Ketogenic Diet Food News

Recent industry report about Ketogenic Diet Food company news, including latest market trends and industry updates in 2024. This sector news is compiled by Mordor Intelligence™ Ketogenic Diet Food Market industry experts.

Ketogenic Diet Food News

  • September 2022: You Go! Foods launched its Keto Tortilla Chips throughout the United States to satisfy consumer demand for keto snack chips. You Go! Food tortilla chips are available through major retailers and You Go! Foods website, with early private-label sale commitments as well.
  • January 2022: Meal kit company Sun Basket merged with keto lifestyle company Pruvit Ventures to provide consumers with at-home, fully ketogenic meal kits. The transaction was an all-stock deal, with Sunbasket and Pruvit becoming wholly-owned subsidiaries of PSB Holdings, a new holding company.
  • August 2021: Zing Bars, a subsidiary of American Licorice LLC, launched a new line of keto-friendly snack bars. The snack bars are gluten-free and plant-based and contain prebiotic tapioca fiber and organic brown rice protein.

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  • January 2023: WickedGud, a direct-to-consumer (D2C) health food brand, introduced a new line of instant noodles crafted from a blend of oats, lentils, whole wheat, millets, and brown rice. These noodles are 100% free from refined flour (maida), devoid of any added oils, and entirely free from harmful chemicals. They offer a wholesome and nutritious alternative compared to traditional instant noodles.
  • September 2022: Wai Wai expanded its product range by embracing the growing Korean culture in India and launched Spicy Korean-style hot noodles. These noodles are claimed to feature Bhut Jolokia, one of the world's spiciest chilies. This premium line of Wai Wai instant noodles comes in three distinct flavors: Akbari, Dynamite, and Pyro, targeting consumers in Northeast India.
  • April 2022: Yu Foodlabs, an Indian brand specializing in instant meal bowls, unveiled two signature instant noodle bowls, each with its unique and delectable flavors. The first, known as "Zingy Cheese," features cheddar cheese, spring onions, and corn kernels. The second, "Chilli Manchurian," offers a spicy and savory twist on instant noodles, adding a distinct Indian flavor to the popular snack.
  • February 2023: Haagen-Dazs and EIT Food (European Institute of Innovation and Technology) launched the Start-Up Innovation Challenge. The company announced it to be a global project that aims to explore the potential for innovation in technology and ingredients, focusing on opportunities to increase the sustainability potential of the ice cream brand.
  • March 2022: Traveloka launched an e-grocery market named Mart, which provides products including frozen food, fresh fruit, and personal care items. The company partnered with several supermarkets and grocery stores in Greater Jakarta for its most recent product.
  • January 2022: Yili Group, a Chinese producer of dairy products, announced its expansion with the launch of its facility in Indonesia. The brand has spread to 260 cities in 26 provinces across Indonesia in a short time.
  • March 2023: PepsiCo Pakistan organized an event to celebrate World Water Day 2023 by sharing the fact that the company is replenishing a significant share of the water they use at their snack manufacturing facilities in the Sundar and Multan watersheds. This move was intended to build a positive brand image in the minds of consumers across the region.
  • May 2019: PepsiCo officially opened its new manufacturing facility in the city of Multan. The plant produce and supplies snacks, such as Lay's and Kurkure, for Pakistan and its export markets.
  • July 2022: In accordance with the "Agreement on the Promotion of Domestic Wheat Consumption signed with the Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs," SPC Samlip introduced four different types of domestic wheat bakeries. The new item is available in Nonghyup Hanaromat and e-mart locations nationwide.
  • February 2022: Mondelez expanded its production line of Oreo biscuits in Indonesia's Cikarang. The company revealed that it invested USD 23 Million in the production facility. The company claimed the new production line had cutting-edge technology and boasted a low carbon emission footprint.
  • July 2021: President Bakery Public Company collaborated with Ovaltine to launch two new co-branded products under its Farmhouse brand, featuring Ovaltine, to deliver a crunchy texture. The new products include dorayaki, biscuits, ice creams, and a bun filled with Ovaltine.
  • June 2021: SPC Group has opened its first Paris Baguette bakery franchise in Cambodia, with the first branch being launched in the country's capital city. This Korean bakery brand has gained a reputation for quality and is owned by the well-established firm SPC Group. The partnership with Cambodia's HSC Group to open the first Paris Baguette store in Phnom Penh is a promising development, given the country's growing economy and expanding middle class.
  • November 2022: Kraft Heinz launched plant-based cheese slices. The dairy-free cheese slices were available in three flavors: American, cheddar, and provolone; they will be sold in the Cleveland area.
  • August 2022: Saputo Inc. recognized the opportunity in the vegan cheese space and made strategic investments in the United Kingdom to prime itself for bringing vegan cheese to the marketplace. Saputo Cheese USA Inc., Lincolnshire, Ill., brought the Vitalite brand of plant-based, vegan-certified, dairy-free cheese from the United Kingdom to the United States.
  • May 2021: Saputo announced that it purchased Bute Island Foods, the manufacturer and marketer of a number of plant-based cheese brands under its brand Sheese. Sheese was first launched on the market in 1988 as a soy-based product and is now known for its coconut oil-based vegan cheese products.
  • August 2022: Mondelēz International, Inc. continued its strong track record of offering a wide range of snacking options for consumers by innovating to create new products or reformulating products that will not be classified as high in fat, salt, or sugar (HFSS) from beloved brands including belVita, Cadbury Drinking Chocolate, Maynards Bassetts and The Natural Confectionery Company.
  • February 2022: Dr Schär UK Ltd., a gluten-free manufacturer, announced the acquisition of Glasgow-based bakery GDR Food Technology Ltd., t/a Just: Gluten Free Bakery. GDR specializes in gluten-free baked goods such as bread, rolls, teacakes, and flatbread.
  • April 2021: Walker's Shortbread, the world's finest shortbread expert baker, is expanding its gluten-free range. The expanded content, certified by Coeliac UK, will be available exclusively in Sainsbury's stores across the country and will include three indulgent Walker's classics: shortbread rounds, chocolate chip shortbread, and ginger & lemon shortbread.
  • February 2022: Taufika Group's Lovello Ice Cream brand announced the launch of a range of ice creams that included six different ice creams in four new flavors in Dhaka. The new range of ice creams included Choco Blast Mini, Coffee Blast, Premium Assorted Box 2.0, and Choco Hidden Heart.
  • August 2021: Golden Harvest Group inaugurated its e-commerce venture, Golden Harvest Survus Ltd., which sees a fair share in the potential service market for restaurant booking, food delivery, grocery shopping, and medicine delivery. Food delivery is booming in Dhaka, as the number of daily orders served has roughly doubled amid the pandemic.
  • February 2021: Thailand-based LENK Frozen Foods acquired Fahim Seafoods Pvt. Ltd., deepening its commitment to sourcing more black tiger shrimp from Bangladesh. With this new operation and brand, LENK Group aims to set advanced quality standards in Bangladesh's seafood sector.
  • In August 2022, Up Coffee Roasters, based in Minneapolis, was purchased by FairWave, a group of specialty coffee brands based in Kansas City, Missouri, that work together to promote high-quality coffee in local communities.
  • In July 2022, Iron & Fire, a specialty coffee roaster, launched a brand-new website specifically for wholesale customers. Iron & Fire supplies coffee shops, bar chains, restaurants, garden centers, hotels, and other establishments and has experienced tremendous growth since its reopening.
  • In February 2022, the Series 2 Bellwether Automated Roasting System was launched, according to Bellwether Coffee, the company that invented a sustainable commercial coffee roaster. According to the business, the new roaster is a step toward revolutionizing the coffee industry and making it more accessible to all communities and environmentally friendly.
  • In January 2022, Crispy Green released a new 'Chilli Lime' flavor variation of Piña Picante, a freeze-dried pineapple snack. It is made from imported Costa Rican pineapples that have been infused with a specialty blend of species before being air-dried.
  • In March 2021, Freeze-dried ingredient specialist European Freeze Dry unveiled the expansion of its vegan freeze-dried meal range, including couscous-based dishes, and a vegan bolognese. Furthermore, the company also launched vegan mince, chicken, and freeze-dried jackfruit in addition to its vast portfolio of freeze-dried vegetables and pulses.
  • In March 2021, Sow Good Inc. (SOWG) launched its direct-to-consumer (DTC) freeze-dried consumer packaged good (CPG) food brand, Sow Good. In an attempt to change the food industry, Sow Good now provides consumers with nutrient-dense, ethically-sourced fruit and vegetable products to help reduce food waste by offering increased shelf stability.
  • October 2021: Grupo Bimbo moved to add its presence in India through acquisitions, snapping up local firm KItty bread.
  • June 2021: Bimbo Bakehouse, a division of Bimbo Bakeries USA, introduced a new line of five specialty buns for foodservice operators across the United States.
  • March 2021: Food and beverage manufacturing giant Almarai acquired the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain operations of Bakemart, a producer of baked and packaged products, for a sum of USD 25 million.

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