware, dinnerware, serveware, home textiles and barbecue products.