Molson Coors appoints chief people, legal officer
DENVER — Molson Coors has combined two senior positions on its executive leadership team into one.
The company said its chief legal officer Samuel Walker now will serve as chief people and legal officer. Molsons Coors’ current chief people officer, Ralph Hargrow, is stepping down from his role to pursue other career opportunities.
Walker has served as VP and global chief legal officer since the merger of Molson and Coors in 2005. Previously, he was U.S. and worldwide chief legal officer and group VP at Coors Brewing Co. since 2002.
Bossa Nova introduces reduced-calorie fruit beverages
BLUE ASH, Ohio — Bossa Nova has introduced new organic superfruit beverages.
The new juices touts 90 calories per 10-oz. bottle, the company said. The reduced-calorie juices will be available in organic acai original, organic acai blueberry, organic acai pomegranate and all-natural acerola red peach.
"Our antioxidant-rich, organically certified superfruit beverages, now available with fewer calories and less sugar, represent a winning combination for consumers wanting more wholesome beverage choices," said David Zellen, head of Bossa Nova marketing. "Additionally, we follow sustainable harvesting methods and use an eco-sensitive production process and 100% recyclable bottles."
MorningStar Farms teams up with Meatless Mondays campaign
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — MorningStar Farms is looking to help consumers improve their eating habits.
The company has launched two new better-for-you meat alternatives, including Meal Starters veggie meatballs and reintroducing Veggie Dogs. What’s more, the brand also is teaming up with the Meatless Monday campaign to help consumers make better decisions when it comes to their diet. To support the partnership, MorningStar Farms will engage customers with weekly promotions, contests and giveaways through its "MorningStar Farms Monday Button" on MorningStarFarms.com, which provides consumers with a weekly challenge and gives them the chance to collect prizes, such as a year’s supply of product and a kitchen makeover.
"We’re happy to welcome MorningStar Farms to the Meatless Monday movement, which is embraced by hundreds of thousands of people including nationally known chefs, schools, restaurants and whole communities in 21 countries around the world," said Peggy Neu, president of the Meatless Monday campaign. "Going meatless just one day a week is a simple, easy change that can have a big impact on your personal health and the health of the planet."
For more information about MorningStar Farms and the campaign, visit MorningStarFarms.com, Facebook.com/MorningStarFarms or follow @MorningstrFarms on Twitter. For more information about Meatless Mondays, visit MeatlessMonday.com.