- Home Grown, Family Owned. Kapp, Jennifer // Indiana Business Magazine;Apr2002, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p44
Features several brand-name food products manufactured in Indiana. Regional and national recognition of the brands; Sales generated by the Clabber Girl baking powder; Variation of popcorn flavors from Pop Weaver; Distribution of beans and seasonings from Little Crow Foods.
- Brand News. Belamy, Gail // Restaurant Hospitality;Sep2000, Vol. 84 Issue 9, p129
Presents several brand-name food products in the United States. Infused Rice from Uncle Ben; Quesadillas from House of Raeford; Canadian-style bacon from Hormel; Farmland bacon and sausage; Jalapeno Hot Rings.
- Brand enhancement: The new game of the name. Friedman, Martin // Prepared Foods;Nov95, Vol. 164 Issue 12, p51
Reports on trends in brand names for food products in the United States. Use of descriptive adjectives or adverbs which is hoped to increase consumer recognition or are likely to enhance the image of the newcomer in the highly competitive marketplace; Extending a product's quality with brand...
- NAME THAT BRAND. // Marketing (00253650);4/25/2007, p84
A quiz concerning a food brand of Great Britain is presented.
- Recognition foe Welsh lamb. // Food Manufacture;Aug2003, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p11
Reports on the addition of Welsh lamb to Stilton cheese, Newcastle Brown Ale and Jersey Royal Potatoes on the list of 34 British products recognized by the European Union for their regional identity in Great Britain.
- NAME THAT BRAND. // Marketing (00253650);10/11/2006, p104
The article invites readers to name a food brand that was launched in 1941 by a Swedish confectioner.
- Danone Baby Nutrition (UK). // Conference & Incentive Travel;Jul/Aug2012 Brand Book, p39
The article offers information on Danone Baby Nutrition including details of its head of events, size of events, and agency roster.
- Innocent. // Conference & Incentive Travel;Jul/Aug2012 Brand Book, p39
The article offers information on Quirky food and drinks brand Innocent including details of its head of events, size of events, and agency roster.
- Kit Kat. // Marketing (00253650);8/25/2004, p84
This article presents an analysis of a telephonic conversation between an executive of the journal "Marketing" and the an executive at the Nestle Corp.'s Kit Kat Careline, to asses the quality of customer service. The call-handler was clearly well-informed about the changes because he...