The company that sued Just Mayo is now jumping on the vegan mayo bandwagon. Hellman’s Eggless Mayo hits store shelves in February.
Unilever, the parent company for mega-mayonnaise brand Hellman’s, is suing three-year-old Silicon Valley startup, Hampton Creek—maker of Just Mayo—the egg-free mayonnaise that claims to not only perform better than the other stuff, but do it without the addition of any animal products.
A new study confirms that fish and seafood contaminated with harmful plastic fragments can be traced back to products like Neutrogena’s Deep Clean and Johnson & Johnson’s Clean & Clear. According to [ … ]
A new report by Friends of the Earth, Tiny Ingredients, Big Risks [PDF], documents a tenfold increase in unregulated, unlabeled “nanofood” products on the American market since 2008. Not surprisingly, [ … ]
A new Oxfam campaign published today, Behind the Brands: Food Companies Scorecard, ranks social policies of food and beverage companies and things aren’t looking good for the top 10 food companies [ … ]
General Mills and Kellogg’s want to sell sugary processed foods like Froot Loops and Lucky Charms to your kids. This isn’t anything new. But under the guise of the new [ … ]