On Jul 14, 2017, we issued an updated research report on The Hershey Company (HSY), the leading chocolate manufacturer in North America.
During the Cannes festival, I sat down with Hershey's Ronalee Zarate-Bayani and Charlie Chappel. In 2014, the 123-year-old Hershey Company updated its corporate brand, unveiling a fresh new logo aimed at reflecting the confectioner’s rich history alongside its status as a modern, global company.
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Consistent with its efforts to expand clinical services and remodeling the concept of wellness stores, Rite Aid Corporation (RAD) recently announced the grand reopening of the Harrisburg Market Street store.
Швейцарская Nestle SA, один из крупнейших в мире производителей продуктов питания, рассматривает "стратегические варианты" для американского бизнеса по выпуску кондитерских изделий, включая потенциальную продажу этих операций.
Food for the body and the soulEven if you have not read The Dharma Bums, which is the wonderful book by Zen Buddhist and beatnik Jack Kerouac, its approach to food will not leave you indifferent. The protagonists saw good food as a way to reach enlightenment, and food is in fact one of the novel's protagonists. “I wish the whole world was dead serious about food instead of silly rockets and machines and explosives using everybody's food money to blow their heads off," dreamt the itinerant author. From the gastronomic point of view, the book can be called an ode to Port wine, coffee, cheddar cheese, pea soup and bulgur. But what if the protagonists had found themselves in southern Russia, somewhere in Sochi or in Adler? Would they have found the right food for enlightenment? Instead of bulgur they’d enjoy mamalyga. This Abkhaz porridge boiled with white corn flour can be a substitute for bread, a side dish, breakfast, or basically anything. It’s excellent with meat or cheese. Say cheese: Make-your-own Camembert A salami stick with a lunch on the heights of the mountains near Corte Madera is good, but instead of the "seasoned cheddar" the protagonists would have chosen suluguni. It can be made from sheep, goat or cow's milk. It can be smoked, milky or cooked; and makes a great choice for "the most delicious dinner in the world." In a pot with water on a mountain plateau, instead of a couple of packs of pea soup they’d boil beans, out of which they’d make dense lobio; obviously to accompany the salami and the mamalyga. On the winding descent down to the city, the protagonist would be thinking not of a Hershey chocolate bar with nuts, but of juicy churchkhella. For dessert in the forest there’d be no "purple jelly," only maroon churchkhella. The Caucasian sweet is made from condensed grape juice (or any other juice) mixed with corn flour and nuts. Instead of Mexicali on the Mexican border, the bums would arrive in Gagra on the Abkhaz border, where instead of Port wine they’d buy Abkhaz wine and local dried persimmon - soft, sugary and delicately melting. It would replace the nuts and dried fruit energy snack that Kerouac lauded. The 7 most popular Russian street foods At the gas stations, as the protagonists were hitching rides, they’d eat kebab in lavash instead of burgers. All joking aside, kebab is a cult "fast food" in Russia's south. Imagine pieces of meat prepared on a spit, wrapped in a thin unleavened flatbread with onions, greens and aromatic spices. It’s worth stopping at gas stations more often for this kind of food. During the winter "stop," their parents' illusoriness of being would be explained not with the example of the orange, but with a juicy lemon. Lemon and orange can be dangerous if tasted together. You can eat an entire kilogram. And in the final chapters, instead of coffee, on the surly mountain peak the protagonist would be sipping herbal tea made with lavender, thyme, lemon balm and rose hip - very soothing, and very much in the spirit of Zen Buddhism.
A record number of women are now running Fortune 500 companies. Thirty-two female CEOs head the 500 biggest companies in the United States, according to numbers released by Fortune magazine Wednesday morning. It’s the highest number of female CEOs in the Fortune 500’s 63-year history and a big jump from last year when there were only 21 women CEOs. The newbies include Hershey chief executive Michele Buck, who had been at the company for 11 years before being named to the position, and Mattel CEO Margo Georgiadis, formerly Google’s Americas president. General Motors chief Mary Barra is the top-ranking woman on the list, followed closely by IBM’s Ginni Rometty. To be sure, there’s a long, steep hill left to climb. Women still constitute only 6 percent of the CEOs on the list and there were no black female CEOs. The glass ceiling is feeling the pressure, but it’s still fairly well intact. Fortune magazine has the full list. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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