The shop in Castleton is expected to open in March and will sell fresh baby food plus merchandise for both babies and mothers. The company also offers baby food subscription boxes.
Startup chocolate-maker plans to invest $2.4 million, add up to 71 jobs
Six-year-old SoChatti makes artisanal, vegan chocolate that is consumed in melted form.
colate consumption is in melted form. The company says it uses innovative warming methods that capture and preserve the flavors of chocolate.Read More
Primeval Brewing opens taps in Noblesville after long run-up
After nearly two years of preparation, Primeval Brewing co-founders Nathan Compton and Tim Palmer opened their European-style beer hall in Noblesville to a line that wrapped around the block.Read More
Freshly made food is big. What could go wrong? Everything.
Grocery distributor SpartanNash is shutting down Fresh Kitchen, a prepared-meals division of Indianapolis-based Caito Foods Service that once held great promise.Read More
Local production bakery plans $25M expansion, 50 new hires
CraftMark Bakery, the baked goods supplier for more than 70,000 restaurants in North America, is planning another expansion that would bring employment up to 446 by the end of 2022.Read More
The tax abatement is for equipment the artisanal, vegan chocolate maker and distributor plans to use at at its new, 12,870-square-foot facility in the Circle City Industrial Complex, 1125 Brookside Ave.
Hammond-based 18th Street Brewery—which was voted the best brewpub in America this year by readers of USA Today—has officially announced plans to open an Indianapolis location.
The company is asking the Anderson City Council for a tax break as part of a plan to install new equipment at the factory along Interstate 69.
Dean Foods, America’s biggest milk processor, filed for bankruptcy Tuesday amid a decades-long drop-off in U.S. milk consumption blamed on changing trends and a growing variety of alternatives.
Every year, an estimated 100 billion plastic bottles are produced in the U.S., the bulk of which come from three of America’s biggest beverage companies. Only one-third of those bottles get recycled.
The energy bar giant said it added 24,000 square feet to the 185,000-square-foot building at 7575 Georgetown Road on the city’s northwest side. About 430 people work at the bakery.
Produce company Caito Foods LLC is set to shut down its Fresh Kitchen operations in Indianapolis, less than three years after opening the $32 million facility.
Jennifer Wiese’s gluten- and dairy-free bakery Bee Free makes Warrior Mix, which can be found in 4,000 stores across the country, now including Walmart.
Indianapolis-based beverage maker Circle Kombucha wants to sell its signature product—carbonated, fermented tea—throughout the Midwest.
The shortages coincide with the arrival of the Impossible Whopper at Burger King. Under terms of a deal inked earlier this year, Impossible Foods patties will be inside Burger Kings nationwide by the end of this year.
By clarifying terms such as “Sell by” and “Use by,” U.S. regulators are trying to prevent people from prematurely tossing products and to reduce the mountains of food that goes to waste each year.
American whiskey producers like Louisville-based Brown-Forman face stiff retaliatory tariffs in the European Union, the industry’s biggest export market, as part of the Trump administration’s trade disputes.
The company, which is operating out of a 2,000-square-foot space in Irvington, will move this month to a 14,000-square-foot facility on the near-east side due to growing demand.
Company’s emphasis on sweet wines has helped make Oliver the largest Hoosier winery (by far) and the 44th-largest in the United States.
California Custom Fruits, whose products include fruit bases for yogurts, will erect a 65,000-square-foot plant in the Greenwood Park at 65 South industrial park.
Heartland has expanded its local production facilities multiple times since 2015, adding hundreds of employees and rolling out several new products, including a brand of cold-brew coffee, Java House, that hit the market last year.
Grinds LLC—which produces pouches of flavored coffee designed as a healthy alternative to chewing tobacco—plans to invest $6.7 million and create 56 jobs.
The Food Beauty Center, a new food-focused makerspace in Garfield Park aims to serve entrepreneurs two ingredients for success—collaboration and commercial kitchen space.