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  • More Ammo Brought into Fight Against Diabetes

    Diabetes afflicts an ever-growing percentage of the population. However, creators and manufacturers of foods designed either directly or indirectly to prevent the development of obesity and diabetes, are bringing more and more ammo to the battle every year.

    David Feder, R.D., Editor
    04/01/2006
  • Gluten-Free Market Rapidly Expanding

    The market for gluten-free foods, currently at about $600 million annually, may be only a small piece of the overall food market, but the category is growing extremely fast - nearly 15 percent annually, according to the San Francisco-based market research group Spins Inc.

    John K. Ashby
    03/31/2006
  • Salt Unworthy of Being Demonized

    The Salt Institute justifiably asks “Where’s the outrage?” over the lack of fair play in the science media when salt proves yet again unworthy of being demonized.

    Richard L. Hanneman, Salt Institute
    03/07/2006
  • FDA Denies Petition on Whole Grain Descriptors

    Currently, hundreds of products are marketed with “whole grain” statements, despite ambiguity concerning the regulatory status of descriptors such as “good” and “excellent” source.

    Leslie T. Krasny, Contributing Editor
    02/23/2006
  • Pasta Category Redefined with Healthier Options

    Efforts to bring pasta back to consumers with high-antioxidant, organic, whole-grain and multi-grain products are redefining the category.

    Kantha Shelke, Ph.D., Contributing Editor
    02/06/2006
  • 2005 Processor of the Year: Tyson Foods

    Despite the pitfalls of the animal protein market, North America’s biggest food processor for years has been adding value to meats, tightly running its plants and staying close to its Arkansas values.

    Dave Fusaro, Editor in Chief
    12/12/2005
  • Components of Effective Heart-Health Diets

    According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly one million Americans per year die of CVD. That’s more than 40 percent of all deaths, at a rate of nearly two per minute.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
    12/05/2005
  • FDA Accepts Use of Existing Labels

    The FDA has agreed to accept requests by processors to use existing labels after the trans fat labeling effective date.

    Leslie Krasny, Contributing Editor
    11/01/2005
  • Formulating Better Meat Analogs

    Beef consumption has declined 15 percent over the past 20 years, according to the USDA. What’s making up for this decline? Maybe it’s an imposter.

    John K. Ashby, Contributing Editor
    10/28/2005
  • New Rules on Food Health Claims

    The retail highway to health is increasingly crowded with science-backed and government-allowed health claims. But then, what’s in a claim?

    Kantha Shelke and Rakesh Amin
    10/24/2005
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