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Calbee resumes potato chip sales in Japan

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Japan’s largest potato chip producer Calbee (with a 73% market hold) has restarted sales of the country’s most popular snack it suspended in April due to a severe potato shortage.

Brownie Brittle's newest products play into the snacking chocolate trend and the company has new flavors plannned for 2018. Pic: Brownie Brittle

Brownie Brittle launches gluten-free and bites ranges in major US retailers

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Sugar-free quinoa breakfast cereal finds success as creative consumers blur categories

Oatbox has succeeded in raising C$1.55m ($1.17m) in seed money to strengthen its position in the North American meal kit market. Pic: Oatbox

Canadian breakfast brand Oatbox uses seed funding to cement standing in meal kit market

Hostess plans to continue focusing on penetrating several new product categories in the future. Pic: Hostess Brands

Hostess Brands plans to penetrate new categories under direction of new CCO

While cutting back on some weaker brands, Snyder's-Lance plans to expand the distribution of many of its stronger SKUs. Pic: Snyder's-Lance

Snyder’s-Lance to trim snacks portfolio to drive sales growth

St Pierre is the leading European bakery brand in the US and a big contributor in assisting Carrs Foods in achieving seventh spot in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200. Pic: Carrs

British bakery business Carr’s Foods among top 10 fastest international sales growers

Snack Attack 2017, to be held in New York City next month, will showcase a range of the latest snacks from major manufacturers to smaller producers. Pic: Snack Attack

Mondelēz and Hain Celestial attending Snack Attack 2017

Bakeries and baked goods manufacturers are on a slippery slope when it comes to the ever-increase butter price rise and the looming shortage of the ingredients. Pic: ©:iStock/Joss

Rising butter price “causing a panic” among bakers, biscuit, cake and pastry makers

pladis and JD.com have joined forces to introduce a range of international snacks on the Chinese market. Pic: pladis

Snack major pladis teams up with Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com

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