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  1. NZ dollar falls to year-low on lower dairy payoutRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    The kiwi fell to 80.40 US cents after Fonterra's 8.30am announcement, its lowest since September last year. File photo / NZ Herald The New Zealand dollar fell to a year low as it declined along with other commodity currencies on concern about slowing growth in China and cemented that low after Fonterra Cooperative Group cut its forecast payout to farmers.


  2. Kellogg Company Pledges Support Of 15,000 Smallholder Farmers Worldwide During UN Climate SummitRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    ... with a focus on rice, and support the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. , Chairman and CEO, Kellogg Company. "As a food company, it's our responsibility to help ensure the long-term sustainability of key grains, including rice, and enable those ...


  3. Fonterra Revises 2014/15 Forecast Milk Price And DividendRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Scoop

    Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited today reduced its forecast Farmgate Milk Price for the 2014/15 season from $6.00 to $5.30 per kgMS, and increased and widened the estimated dividend range from 20-25 cents per share to 25-35 cents - amounting to a forecast Cash Payout of $5.55-$5.65 for the current season. Chairman John Wilson said the lower forecast Farmgate Milk Price reflected continuing volatility, with the GlobalDairyTrade price index declining 6 per cent in the past two trading events.


  4. General Mills treads carefully in debate over genetically modified cropsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | TwinCities

    The GMO issue came to a vote at the General Mills annual meeting Tuesday, and it wasn't close: Only 2 percent of its shareholders favored a companywide ban. Yet, the cross-currents of history and shifting consumer views toward genetically modified organisms in food production led to a layered discussion and prompted General Mills CEO Ken Powell to explain the foodmaker's nuanced stand.


  5. Maple Leaf plunges after hedge fund divestmentRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Maple Leaf Foods Inc.'s share price is plunging after a major hedge fund investor sold its stake in the food company that is nearing the end of a multiyear restructuring. WestFace Capital has sold its 9.9 per cent stake in the Toronto-based maker of such brands as Shopsy's meat and Prime chicken, a source told the Globe and Mail.


  6. Tate & Lyle PLC's Underperform Rating Reiterated at Davy ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    's stock had its "underperform" rating reaffirmed by equities researchers at Davy Research in a research report issued on Tuesday. Other equities research analysts have also recently issued reports about the stock.


  7. Tate & Lyle PLC Downgraded by Canaccord Genuity to "Sell"Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Tate & Lyle PLC remained flat at GBX 95.00 during during mid-day trading trading on Tuesday. The stock had a trading volume of 5,000 shares.


  8. Omega Protein Corporation: Fishing For ValueRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Omega Protein Corporation is a producer of fishmeal and fish oil from Menhaden fish. The end products have omega-3 fatty acids.


  9. Little Lady Foods announces new president/CEORead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Snack Food/Wholesale Bakery

    Effective immediately, Rick Anderson is president and CEO of Little Lady Foods, an Elk Grove Village, IL-based contract manufacturer of custom-made frozen food products for retail, foodservice, consumer packaged goods brand and private-label companies. Anderson brings more than 25 years of CPG experience in brand and private-label strategy, marketing and new product development.


  10. U.S. soybean cash premiums collapse on record harvestRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Reuters

    Cash prices for U.S. soybeans have dropped by as much as $5 per bushel since last week as processors have slashed historically high bids for the beans during the early phases of a record harvest, grain merchants and analysts said on Tuesday. Soybean prices that reached nearly $15 per bushel at a closely watched crushing plant in Claypool, Indiana, last week were about $9.80 on Tuesday for immediate deliveries, with further declines expected in the so-called "basis," or the amount above or below benchmark Chicago Board of Trade soy futures that buyers are willing to pay.


  11. Zacks Reiterates Neutral Rating for Eli Lilly andRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    's stock had its "neutral" rating reissued by Zacks in a research report issued on Tuesday. They currently have a $69.00 target price on the stock.


  12. Food bank looks for Walmart grant votesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    As part of Hunger Action Month, the Oregon Food Bank is looking for the public's help in winning a $60,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation. Fifty food banks across the nation will be selected for the awards, based on the number of votes they receive by Oct. 5. As of this week, the Oregon Food Bank had around 700 votes.


  13. New rules not likely to stop Chiquita inversion, expert saysRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer

    In this Aug. 15, 2007 file photo, Graham and Lola East shop for Chiquita bananas at a produce stand at the Farmers Market in Los Angeles. Tougher new Treasury Department rules meant to deter companies from moving offshore for lower taxes aren't likely to derail Charlotte-based Chiquita Brands International's plans to move its headquarters to Ireland, a tax expert said Tuesday.


  14. Pilgrim's Pride to hold 3Q earnings call Oct. 30Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Boulder County Business Report

    Pilgrim's Pride Corp. will hold its third-quarter earnings conference call Oct. 30, the Greeley-based chicken processor said. The conference call begins at 7 a.m. with prepared remarks from Pilgrim's Pride executives on the company's financial results followed by a question and answer period with the management team.


  15. Some believe new federal tax inversion rules could hurt Chiquita-Fyffes dealRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Will the new U.S. Treasury rules catch the Chiquita-Fyffes deal in their net as they work to crack down on tax inversion? This afternoon, a definitive answer to that question was hard to find.


  16. 3 Reasons Why ConAgra Foods Is Not a Top Dividend StockRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    ... debt and a portfolio of under performing brands. This could hamper the company's ability to reinvest cash flows. The food service behemoth had $133 million in cash on its balance sheet in the most recent quarter, compared to more than $8 billion in ...


  17. Tide Keeps Rising At WhiteWaveRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... growth as before the acquisition. Many in the market have hyped up the stock due to the M&A activity in the organic food space, including players like General Mills (NYSE: GIS ), Annie's (NYSE: BNNY ), Pilgrim's Pride (NASDAQ: PPC ), Tyson (NYSE: ...


  18. Goodlett Named Senior VP At Sugar CooperativeRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    ... to produce six million tons of refined sugar annually. The company produces a full line of consumer, industrial and food service products under the prestigious brand names of DominoA , C&HA , Tate & LyleA , Lyle's Golden SyrupA , SidulA and SoresA .


  19. Daily Dividend Report: CPB, HRL, WSM, AP, IBOCRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | MarketNewsVideo

    Campbell Soup Company declared a regular quarterly dividend on its capital stock of $0.312 per share. The quarterly dividend is payable Nov. 3, 2014, to shareholders of record at the close of business Oct. 13, 2014.


  20. Supply Chain Issues Cost U.K. Companies MoneyRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Spend Matters

    A severe winter has caused supply chain problems for Tate & Lyle the maker of Splenda causing shares to fall to a three-year low, the British company recently announced. Another U.K.-based company, grocer Tesco, has reported errors in supplier contracts have led to yet another cut in its profit outlook.