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Stonyfield Farm welcomes new strawberry flavored yogurt

BY Anna Mcgrath

LONDONDERRY, N.H. Stonyfield Farm, the world’s leading organic yogurt-maker, announced the strawberry flavored addition to their fat free Oikos Organic greek yogurt.

Planted at the bottom of the conveniently packaged Oikos strawberry yogurt cup will be actual strawberry fruit. The entire Oikos line includes other flavors (plain, vanilla, blueberry, honey), all of which make for a healthy 90-calorie or less snack.  

For further information please visit www.oikosorganic.com.

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Pepsi Bottling Group raises Q2 outlook

BY Allison Cerra

SOMERS, N.Y. The Pepsi Bottling Group announced Tuesday that it has raised its second quarter and 2009 earnings guidance. The company now expects to deliver comparable diluted earnings per share of $0.70 to $0.74 in the second quarter, a $0.05 increase from its previous guidance range.

For the full-year, PBG now expects comparable diluted EPS in the range of $2.30 to $2.40, up 10 cents from the company’s previous forecast. The company also raised its full-year operating free cash flow guidance by $25 million to $525 million.

Among the key drivers of the company’s revised outlook are: improved carbonated soft drink performance in the United States; decreased volatility in foreign currencies; and continued commodity cost deflation.

“PBG’s strong start to the year has continued in the second quarter. Improving fundamentals in our U.S. and Canada business, coupled with the success of our global pricing strategy, are producing solid results. We’re also delivering significant cost and productivity savings and superior execution at the point of sale. At the same time, we’re beginning to see favorable trends within our sector as well as in the commodity and foreign currency markets. As a result, our performance continues to exceed our expectations and we are raising our guidance,” said PBG chairman and CEO Eric Foss.

Last week, PBG announced the re-election 10 directors of its board.

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Kashi Co. expands Heart to Heart product line

BY Allison Cerra

LA JOLLA, Calif. Kashi Co. announced Tuesday the addition of whole grain crackers to its Heart to Heart family of foods.

The new whole wheat crackers are as delicious as they are nutritious, featuring pioneering ingredients including plant sterols and antioxidants, making them the first nationally distributed crackers to provide more for your heart.

Similar to the other Kashi Heart to Heart offerings, the crispy whole grain crackers offer six natural antioxidants to help support healthy arteries: extracts from green tea, white tea and grape seed, vitamins E and C, and beta carotene.

Kashi Heart to Heart Whole Grain Crackers will be available at retailers nationwide beginning in June. For more information, please visit www.kashi.com.

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