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  • Potassium is Vital for Critical Body Functions

    Potassium compounds have a history of functionality, such as acting as a buffer or maintaining moisture in protein foods. But the mineral is also needed for critical body functions.

    Rebecca Jensen, contributing editor
    10/29/2007
  • Marketing to Facts vs. Myths

    Recently I've become acutely aware of the growing number of food products on the market labeled as "gluten free."

    David Schmidt, president and CEO of the International Food Information Council
    10/29/2007
  • Protecting Your Plant

    Ecolab offers the following advice on plant protection to dairy processing plants. You may well find them adaptable to your operation.

    10/09/2007
  • Snapple Introduces Classic Black Teas

    Snapple takes a page from Starbucks in introducing Classic Black Teas in ready-to-drink bottles.

    Hollis Ashman, Jacqueline Beckley and Jennifer Maca, Consumer Understanding Editors
    10/09/2007
  • Kettle Foods Opens First LEED Gold Food Plant

    Kettle Foods Inc., which has built a reputation on environmental consciousness, in September held the ribbon cutting on its second U.S. facility. The Beloit, Wis., plant is the first food plant to receive Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

    10/08/2007
  • Ingredients for Energy and Immunity

    One of the hottest trends is designing and marketing foods and beverages promising quick fixes to our energy- and health-deprived society.

    Kantha Shelke, Ph.D.
    10/08/2007
  • On the Shelf - October/November 2007

    This month's On the Shelf features a product review of gluten-free “Better Bites” sweet soy snacks, and information on natural salmon franks, tuna filets, and all-natural premium sweetened iced teas.

    10/08/2007
  • Health and Nutrition Myths

    In previous columns I’ve written about the persistence of certain health and nutrition myths, especially the salt and sodium one, that healthy adults are at risk of developing high blood pressure based on salt intake. But there are others.

    David Feder, R.D., Editor
    10/04/2007
  • Cinnamon's Impact on Blood Sugar

    One way or another, we all know cinnamon. And the spice (actually, tree bark) enjoys a well-known reputation for health based on popular herbal lore.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
    10/04/2007
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