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see black gumblack gum,
ornamental deciduous tree (Nyssa sylvatica family Nyssaceae) native to E North America. The leaves turn bright scarlet in the fall. The very tough wood was used for wheel hubs and other purposes.
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The addition of this low-emission fuel cell power plant to complement our existing fuel cell installation further enhances our sustainability profile, reflecting our strong commitment to the environmental welfare of the communities in which Pepperidge Farm and our parent, Campbell Soup, operate," said Harry Pettit, Manager of Systems and
In Richmond, Pepperidge Farm currently produces around 60 million pounds of cookies, crackers and frozen products each year.
Translation: Pepperidge Farm is using its popular Milano name to sell a mixture of sugar, partially hydrogenated oils, white flour, and a paragraph of other ingredients.
193bn, are Pepperidge Farm in the US and Arnott's Biscuits in Australia.
Although tasters didn't turn down the Chocolate Raspberry (the cookies were a bit rubbery; we would have liked them crisp) or the Black and White Milanos (nothing special), several would stick to other Pepperidge Farm cookie favorites, including Brussels, Sausalito, Nantucket, and Mint and Orange Milanos.
Pepperidge Farm will completely relocate out of 64 Danbury Road in Wilton and will move a portion of its office staff from 595 Westport Avenue in Norwalk to the first floor of NordenPark.
FuelCell Energy said PPL will own the unit and sell the electricity and heat to Pepperidge Farm under a power purchase agreement.
In reformulating Goldfish, one of America's most popular snacks, especially with kids, Pepperidge Farm is filling a void in the cracker aisle by providing consumers with the first line of zero-trans-fat crackers from a major brand.
Sarvary joined Campbell in 2002 as president of Pepperidge Farm.
Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB), manufacturer and marketer of foods and meals, disclosed on Tuesday that current chief strategy officer (CSO) Irene Chang Britt will be the new president of Pepperidge Farm, succeeding the retiring Pat Callaghan on 31 July 2012 and who will become a special advisor to the CEO until 1 November 2012 when he finally retires.
Campbell plans to run the business as part of its Pepperidge Farm Bakery operations.