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You can build healthier desserts and confections with the right ingredients.
Kind Healthy Snacks unveils its Kind Healthy Grains, a line of snackable gluten-free, whole grain clusters made from healthful whole grains and superfoods that deliver high fiber, protein and overall nutritional density.
Racconto Imported Italian Foods rolls out Racconto Essentials Pasta which combines the delicious, all-natural taste and texture of premium pasta with the CoroWise Naturally Sourced Cholesterol Reducer brand of plant sterols, from Minneapolis-based Cargill.
Crispy, salty, crunchy savory snacks are healthier than ever. But whats next? Manufacturers and ingredient companies are working together to help build the next generation of savory snacks.
As food industry lawsuits heat up, food manufacturers and marketers need to consider the words used to market their products.
Americans say they want to eat healthier. But not many are putting their money where their mouths are. Fast food and mid-range restaurants are getting a big, fat lesson about the vast difference in what people say ... and what they actually do. They've learned "eating healthy" is a big, noisy ...
Consumers are turning to healthier breads so long as the price is right.
Walnuts, walnut oil and flaxseed oil in one's diet make for a powerful combination in warding off heart disease, research suggests.
Oregon State's Linus Pauling Institute finds evidence that higher levels of vitamin C can help reduce the chronic diseases that today kill most people in the developed world.
It can be done. Ingredient substitutions exist that can remove fat and calories and insert fiber and whole grains tastefully.
Guayaki's Pure Heart promotes improved cardiac performance with organic yerba mate, hawthorn and yarrow.
New oils, less sodium are keys to healthier snacks.
With on-the-go dining and snacking moving to the American meal forefront, the U.S. smoothie market has been flooded with consumers looking for a quick portable meal alternative.
A little less sugar, a few more healthy ingredients can make confections respectable snacks.
Campbell Soup Co.'s North America Foodservice division brings its Campbell's Select Harvest 100% natural soups to the foodservice market to address increasing demand in universities, offices and other non-commercial locations for more nutritious options.
Harris Food Group introduces the Simply Sensible line of refrigerated, fully prepared healthy meal options in conjunction with weight loss show "The Biggest Loser."
Goya's 75 years is a tribute to a great company but is also a testament to sound marketing.
With fat, sugar and calories on the outs, wise manufacturers are building healthy indulgences through clever application of current ingredient and technology trends.
Labels, bottles and cans put cause-marketing messages in the hands of the consumer.
If chips can include a full serving of vegetables, snacking can be a healthy part of your diet.
So just how does one go about creating a line of healthy, savory snacks?
The gourmet soda market is becoming increasingly popular as the "trading-up" trend sweeps the beverage industry and consumers curb traditional soda consumption and search for healthier, more innovative alternatives.
Helping consumers find enjoyment in fruits, vegetables and grains is a huge opportunity for processors and retailers.
There's no oxymoron there. For many consumers, snacks have become the meal; for others, their diet plan promotes snacking as a means of weight control.
Condition marketing is guiding the development of healthful products and ingredients; sustainability elbows its way in, too.