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The demand for low-sodium formulations is still big enough to stimulate creative solutions to the problem of lowering the salt content of prepared food while retaining customer appeal.
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.
Salt reduction technology can help comply with FDA plans to gradually reduce sodium levels.
There are trends in wellness that are so overarching as to be rote; obesity, diabetes and heart disease are really megatrends. The ingredient trends within them, however, are where processors will need to focus their energies.
September's Ingredient Round-Up features fruits, nuts and vegetable ingredients, including cranberry, soybutter and green tea ingredients. Read on for the latest formulations from Kalsec Inc., Robertet Flavors and many more.
September's Ingredient Round Up focuses on fruits, nuts and vegetables
This round-up features several natural ingredients which, while not new in and of themselves, keep finding new applications in food processing.
Consumers want to be assured that lower sodium does not mean less taste.
Food formulators use stealth options for hiding nutrients and healthy ingredients in children's snacks, meals and beverages. New ingredients, methods and technologies are making this task even easier.
July's Ingredient Round-Up features gums, hydrocolloids and emulsifiers, including all-natural fat replacers, replacement dairy fats, organic inulin and custom emulsifier blends. Read on for the latest formulations from Danisco, Cargill, Cognis, and many more.
While vendors tweak the sodium replacer, other mineral salts jockey for position.
In 2014, formulators can dig into the spice drawer and do more with sweeteners and more healthful ingredients.
Manufacturers continue looking for ways to lower sodium without losing flavor.
April's Ingredient Round-Up features sweeteners, including low-calorie, sugar-free, natural and powdered formulations and blends.
These five fine fat replacers can help processors achieve their formulation fantasies.
A near-record crowd sampled ingredients healthy and exotic.
Salt for Life Sea Salt Blend - sea salt with 70 percent percent less sodium than table salt - delivers the true taste of salt using a patented sodium-reduction technology from Nu-Tek Food Science.
Salty snacks present unique challenges for sodium reduction.
Remove up to 50% of salt without compromising taste with SaltTrim, even in organic applications
Will acai be the next pomegranate? Is it time to develop Argentine frozen dinners? Will dark chocolate work on pizza? Here are our predictions for the flavors and ingredients that will be hot this year.
Yeast extracts, improved potassium chloride, even spices can provide the flavor enhancement once are unique to salt.
On obesity, food safety, 'questionable' ingredients, the industry can do a better job of tactfully defending itself; the key is transparency.
Whether the goal is cost reduction or following consumer trends, even the most honored recipe can be tweaked with new ingredients.
While a closer look at sodium means processors may now feel better looking for their long-lost shaker of salt, consumers still are taking their wariness to the checkout counter.