After selling off iconic brands like Skippy, Wish-Bone, Ragu, Bertolli, P.F. Chang’s, and SlimFast, Unilever North America president Kees Kruythoff is confident that its leaner food portfolio is poised for sustainable growth. “We remain committed to our global foods and refreshment categories, which include savory [foods], spreads, dressings, tea and ice cream,” Kruythoff told SN. “We’re investing back in our iconic brands through focusing on brand equity and ...

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