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Planters, a brand of Kraft Foods rolls out "No Need to Stir" Planters Natural Creamy Peanut Butter Spread made of 90 percent US-grown peanuts.
A "natural" claim for foods is still subject to uncertainty over standards.
As consumers scrutinize food labels for artificial ingredients of all kinds, natural colors are growing in number.
Colorant makers are becoming key allies in helping food and beverage companies meet growing demands for naturally derived colorants.
Food processors' ability to keep foods natural while improving their taste has risen in tandem with consumers' expectations thanks to the right stabilizers.
With stevia laying the groundwork, luo han guo seems poised to be the next natural non-nutritive sweetener.
Package structures and graphics are rising to the occasion as organic and all-natural products go mainstream.
Conventional soft drink sales may be down, but things are bubbling for low-calorie, naturally sweetened drinks.
Natural Products Expo East, like the natural and organic food sub-industry it represents, is growing at a healthy clip.
Vienna Beef will enter the rapidly expanding natural products marketplace when it begins production of an all natural frank.
Natural, nutraceutical and green lead Innovas top 10 trends.
Through patented technologies, Graceland Fruit is able to control the infusion and drying process in a more gentle manner enabling the company to maintain the natural red cranberry color while also maintaining the high vitamin content that is found naturally in cranberries.
Today's beverage trends point to natural ingredients and safe sources of energy and nutrition.
There has been a steady stream of new, often natural sweeteners.
Fusion Precise Natural Color Systems
The Natural Products Expo East, held last month in Baltimore, showcased thousands of new products for health and wellness as usual. But there were also some interesting trends worth taking note of. Sustainable and Free-Trade are making aggressive inroads, cherries are back, and editor David Feder...
50 different state laws on labeling natural and genetically engineered foods would harm us all.
The exclusive North American joint venture will combine the natural benefits of both sugar and stevia to develop reduced-calorie natural sweet product solutions for the beverage and food industries.
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, says Wellness Foods editor David Feder, R.D.
A hugely successful Natural Products Expo West brings out the fringe and the cutting edge of new food products.
Organic is a standard that has the same meaning from Portland, Ore., to Portland, Maine, but natural doesn't.
David Feder speaks with Naturex's Jacques Dikansky, Melissa's World's Robert Schueller, Blue California's Cecilia McCollum and Lipogen's David Ruttenberg at this year's Natural Products Expo West
With no federal guidance on how a product can be labeled as natural, how can companies compete while minimizing potential liability? There is no "one-size" answer, but several low-cost, effective solutions can help mitigate the risk.
The National Honey Board recently conducted a survey which showed 96% of its respondents believe honey is a natural sweetener.
Natural Products Expo West continues to grow, with chia, Greek yogurt and cereal bars prevalent this year.