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Sequencing the genome of the most popular cacao plant in the world could lead to higher-yield plants and better-tasting chocolate. The project, published in open access journal Genome Biology , was led by Juan C Motamayor who works for food company Mars Inc in the field of cacao sustainability and genome sequencing in order to improve the value of cacao crops. By: Philippa Warr, Edited by: Olivia...
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Mars Inc's Wrigley is to relaunch its Skittles confectionery brand in the UK in the New Year with a range re-design and an extra product.
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WASHINGTON — Candy maker Mars Inc. is donating $5 million to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History to create a new gallery focused on business and innovation in the United States dating back to the 1700s, the museum announced Wednesday. The McLean, Va.-based maker of Snickers, M&Ms and pet foods will be the lead sponsor of a planned “American Enterprise” exhibit. The...
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Mars Inc., the maker of Skittles and other well-known candies, has dropped its membership with the influential American Legislative Exchange Council following pressure from liberal and progressive groups. “The Color Of Change community is thrilled to learn that Mars has ended its membership in the American Legislative Exchange Council,” Executive Director Rashad Robinson said in a statement on...
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