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Prices, Emerging Markets Dominate CAGNY Talk

Food executives made their annual presentations to the Consumer Analyst Group of New York.

SymphonyIRI Reveals The Best New Food and Beverage Products of 2011

SymphonyIRI Group announces the most successful food and beverage CPG brands in its 2011 New Product Pacesetters report.

The Hartman Group’s 2014 Year in Review

The market research firm takes a look back at Food Culture 2014.

Kraft Foods to replace AIG in Dow Jones Industrial Average September 22

Kraft Foods Inc. will replace American International Group Inc. in the Dow Jones Industrial Average effective Monday.

PepsiCo Partners With Muller Group for a Yogurt Plant

$206 million Batavia, N.Y., facility expected in 2013.

Quality, Price Perceptions Hurt Food Companies

Customer satisfaction scores sag for some major and mid-sized food and beverage processors.

The Process of Processing a Healthy Savory Snack

So just how does one go about creating a line of healthy, savory snacks?

Marketing to kids remains on FTC's radar

Carbonated beverage sales lose their fizz

Housewares Show Examines Changing Trends in Home Food Prep

Annual housewares show gives a peek at changing trends in home food preparation.

Formulation Trends in 2015: Sweets in Moderation

Portion control, a fusion of flavors, healthier profiles and millennial favorites dominate the candy and confection scene as the market catches onto 'watching its sweets.'

Candy Trends Thrive on Consumers' Need for Sweet

Consumer whims and nostalgia, more than major food trends, seem to push and pull at candy and confections.

FDA Scrutinizes 4-MEI in Caramel Colors

Consumer Reports analysis reignites concern over colas.

July 2005 New Food Rollout

Kraft's South Beach lineup, Hot Pockets subs, McCormick's Veggie Steamers, Domino's new sugar container, Yoplait fortified smoothies, Nestea Ice.

Well Noted: A Wellness New Year

Editor David Feder’s shamelessly subjective ramblings on some of the good, the bad and the weird of last year’s wellness products and stories. Plus: Changes to the magazine for 2007.

Science Isn't Black and White

Science isn't salt and pepper- it's not black and white, says Editor David Feder, in questioning the "science" behind the Center for Science in the Public Interest's recent attack on salt in processed foods.

GFSI Extends its Reach

New North American representative named, local groups being formed.

2014 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey: So Happy Together

Job satisfaction is high and the 'average' salary of $97,303 is a 3.16 percent increase for this group.

Food Company CEOs Brag, Apologize at Financial Analysts Meeting

11 top food companies present to the Consumer Analysts Group of New York.

Acerola Features High Antioxidant Levels

Oranges, strawberries and peppers don't come close to the anitoxidant punch a little fruit called acerola does.

Top-selling new products of 2012: IRI Reveals Annual New Product Pacesetters

The product analyst group finds consumer-centric innovation is driving revenue growth for CPG marketers.

Glycemic Index is Not for Everyone

This month, Dr. Mark Anthony warns us of a new twist on the old low-carb nutrition fad. Handy as it is for diabetics, the Glycemic Index isn't the "be-all and end-all" of carbohydrate nutrition for everyone.

Cleansing Diets Explained

Dr. Mark Anthony discusses so-called "cleansing" diets and the making of this common part of dietary balance into an exploitable mystery.

Raw Diet Nutritionally Overrated

Dr. Mark Anthony explains that those who suggest we should eat "all raw, all the time" are offering us a raw deal, nutritionally speaking.

Potatoes Villainized by Questionable Science

Questionable conclusions and reckless reporting have painted potatoes as dietary 'bad guys.' Dr. Anthony begs to differ.

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