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May's Ingredient Round-Up features fats and oils, including trans fats and butter replacements, refined soybean oil, stable canola and tea oil.
February's Ingredient Round-Up features colorants, including custom colors and blends, natural pigments and natural red coloring.
Salt is the focus for our February Ingredient Round Up.
Degussa Food Ingredients' Unipectine PG series pectin and GrapActive line of grape seed and skin extracts helps processors add fruit antioxidants to convenience products.
The maker of sprouted breads, flours, and seeds encourages transparency with its products; every product includes a QR code that consumers can tap into on their smart phones for access a detailed life story and video of each ingredient.
Fruit and vegetable powders, extracts and super-concentrates are making five-a-day easier.
Nestle USA partnered with select farmers to grow the ingredients for the new entree line that features six varieties of lean proteins.
Today's beverage trends point to natural ingredients and safe sources of energy and nutrition.
Wellness Foods editor David Feder, a Texas native and former resident of Israel, returns from a tour of the Holy Land's food and ingredient manufacturers.
Berries have bounced their way into cereals, energy bars and beverages. Check out how far they've come when it comes to being a favorite healthful ingredient.
April's nutraceutical ingredient profiles inlcude roobios extracts, aloe vera, functional protein whey, and drinking chocolate.
Miscellaneous ingredients, including natural mushroom products, fair-trade vanilla and powdered sprouts are featured in this month's Ingredient Round-Up.
Our ingredients glossary lists nutraceutical terms and definitions for the food and beverage manufacturing industry.
Beech-Nut Nutrition and Disney Consumer Products have introduced a line of toddler foods featuring Disney's Winnie the Pooh characters. The new line is made with natural ingredients and has a great taste that even picky toddlers will love.
Among the ingredient trends to watch in 2010 is a resurgence of citrus and a redder cranberry.
Cranberries are no longer just a mandatory side dish at holiday meal time. The cranberry's great taste and nutritious attributes now have consumers desiring this fruit year-round.
Demand for natural ingredients and clean labels spur new red and blue color solutions.
Van Drunen Farms now offers a variety of lemon flavorings for all food applications looking for a fresh citrus zing.
Shoring up the perceived beverage weak spot in the modern diet has been the objective of many processors and ingredient providers. As a result, much of what we see on the shelves has taken on a new look, feel and taste.
Beverages manufacturers are adding in an ingredient that once was relegated to baked goods and grains.
We reference the FDAs officially sanctioned food and ingredient health claims a lot and have had several requests for the complete list.
Beyond vitamin D and phosphate, new ingredients help support calcium.
Develop products for more, smaller meals and add longevity-promoting ingredients.
Walmart Stores Inc., on Jan. 20, unveiled a five-point initiative to improve Americans' nutrition, including stocking foods with fewer negative ingredients and lowering the prices of healthier foods.
Pepperidge Farm's Goldfish Colors have been revamped with fun colors from natural ingredients.