Where is Annies Homegrown from?

Where is Annies Homegrown from?

Hampton, Connecticut
Annie’s, Inc. Hampton, Connecticut, U.S. Annie’s Homegrown (or simply Annie’s) is an American organic food company owned by General Mills. The company was founded in Hampton, Connecticut, by Annie Withey and Andrew Martin, who previously founded Smartfood popcorn along with Ken Meyers.

Who owns Annies Homegrown?

General Mills
Annie’s Homegrown/Parent organizations
General Mills announced Monday that it’s looking to bulk up on organic snacks. It’s buying natural food company Annie’s Homegrown for $820 million.

Are all Annies organic?

Although Annie’s products are organic and free of GMOs, trans fats, and added sugar, some critics argue that Annie’s is not as healthy as it purports to be.

Does Kraft own Annies?

In 2014, General Mills bought Annie’s Homegrown for $820 million. Kraft and Annie’s aren’t that different, nutritionally.

Who is Annie from Annie Mac and Cheese?

Annie Withey
Annie Withey (born 1963 or 1964) is an American farmer and entrepreneur. Withey developed Smartfood in 1984 and Annie’s Homegrown in 1989, both with her husband at the time, Andrew Martin. Withey graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1986, with a major in English.

How bad is boxed mac and cheese for you?

Boxed mac and cheese often means survival for tots and poor college students, but new research shows there may be harmful chemicals in the powdered cheese. These phthalates are hormone-disrupting chemicals that could cause reproductive and thyroid issues, as well as neurological problems in kids and unborn babies.

Does Annie’s Mac and Cheese have phthalates?

Phthalates in Annie’s Mac & Cheese? While General Mills fails to mention phthalates on the packaging for Annie’s mac and cheese or include it in ingredient lists, public reports and the defendant’s own website reveal that the products do indeed contain phthalates, the lawsuit alleges.

What is the white stuff in microwave mac and cheese?

The Huffington Post reached out to the Kraft Foods Consumer Center, where a representative identified the stuff simply as “modified food starch.” According to the representative, the starch is added to prevent the product from boiling over in the microwave.