When President Donald Trump announced he was going to showcase American-made products at the White House during the “Made in America” week, the obvious question soon sprung up. How were the companies to be selected?
When you mess with the proverbial bull, you’re going to get the proverbial horns. And that’s exactly what a suburban Chicago company got when Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. slapped it with a federal trademark infringement lawsuit last week.
Russell Stover has a new president and ceo. Andrew Deister, who has experience as a specialty foods executive, will assume the duties held by acting CEO Andreas Pfluger since Lindt & Sprüngli acquired Russell Stover in 2014.
Chocoholics no longer have to eat chocolate to get their cocoa fix. Legal Lean, an Orlando, Fla.-based supplements company, has introduced Coco Loko, raw, powdered cacao that can be snorted through the nose.