News Article | May 10, 2017
Deerfield, Illinois-based Mondelez International Inc.'s stock finished Tuesday's session 0.65% lower at $44.30, with a total volume of 5.82 million shares traded. Over the last one month and the previous three months, Mondelez International's shares have advanced 0.27% and 1.28%, respectively. Furthermore, the stock has gained 1.77% in the past one year. The Company's shares are trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages by 0.45% and 2.02%, respectively. Shares of Mondelez, which through its subsidiaries, manufactures and markets snack food and beverage products worldwide, are trading at a PE ratio of 42.03. The stock has a Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 48.00. On May 03rd, 2017, research firm Deutsche Bank upgraded the Company's stock rating from 'Hold' to 'Buy' while revising its previous target price from $49 a share to $51 a share. See our free and comprehensive research report on MDLZ at: Pennsylvania headquartered The Hershey Co.'s stock edged 0.55% lower, to close the day at $106.41. The stock recorded a trading volume of 732,489 shares. Hershey's shares have gained 17.86% in the past one year. The Company's shares are trading 3.03% above its 200-day moving average. Shares of the Company, which together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells confectionery products, are trading at a PE ratio of 45.22. Additionally, the stock has an RSI of 39.38. HSY free research report PDF is just a click away at: On Tuesday, shares in Plano, Texas headquartered Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. ended the session 0.63% lower at $90.51, with a total volume of 983,768 shares traded. Shares of the Company, which operates as a brand owner, manufacturer, and distributor of non-alcoholic beverages in the US, Mexico, and Canada, are trading at a PE ratio of 19.95. The stock is trading 5.09% below its 50-day moving average and 0.73% below its 200-day moving average. Moreover, the Company's shares have an RSI of 28.06. Sign up for your complimentary report on DPS at: On Tuesday, shares in Tampa, Florida-based Cott Corp. recorded a trading volume of 776,338 shares, which was lower than their three months average volume of 1.19 million shares. The stock ended the day flat at $12.48. Cott's stock has gained 1.30% in the last one month and 18.68% in the previous three months. The Company's shares are trading above its 50-day moving average by 2.00%. Furthermore, shares of Cott, which together with its subsidiaries, produces and sells beverages on behalf of retailers, brand owners, and distributors worldwide, have an RSI of 43.71. 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News Article | May 12, 2017
Churned Creamery announces the grand opening of their Cypress location, marking their 4th store with additional locations opening in 2017. -- Churned Creamery recently opened the doors to their fourth Southern California location in the beautiful city of Cypress. The concept, which freshly prepares handcrafted artisanal ice cream, uses traditional churning and freezing methods with breakthrough batch freezing equipment. The brand has announced various specials and the opening of 3 upcoming locations in Temecula, Yorba Linda and Irvine.Churned Creamery is the first North American ice cream concept to use state of the art churning equipment, allowing staff to create and serve freshly made ice cream at the same time. Created in small batches, Churned only uses fresh milk, cream, fruit and imports the finest ingredients from around the globe. Healthy alternatives and non-dairy options are always available as well, making Churned a concept anyone can enjoy. Popular flavors as of late include Oreo, Salted Caramel, Nutella, Whiskey & Cream and their newest addition the CroCreme™, a buttery glazed croissant stuffed with freshly churned ice cream.Churned Creamery soft opened their flagship Cypress location weeks ago, and is excited to announce their grand opening coming up on Saturday, June 3. First visitors on that date will receive special offers and family friendly prizes. Other locations in Canoga Park, Murrieta and Tustin have been proudly serving up Churned's unique brand of ice cream since 2016 and early 2017. New locations have been set in Temecula, Yorba Linda and Irvine. Official announcements for each store opening will be posted soon.On Mother's Day, all customers receive free topping with purchasePurchase 4 pints of ice cream for $28Churned Creamery stands for artisanal, premium quality ice cream while staying true to traditional churning and freezing methods. Our exclusive, state-of-the-art churning equipment allows us to serve freshly handcrafted traditional ice cream moments after the order is received. Combined with globally sourced, quality ingredients and a passion for innovative flavor profiles and combinations, customers can experience and enjoy delicious ice cream and other frozen treats churned, frozen and served straight from the barrel!Churned Creamery is the first ice cream parlor in North America to offer frozen desserts produced exclusively by our state-of-the-art equipment. This special batch freezer also serves as a beautiful visual display of the possible flavor options and combinations available to the customer. We have been able to acquire the rights to utilize this revolutionary machine to offer our customers the highest quality, freshest ice cream possible.Founded on the principles of quality, innovation and customer satisfaction, we are shifting the frozen dessert paradigm. By procuring the finest ingredients and most advanced technology, and introducing fresh business practices, we strive to elevate the ice cream experience for our customer's affiliates.
News Article | May 10, 2017
Denver Zoo is happy to announce the birth of Umi (OOH-mee), an endangered Malayan tapir (TAY-purr). The female calf, whose name means “life” in Indonesian, was born to mother Rinny, and father Benny, early the morning of May 6. She is only the third birth of her species at the Zoo. Umi will remain behind the scenes at the Zoo’s Toyota Elephant Passage habitat, while being cared for by her mother, until she is able to swim and they are both comfortable enough to venture outdoors. This is the third birth for both parents and Rinny has already proven to be a very patient mother, calmly making sure Umi is nursing successfully. Rinny was born at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo in 2007 and came to Denver Zoo from there in 2010. Benny was born at the City of Belfast Zoo in Ireland in 2006 and arrived at Denver Zoo from there in 2007. The two were paired under recommendation of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Species Survival Plan (SSP) which ensures healthy populations and genetic diversity among zoo animals. Fortunately, the couple has proved to be an excellent match. Though they are most closely related to horses and rhinos, tapirs are similar in build to pigs, but significantly larger. Malayan tapirs have a large, barrel shaped body ideal for crashing through dense forest vegetation. Their noses and upper lips are extended to form a long, prehensile snout similar to a stubby version of an elephant’s trunk. Malayan tapirs are the largest of the four tapir species. As adults, they can stand more than 3-feet-tall and can stretch from between 6 to 8-feet-long. On average they weigh between 700 and 900 pounds. They are also excellent swimmers and spend much of their time in water. They can even use their flexible noses as snorkels! As adults, Malayan tapirs have a distinctive color pattern that some people say resembles an Oreo cookie, black in the front and back, separated by a white or gray midsection. This provides excellent camouflage that breaks up the tapir’s outline in the shadows of the forest. By contrast, young tapirs have color patterns that more resemble brown watermelons, with spots and stripes, which help them blend into the dappled sunlight and leaf shadows of the forest to protect them from predators. Malayan tapirs are the only tapir native to Asia. Once found throughout Southeast Asia, they now inhabit only the rainforests of the Indochinese peninsula and Sumatra. With a wild population of less than 2,000 individuals, they are classified as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), due to habitat loss and hunting.
News Article | May 12, 2017
The Google Pixel 2 is among the most hotly anticipated smartphones of this year and a concept video envisions a sleek all-screen design and a cool dual camera setup. Google rebranded its Nexus line of devices last year into Pixel, launching the Google Pixel and Pixel XL made in collaboration with HTC. The company is expected to launch new-generation smartphones later this year and as always, the rumor mill is trying to anticipate what's to come. Google signed HTC as the contract manufacturer for two years, which means that the 2017 Pixel 2 smartphones will come from HTC as well. Without much to go on, YouTube channel Concept Creator envisioned what the Google Pixel 2 could bring to the table and its concept design is gorgeous. Before delving into the matter, it's worth pointing out that concept designs don't show a real product in its final form, but rather tease what could be. Concept Creator also came up with an attractive Galaxy Note 8 concept recently and the latest Pixel 2 Concept is equally appealing. Pixel 2 leaks so far have been scarce when it comes to design details so Concept Creators didn't have much information to include in its render. Nevertheless, it envisioned a design similar to its predecessor in some respects, but also with some cues borrowed from current flagships. Concept Creator's Google Pixel 2 design boasts dual cameras on both the smartphone's front and back. The 2016 Google Pixel smartphones already sport impressive cameras, but dual cameras front and back should significantly up the ante. Considering that increasingly more smartphone makers are now equipping their flagships with dual camera setups, the idea doesn't seem too far-fetched. The Pixel 2 concept design also includes another major trend on the smartphone market: bezel-less design. The smartphone rendered in this video sports a gorgeous all-screen design, which could be a major selling point if it's indeed in the cards. The smartphone is expected to sport an OLED screen just like its predecessor. Based on rumors and speculation so far, the Google Pixel 2 is expected to come with a 5.5-inch QHD display (2,560 x 1,440 pixels), the same Snapdragon 835 processor powering the high-end Samsung Galaxy S8, 6 GB of RAM, and 128 GB and 256 GB internal storage configurations. Google Assistant, the Pixel Launcher, and Daydream VR are almost a given, since the Pixel 2 will come as a "phone by Google." The 2016 Pixel and Pixel XL hit the market without the dust and water resistance that many other flagships have, but the 2017 Pixels are expected to make up for it. That said, the Google Pixel 2 is expected to sport an IP68 rating, enabling the device to withstand being submerged in up to 1.5 meters (about 5 feet) of water for up to 30 minutes. Lastly, rumors also hinted at an improved battery performance with this year's Pixel 2, but no specific details are available yet. The 2016 Pixel and Pixel XL featured 2,770 mAh and 3,450 mAh batteries, respectively. Google could keep the size of the battery unchanged for the Pixel 2 line, but increase the battery life through software optimizations. While the purported specs are still in the rumor state at this point, we do know for sure that Google will unveil its premium Pixel 2 range later this year and the smartphones will serve as launch vehicles for the company's latest OS version, Android 8.0 O (likely Oreo). Until more information becomes available, check out the video below to see Concept Creator's beautiful Google Pixel 2 concept design. © 2017 Tech Times, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
News Article | May 14, 2017
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, May 14, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- T.A. Cook is delighted to announce the 10th annual International SAP Conference for Treasury Management, taking place in Prague, Czech Republic on 11-13th July 2017. This two day event offers the perfect opportunity to explore how current business processes can be reimagined to elevate treasury operations. SAP solutions can help to prepare organizations to make the leap towards digital transformation thus gaining better control over treasury management - maximizing visibility into cash flow, liquidity and risk. The event will kick off with 1 full-day and 6 half-day, deep-dive, pre-conference workshops. Topics to be covered will include: Reimagining Treasury Management with SAP Solutions, S 4/HANA, Hedge Management & Hedge Accounting, Central Finance and SAP GRC Solutions and more. Each workshop offers a unique opportunity to address challenges and gain valuable guidance from some of the most knowledgeable experts on SAP applications. The workshops will be followed by the main conference, with sessions covering key topics such as: Digital Transformation Blockchain FX Risk Management IFRS Regulation Payments Hedge Management Supply Chain Finance Commodity Management Business model Trade Management Cyber Crime Hear implementation case studies from international SAP customers including but not limited to: Coca Cola, August Storck KG, Akzo Nobel, Smurfit Kappa, Mondelez International, Givaudan and more! Also on offer will be SAP solution update sessions; interactive micro-forums covering innovation, technology and compliance; a vibrant exhibition showcasing SAP implementation partners and a not-to-be-missed evening celebration! Visit the official web site to download the conference brochure, find out more information about the event and register: https://goo.gl/52Kgbb
News Article | May 14, 2017
Receive press releases from T.A. Cook Conferences Ltd: By Email Birmingham, United Kingdom, May 14, 2017 --( This two day event offers the perfect opportunity to explore how current business processes can be reimagined to elevate treasury operations. SAP solutions can help to prepare organizations to make the leap towards digital transformation thus gaining better control over treasury management - maximizing visibility into cash flow, liquidity and risk. The event will kick off with 1 full-day and 6 half-day, deep-dive, pre-conference workshops. Topics to be covered will include: Reimagining Treasury Management with SAP Solutions, S 4/HANA, Hedge Management & Hedge Accounting, Central Finance and SAP GRC Solutions and more. Each workshop offers a unique opportunity to address challenges and gain valuable guidance from some of the most knowledgeable experts on SAP applications. The workshops will be followed by the main conference, with sessions covering key topics such as: Digital Transformation Blockchain FX Risk Management IFRS Regulation Payments Hedge Management Supply Chain Finance Commodity Management Business model Trade Management Cyber Crime Hear implementation case studies from international SAP customers including but not limited to: Coca Cola, August Storck KG, Akzo Nobel, Smurfit Kappa, Mondelez International, Givaudan and more. Also on offer will be SAP solution update sessions; interactive micro-forums covering innovation, technology and compliance; a vibrant exhibition showcasing SAP implementation partners and a not-to-be-missed evening celebration. Visit the official web site to download the conference brochure, find out more information about the event and register: www.tacook.com/saptreasury Birmingham, United Kingdom, May 14, 2017 --( PR.com )-- T.A. Cook is delighted to announce the 10th annual International SAP Conference for Treasury Management, taking place in Prague, Czech Republic on 11-13th July 2017.This two day event offers the perfect opportunity to explore how current business processes can be reimagined to elevate treasury operations. SAP solutions can help to prepare organizations to make the leap towards digital transformation thus gaining better control over treasury management - maximizing visibility into cash flow, liquidity and risk.The event will kick off with 1 full-day and 6 half-day, deep-dive, pre-conference workshops. Topics to be covered will include: Reimagining Treasury Management with SAP Solutions, S 4/HANA, Hedge Management & Hedge Accounting, Central Finance and SAP GRC Solutions and more. Each workshop offers a unique opportunity to address challenges and gain valuable guidance from some of the most knowledgeable experts on SAP applications.The workshops will be followed by the main conference, with sessions covering key topics such as:Digital TransformationBlockchainFX Risk ManagementIFRS RegulationPaymentsHedge ManagementSupply Chain FinanceCommodity ManagementBusiness modelTrade ManagementCyber CrimeHear implementation case studies from international SAP customers including but not limited to: Coca Cola, August Storck KG, Akzo Nobel, Smurfit Kappa, Mondelez International, Givaudan and more.Also on offer will be SAP solution update sessions; interactive micro-forums covering innovation, technology and compliance; a vibrant exhibition showcasing SAP implementation partners and a not-to-be-missed evening celebration.Visit the official web site to download the conference brochure, find out more information about the event and register:www.tacook.com/saptreasury Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from T.A. Cook Conferences Ltd
News Article | August 7, 2017
"The Triscuit brand has evolved throughout its 100-plus-year history by delivering what consumers want, whether that's new flavors; quick, everyday recipe solutions; or now, Non-GMO Project Verified snacking options," said Kailey Clark, Brand Manager, Triscuit North America. "The Non-GMO Project Verified seal is the gold standard. It is the most trusted label among consumers, and we are proud to offer that level of product transparency to Triscuit customers." With more than half of Americans looking for non-GMO food and beverages1, and more than a quarter choosing foods because they have non-GMO labels2, the decision to offer Non-GMO Project Verified snack options was based heavily on consumer preferences. "We are thrilled Triscuit Crackers has converted its entire portfolio to be made with Non-GMO Project Verified ingredients," said Courtney Pineau, Associate Director of the Non-GMO Project. "As an organization, we believe that consumers have a right to know what is in their food and have access to non-GMO choices. Triscuit shares that vision, and we are excited to be working with them through this collaboration to continue that commitment." Triscuit Cracker boxes bearing the Non-GMO Project Verified seal began rolling out to retailers nationwide in late July, with the transition of the full product line expected to be complete by the end of September 2017. For more information on Triscuit and its Non-GMO Project Verification, visit Triscuit.com. About Mondelēz International Mondelēz International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MDLZ) is building the best snacking company in the world, with 2016 net revenues of approximately $26 billion. Creating more moments of joy in approximately 165 countries, Mondelēz International is a world leader in biscuits, chocolate, gum, candy and powdered beverages, featuring global Power Brands such as Oreo and belVita biscuits; Cadbury Dairy Milk and chocolate; and Trident gum. Mondelēz International is a proud member of the Standard and Poor's 500, NASDAQ 100 and Dow Jones Sustainability Index. Visit www.mondelezinternational.com or follow the company on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MDLZ
Agency: GTR | Branch: EPSRC | Program: | Phase: Training Grant | Award Amount: 3.99M | Year: 2014
The Scottish Doctoral Training Centre in Condensed Matter Physics, known as the CM-DTC, is an EPSRC-funded Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) addressing the broad field of Condensed Matter Physics (CMP). CMP is a core discipline that underpins many other areas of science, and is one of the Priority Areas for this CDT call. Renewal funding for the CM-DTC will allow five more annual cohorts of PhD students to be recruited, trained and released onto the market. They will be highly educated professionals with a knowledge of the field, in depth and in breadth, that will equip them for future leadership in a variety of academic and industrial careers. Condensed Matter Physics research impacts on many other fields of science including engineering, biophysics, photonics, chemistry, and materials science. It is a significant engine for innovation and drives new technologies. Recent examples include the use of liquid crystals for displays including flat-screen and 3D television, and the use of solid-state or polymeric LEDs for power-saving high-illumination lighting systems. Future examples may involve harnessing the potential of graphene (the worlds thinnest and strongest sheet-like material), or the creation of exotic low-temperature materials whose properties may enable the design of radically new types of (quantum) computer with which to solve some of the hardest problems of mathematics. The UKs continued ability to deliver transformative technologies of this character requires highly trained CMP researchers such as those the Centre will produce. The proposed training approach is built on a strong framework of taught lecture courses, with core components and a wide choice of electives. This spans the first two years so that PhD research begins alongside the coursework from the outset. It is complemented by hands-on training in areas such as computer-intensive physics and instrument building (including workshop skills and 3D printing). Some lecture courses are delivered in residential schools but most are videoconferenced live, using the well-established infrastructure of SUPA (the Scottish Universities Physics Alliance). Students meet face to face frequently, often for more than one day, at cohort-building events that emphasise teamwork in science, outreach, transferable skills and careers training. National demand for our graduates is demonstrated by the large number of companies and organisations who have chosen to be formally affiliated with our CDT as Industrial Associates. The range of sectors spanned by these Associates is notable. Some, such as e2v and Oxford Instruments, are scientific consultancies and manufacturers of scientific equipment, whom one would expect to be among our core stakeholders. Less obviously, the list also represents scientific publishers, software houses, companies small and large from the energy sector, large multinationals such as Solvay-Rhodia and Siemens, and finance and patent law firms. This demonstrates a key attraction of our graduates: their high levels of core skills, and a hands-on approach to problem solving. These impart a discipline-hopping ability which more focussed training for specific sectors can complement, but not replace. This breadth is prized by employers in a fast-changing environment where years of vocational training can sometimes be undermined very rapidly by unexpected innovation in an apparently unrelated sector. As the UK builds its technological future by funding new CDTs across a range of priority areas, it is vital to include some that focus on core discipline skills, specifically Condensed Matter Physics, rather than the interdisciplinary or semi-vocational training that features in many other CDTs. As well as complementing those important activities today, our highly trained PhD graduates will be equipped to lay the foundations for the research fields (and perhaps some of the industrial sectors) of tomorrow.
Agency: GTR | Branch: Innovate UK | Program: | Phase: Collaborative Research & Development | Award Amount: 437.80K | Year: 2016
Mondelez International is fully committed to make a significant reduction in salt content across its product portfolio by 2020. Through this project, in partnership with the University of Nottingham, a novel approach to reduce the salt levels in crackers and savoury snacks will be developed. Ultimately a new alternative to standard topping salt will be developed and made available in the UK enabling great tasting products with lower salt levels. This will to allow consumers to continue enjoying the products they love without consuming unnecessarily high levels of salt.
Agency: GTR | Branch: Innovate UK | Program: | Phase: Collaborative Research & Development | Award Amount: 352.96K | Year: 2016
A collaboration between Mondelez International, Molson Coors, Campden BRI, Naturis and Atritor will develop and evaluate applications for a high fibre value-added ingredient generated from spent brewery grain. This project will call on the combined knowledge of these companies, whose expertise spans the full food chain from raw material generation and ingredient manufacture, through engineering, analytical and consumer science testing, product development and application to commercialisation of the new ingredient.