Today’s quick hits, Jan. 19, 2022

NBB changes name: At its annual conference, the National Biodiesel Board changed its name to Clean Fuels Alliance America to “represent all its members: Biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuels.” (NBB)

Examine food consolidation: The House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee scheduled a hearing on “addressing the effects of economic concentration on America’s food supply” for Wednesday at 10 a.m. ET. (House Judiciary)

Price-fixing acquittals denied: With a new trial scheduled for Feb. 22, a federal judge in Denver has rejected requests for acquittals from 10 executives of poultry processing companies who are accused of conspiring to fix meat prices. (Law360)

Chobani plans IPO: Chobani, the maker of Greek-style yogurt, has filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering of stock in 2022. (Lexology)

Renewable diesel shortfall: Production of renewable diesel fuel will double, to 2 billion gallons, by 2025, but it will not reach the annual 5 billion gallons suggested by a flurry of announcements by investors and petroleum refiners, says consultancy Cerology. (Reuters)