Hain Celestial has sold its Tilda rice brand to Ebro Foods for $342m, as it continues to simplify its portfolio of brands. Read more
Hain Celestial has sold its Hain Pure Protein business to private equity firm Aterian Investment Partners in a deal worth $80m. Read more
Hain Celestial has completed the divestiture of its WestSoy tofu, seitan and tempeh unit, as it looks to streamline its portfolio of brands. Read more
Hain Celestial has appointed former PepsiCo and Pinnacle Foods executive Mark Schiller as its new president and CEO, effective from 5 November 2018. Read more
Hain Celestial’s British rice brand Tilda has launched its biggest advertising campaign since it was launched over 45 years ago. Read more
Plant-based food companies operating in Canada have formed the Plant-Based Foods of Canada group to advance the interests of the plant-based foods sector. Read more
Hain Celestial-owned Ella’s Kitchen has launched a new children’s savoury snack brand featuring triangular wheat and potato pieces. Read more
Hain Celestial has announced that Irwin Simon will step down as CEO, 25 years after founding the US-headquartered organic food company. Read more
Hain Celestial agrees to acquire British soup maker Yorkshire Provender for an undisclosed sum. Read more
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