Plant-based proteins might be the hot topic, but opportunities for dairy proteins continue to abound, according to one supplier.
Products plastering a ‘free from soy’ claim as a virtue on their packages are more ubiquitous today. What does this mean to soy-based protein products?
Are the conditions of use governing ‘healthy’ claims on food labels out of date? Yes, acknowledges the FDA, which is asking stakeholders to help it update the criteria via a public comment process, and has issued new guidance explaining that it won’t enforce the current rules providing certain conditions are met.
Vegetarians and vegans can now participate in the quickly growing jerky craze that continues to sweep the US thanks to the launch of Lightlife’s plant-based Smart Jerky.
Canadian organic cereal and snacks maker Nature’s Path has acquired a 51% stake in raw snack firm Gorilly Goods for an undisclosed sum.
Consuming prebiotic inulin-type fructans may help slash LDL cholesterol levels across a range of population groups, says a new systematic review and meta-analysis.
Reducing food waste and increasing sustainability so that food and beverage manufacturers can make more with less are common goals and key attributes of the 10 finalist food, agriculture and tech companies selected to present at the FoodBytes! Boulder pitch slam and networking event in October.
A group of investors worth $1.25 trillion (€1.1 trn) in assets are urging 16 food companies to accelerate the switch to sustainable, plant-based proteins.
PepsiCo snack brand Doritos is hoping to encourage Millennial consumers to vote in the US presidential election with limited-edition packs containing cardboard triangles instead of tortilla chips.
Slim Jim and Reddi-wip maker ConAgra Foods has bought the Frontera, Salpica, and Red Fork packaged grocery brands (authentic, gourmet Mexican food and contemporary American cooking sauces) from Frontera Foods Inc and Red Fork LLC for an undisclosed sum.
Despite recent regulatory slings and arrows the aloe market continues to expand, a trade organization representative said.
Marketers should promote the taste, flavor, and texture of whole grains more over their health benefits, experts suggested during the first day of Oldways' ‘Whole Grains Away From Home’ conference in Rosemont, IL.
“In any category—no matter how crowded—there is always a user need that is not being addressed,” said the company’s founder. So where was the Tea Spot’s sweet spot?
ROAR Beverages has launched ROAR Organic Electrolyte Infusions, which the company will be “treating like a whole new brand,” CEO Roly Nesi told BeverageDaily.
“Make no mistake,” says Dr Kurt Jetta, the founder of CPG analytics firm TABS Analytics, “Online grocery is failing.” But is he right, given that most commentators predict food e-commerce sales will grow significantly over the next several years, albeit at a slower pace than overall consumer packaged goods?
Chaska, MN-based Dynamic Food Ingredients (DFI) Corporation has struck a deal with the world's fourth largest sugar producer, Thailand-based Mitr Phol Group, to commercialize technology it claims could slash production costs for erythritol and xylitol, opening up new opportunities for the food industry.
Slated for completion next month, the new 16,000 square-foot facility dedicated to natural colors will bring the global color ingredient company closer to US manufacturers.
As recently as 15 years ago, most Americans had never heard of hummus, or even its base ingredients of chickpeas and tahini. But now the dip is a staple in many US homes and makes common appearances in lunchboxes, at picnics and on many restaurant menus.
Researchers say they have “moderate certainty” that introducing allergenic food such as peanuts or egg at an early age reduces risk of developing allergies.
How do Millennials think about food, cooking, shopping and eating out? To find out, the Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) commissioned Surveylab to conduct a nationwide online survey of 1,839 Americans (931 women, 908 men) aged between 20 and 29. Here are some of the highlights...