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In the competitive market for "energy drinks," the aim is to advertise more caffeine, more buzz, more attitude. Even more controversy. The latest drink to bust from the pack promises the euphoria of drugs but legally. And it's receiving buzz especially from anti-drug advocates.
Connecticut's attorney general has launched an investigation into claims by Coca-Cola Co. and Nestlé SA that a new green-tea-based soft drink they are marketing burns calories, saying he is concerned the assertion may be misleading and based on "voodoo nutrition."
After two years of 20 percent increases, capital spending looks to be up only 4.1 percent this year.
Drink companies, including big players like Atlanta-based Coca-Cola, are interested in the enhanced water market because it is growing quickly and the margins are better than for regular bottled water.
Heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, like those found in fish, may give a boost to behavior, mood and personality, according to researchers from the University of Pittsburgh.
50 Cent is a judge for a nationwide cooking competition aimed at preventing childhood obesity by improving high school students' eating habits.
In 1915, a group of California farmers reinvented the humble ahuacate. The fruit now known as avocado has a buttery, nutty flesh unlike any other and presents a mouthwatering array of serving options.
PepsiCo said it will launch its first premium soft drink in the second quarter of next year.
The non-profit organization Vitamin Angels and partners have teamed up to fight malnutrition and childhood blindness of 12,500 children in India.
Catherine Holmes saw the ads for the so-called "dairy diet" and thought it would be a tasty way to lose a few pounds. After all, she loves buttermilk, yogurt and cheese.
The cherry turnovers beckon. The pastries look light and airy, with a nice little sprinkling of sugar on top. Flip the box. On the nutrition label: 7 grams of trans fats. That's like eating more than four tablespoons of butter-flavored Crisco shortening.
Taking a folic acid supplement does not cut the risk of heart disease or stroke in people with a history of cardiovascular ailments, according to a recent study.
Over the past 20 years, the diets of American adults have become more consistent with most dietary recommendations for heart disease prevention -- but the trend may not be continuing, research suggests.
Chain grocers boost organic offerings to meet customer demand.
Alzheimer's patients benefit from it just as much as expectant moms.
Coffee is a surprising source of soluble dietary fiber, but a U.S. newsletter advises it's not the only one.
When it comes to their day-to-day fare, Americans show an increasing penchant for valuing convenience over all else, including taste and nutritional value.
In a sign of growing disenchantment between the Hershey Trust and the candy companys management, all but two members of Hershey Co. board of directors resigned Nov. 11 and were immediately replaced.
It's not just sugary sodas that are adding to the obesity crisis - it's fruit drinks, alcohol and a combination of other high-calorie beverages, say UNC-Chapel Hill School of Public Health researchers.
The Natural Sprout Co. introduces its full line of all-natural sprout powders. The powders are high in vitamins and minerals and phytochemically rich.
Solbar Industries Ltd.'s family of soy isolates, functional soy protein concentrates and textured soy concentrates via USDA-FNS regulations for use in children nutrition programs.
Arcadia Biosciences Inc. has developed safflower plants with seeds containing 65 percent GLA (gamma-linolenic acid) in oil.
On the Shelf devotes this month's product profiles to beverage trends, including teas, sodas and functional drinks.