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Proctor East Africa targets bigger breakfast stake with million-dollar factory

Although still small, the RTE breakfast cereal market in Kenya is growing, driven by consumer demand for convenience and Western products. Pic: ©iStock/m-imagephotography

Kenyan food processing company Proctor & Allan East Africa has finalised the Sh2bn ($19m) refurbishment of its factory in Limuru, with an eye of capturing a bigger slice of the Kenyan ready-to-eat cereals market.

Stauffer's Biscuit Co, maker of Animal Crackers since 1871, is closing its New York bakery to consolidate efficiencies. Pic: ©GettyImages/bhofack2

Stauffer’s Biscuit closes NY bakery to consolidate operations

Dorset Cereals has launched its limited edition carrot and apple muesli in the UK. Pic: Dorset Cereals

Dorset Cereals introduces root veg to muesli

The TTAB has again ruled 'pretzel crisps' is a generic term and cannot be trademarked. Pic: Snyder's-Lance

Battle of the giants: PepsiCo and Snyder’s-Lance again face off over ‘Pretzel Crisps’ trademark

Bells Professional Pastry, a new arm of Scottish pastry manufacturer Bells Food Group, specializes in a range of bespoke and speciality pastries. Pic: Bells Profesional Pastry

Bells Professional Pastry created to meet growing demand for UK pastry products

Calbee has resumed normal operations following disrupted potato chip production, and is launch range of new flavors denoting a speciality dish from each of Japan's 47 prefectures. Pic: Calbee

Calbee back in full swing as potato supplies recover in Japan

Daelmans stroopwafels secure US nationwide Dollar General listing. Photo: Daelmans

Daelmans enters biggest US discount retailer Dollar General

Schedrie is produced by Orient Products, which has been acquired by Lantmännen Cerealia. Pic: Lantmännen Cerealia

Lantmännen Cerealia acquires Russian crispbread producer Orient Products

Quri suggests smaller snack brands should consider looking at their share of display compared with their share of sales. Pic: Quri

Popcorn and pretzels could still compete in Frito-Lay dominated Walmart: says analyst

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