Execs with Chipotle ( CMG -1.1% ) are full of swagger after blasting away restaurant peers with a 17% gain in comparable-store sales in Q2. The general take from inside the Denver juggernaut is that no other company is accomplishing what Chipotle is doing at scale and in a sustainable fashion. ...
high costs, emergence of private labels and strong competition. As a result, the restaurant industry, the packaged food industry and the food distribution industry are experiencing slow growth in generating top and bottom line growths. The companies
world's most-recognizable brands in the packaged food industry such as Oreo and Cadbury, has seen some volatility ..... emerging economies gives it a strong footing in the global food industry . (click to enlarge) Source: Yahoo Finance MDLZ is
Chris Delaney joined the company in 2011 with strong food industry experience, and appears well credentialed. Following ..... trend will be maintained. CEO Chris Delaney has strong food industry experience and appears well credentialed. He has initiated
soup and beverage businesses. As the leading global producer of soup, a highly profitable segment of the packaged food industry , Campbell faces intense competitive pressures to stay ahead of its peers (which include General Mills and other niche
result in lower prices or more contracts being put up for bid. Finally, about 65% of Bemis' net sales come from the food industry , specifically meat and cheese, so an extended period of food price inflation or low consumer confidence in major
By Barry Wald : The worst nightmare for any company in the food industry is a food contamination incident. Recall costs, lost sales, potential costs of litigation, PR challenges, loss of customer
holds, Kellogg would have lost one-third of its year-to-date gains of 7.7%. And with the entire packaged food industry still suffering from weak volumes and low margins, Kellogg's second-quarter results have to show meaningful outperformance
NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - U.S. food companies spent almost as much lobbying Congress in the first quarter of 2014 as they did in the full year in 2013, a sign the industry may have intensified...
WASHINGTON, July 29 (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday rejected a food industry challenge to a federal rule concerning labeling requirements for meat, marking a potential setback for other businesses fighting federal regulations on free-speech grounds.