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Natural caffeine is abundant in our modern, high-energy society. The sun never sets on the Starbucks empire. And talk about teas, once we discovered antioxidants and EGCG, variety in the tea market went through the roof.
Inviting tea lovers to become tea alchemists and create their own signature blends.
Snapple takes a page from Starbucks in introducing Classic Black Teas in ready-to-drink bottles.
The Housewares show, sponsored by the International Housewares Association, is only tangential to the food and beverage processing industry, but it's where you first see food trends like microwave ovens, crock pots and single-serve coffee machines, which of course do impact the foods you make. ...
The Food Safety Modernization Act has become one of the victims of feuding in Washington. Is good enough good enough?
One of the primary challenges food and beverage marketers face is the conceptualization of innovative products. Whether it's the next generation of energy drinks, a new twist on a classic flavor or reinventing the candy bar as a meal replacement, Wild Flavors is always on the lookout for big ...
Planetary Herbals' Slippery Elm Lozenges is based on a natural ingredient -- the inner bark of the slippery elm tree -- used by Native Americans, are a natural way to soothe dry, tired, aching throats.
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...
The top new food products of April 2008
Weve been putting flax on our cereal as a plant source of highly valuable omega-3 fatty acids, but look for the word lignan to begin popping up on labels of foods with added flax, much as isoflavones became the reason for our expanded appetite for soy products.
A $101 billion global company works hard at understanding shoppers with a $60 weekly food budget.
The 19th annual DuPont Awards find innovation the world over. The awards honor not just the packaging but also the technology and processes, equipment and converters that create the end-use packages. Nominations are accepted from both packaged goods marketers and from companies directly involved ...
Exotic flavors filtered down through the ethnic medley of food-centered culture has opened American palates to flavorful combinations.
The International Food Information Council Foundation's seventh annual 2011 IFIC Functional Foods/Foods for Health Consumer Trending Survey shows 87 percent of American consumers are interested in learning more about beneficial products that can provide a host of health benefits, from maintaining...
America's obsession with its waistline has made the food industry pay closer attention to a new breed of diet- and weight-friendly foods.
Glacéau, a business unit of Coca-Cola Co., is introducing an improved line of Fuze flavored beverages that blend together the goodness of diverse fruity flavors and nutritional ingredients.
Imagine thousands of compounds in foods and every one of them good for you. Of course, instead of imagining you could also read this brief overview on these helpful chemical compounds from plants.
The most pressing regulatory issues of 2008.
Superfruits don't need to be exotic. Even domestic fruits can pack high levels of antioxidants.
Innovation and a clean label is the recipe for new food and beverage product product pacesetters.
Kemin's GT-FORT is a green tea-based water-soluble liquid extract that slows the deterioration of frying oil.
Tea Forte launches Noir pan-roasted black teas.
Whole grains, antioxidants and soy rank at the top of the healthful ingredients consumers claim they seek in the marketplace.
Bank Saracin's sustainability rankings remind food manufacturers that there is still a lot of ground to cover on the path toward sustainability.
Whatever happened to ginseng? This popular pioneer of functional ingredients was the belle of the good-for-you ball 25 years ago. Ginseng may have faded from the popularity contest point of view, but sales are still strong and it still has a myriad of uses.