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  • Trident Splash Peppermint and Vanilla

    They came, they saw, they chewed, and then our 7th grade panelists concluded, "Peppermint and vanilla mix well."

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
  • The New Diabetes Formulation Paradigm

    The recent trend of developing diabetes-specific products that are mainstream and safe enough for regular consumption could transcend all healthy food and beverage categories.

    Kantha Shelke, Ph.D.
  • Liquid Meal Replacements

    The line has blurred between functional beverages and meals in a can, but both have come a long way toward providing more whole - and wholesome - nutrition.

    Kantha Shelke, Ph.D., Contributing Editor
  • Natural Products West 2006

    The Natural Products Expo West / SupplyExpo / Nutracon / World Ethnic Market conference and trade show in Anaheim last month was one of the best shows in years.

    David Feder, R.D., Editor
  • Food is Big News

    Media’s influence on consumer concerns remains strong.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
  • 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
  • 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
  • ConAgra Superpremium Canned Vegetables

    ConAgra's Hunt's brand tries to create a superpremium category for canned vegetables.

    Hollis Ashman and Jacqueline Beckley, Consumer Understanding Editors
  • 2006 Annual Capital Spending Outlook

    The biggest or most plants are going to those proteins, but broad-based growth plans hint at an 11 percent increase in capital outlays this year.

    Dave Fusaro, Editor in Chief
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