General Mills CEO On Company's 150th Anniversary"The Big G" is the world's sixth-largest food company, with $17 billion in annual sales.
General Mills Profits Increase, Revenue Falls In 3QGeneral Mills Inc. on Wednesday reported a better-than-expected profit for its third quarter on lower costs, but revenue fell short of forecasts because of weak demand.
General Mills Plans To Label Products With GMOsGeneral Mills says it will start labeling products across the country that contain genetically modified ingredients to comply with a law that is set to go into effect in Vermont.
General Mills Doubling Down On OrganicGeneral Mills is trying to keep up with the country’s growing appetite for organic foods.
Klobuchar Under Scrutiny For GMO Labeling VoteA bill banning state-level labeling rules for GMOs in food passed a Senate committee this week, and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is taking some heat for voting yes. Opponents say they have a right to know what is in their food. Klobuchar says this is not the end of the debate.
Target Seeks To Supply 100 Percent Cage-Free Eggs By 2025Target has announced that it is working this year to increase its offerings of cage-free egg products in stores across the country, with a goal of having 100 percent cage-free eggs by 2025.
General Mills 2Q Meet Wall Street ExpectationsGeneral Mills Inc. on Thursday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $529.5 million. The Minneapolis-based company said it had profit of 87 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring gains, came to 82 cents per share.
General Mills Planning To Buy All-Cage Free Eggs By 2025 General Mills has set a deadline for its conversion to all cage-free eggs by 2025.
General Mills Sued For Name Of 'Cheerios Protein' ProductA food watchdog group is suing General Mills for using misleading packaging on its "Cheerios Protein" product. The Star Tribune reports that the Center for Science in the Public Interest sued the food company because the cereal does not contain that much more protein than regular cheerios.
St. Paul Bunny Could Be Trix's Next 'Silly Rabbit'Earlier this year, General Mills announced it is dropping artificial colors and flavors from more of its cereals, including Trix. To go along with its real ingredients, the company announced it wants a real bunny to replace the cartoon rabbit on the cereal box.
4 Your Pets: Local Bunny Has 'Trix' AmbitionsA Twin Cities bunny wants nothing more than to become the famous "silly rabbit," with an obsession for a fruit-flavored kid's cereal.
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