True Essence Foods, whose original product was an artisanal chocolate called SoChatti, has secured 15 patents for its technologies, with another 70 patent applications in process.
Ken’s Foods planning $40M expansion of Lebanon facility
The company, which makes salad dressings, sauces and marinades, employs 230 people in Lebanon and expects to add more.Read More
King’s Hawaiian eyes central Indiana for massive production campus
Plans call for the development to include a 368,000-square-foot main manufacturing plant, a 78,000-square-foot cold storage building and an 86,000-square-foot beverage plant.Read More
Fast-growing Mom Water looks within for new CEO and COO
The Indiana beverage company has new executive leadership, but is keeping things in the family.Read More
Freeze-dried candy business in Westfield off to sweet start
Freeze Dried Snack Co., which opened in early July, sells dozens of varieties of freeze-dried sweets, including Skittles, Jolly Rancher candies, Fruit Rollups, M&M’s and saltwater taffy.Read More
Brown County’s Hard Truth Distilling Co., in partnership with the recently founded Mellencamp Whiskey Co., is releasing a new whiskey collection specifically celebrating and supporting Hoosier farmers.
The brewery will take over part of a former auto body repair shop to produce beverages sold at King Jugg’s Fishers location.
More details have emerged regarding the impact of Tyson Foods’ announcement this week that it is closing four chicken processing facilities, including one in Indiana.
In a cost-cutting move, Tyson said it will shift production to other facilities and halt operations at the four plants in the first two quarters of fiscal 2024.
Capriole products are distributed at Whole Foods, Needler’s Fresh Market, Goose the Market, Fischer Farms and Blooming Foods.
The Biden administration on Wednesday proposed new guidelines for corporate mergers, took steps to disclose the junk fees charged by landlords and launched a crackdown on price-gouging in the food industry.
The reports are certain to intensify questions about the safety of aspartame, which is used in everything from Diet Coke and toothpaste to low-calorie fruit yogurts and cough drops.
Drew Storen, the former star pitcher at Brownsburg High School, has found a new line of work after Major League Baseball—running his Carmel-based business, Field of Dreams Whiskey Co.
As a young boy working in his father’s candy store in the 1970s, Mark Tarner got an early taste of the sweet life.
The eatery under construction at Spring Mill Station is the first of 15 restaurants that hand-breaded tenderloin maker Swayzee Loinz plans to open in Indiana over the next five years.
Pork producers said the law could force industry-wide changes and raise the cost of bacon and other pork products nationwide.
The winery said new products such as the Melon Mint Moscato, along with its mainstays like Oliver Sweet Red, have fueled the company’s continued growth.
Pet food manufacturer Blue Buffalo Co. Ltd. plans a 169,000-square-foot addition to boost processing operations and warehouse capacity. As part of the expansion, the company plans to add up to 60 jobs by the end of 2024.
The best bourbons are buttery, smooth and oaky, and a growing cult of aficionados is willing to pay an astonishing sum to score even a shot of these premium spirits. Some are even willing to bend or break laws.
The 13 plants where violations were found were in Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Tennessee and Texas.
12 Flavor Gummi Bears is the best-selling product for Merrillville-based Albanese Confectionery and is sold in a variety of sizes, from 1 ounce snack packs to 5 pound bulk bags.
OmniVis has developed a hand-held device to rapidly detect pathogens in food, water and the agriculture production chain.
Liberation Labs hopes to build a network of facilities make products for “existing major food brands as well as the growing network of food-tech innovators.”