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Is Glycemic Index Here to Stay?

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Glycemic Index either will be the next big fad or will fizzle under its own conflicting character. More research is needed before processors should jump in (but that didn’t stop the Atkins frenzy).

Trends Point Toward Smaller Meals, Healthy Ingredients

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With trends toward more but smaller meals and health-imparting ingredients, don't let dinner spoil your snacks!

Acerola Features High Antioxidant Levels

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

2012 Manufacturing Trends Survey: Can Production This Year Top 2011?

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Processors can't get a break from uncertain markets, rising costs and changing safety standards, but they continue to grow and keep optimism high.

Is Noni Juice Worth the Hype?

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Noni juice is being promoted with more relentlessness worthy of P. T. Barnum. Its antioxidant capacities are certainly there, but are they worth the high price and dubious flavor profile? Some processors may want to take a "Not in My Back Yard" stance.

Adding Fiber and Whole Grains to Recipes

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Lots of formulations are adding fiber and whole grains to recipes. Don't let the R&D dept. gum up your machinery!

Meeting Functional Health Trends

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As the mega-trend toward healthy lifestyles continues to drive consumer products, WILD Flavors, Inc. remains dedicated to producing innovative functional ingredients and applications. WILD's H.I.T.S. --Health Ingredient Technology and Solutions-- Team was created for the sole purpose of ...

Top Food and Beverage Companies for 2006: It's been a tough year

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Energy, raw materials and employee benefits costs have weighed heavily on the food group, making for a lackluster 2005; things aren’t improving this year.

A Primer on Enzymes

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For those who can't digest lactose, lactase can make short work of the problem. Lactase is an enzyme that splits lactose into its constituent sugars, glucose and galactose.

Generation Y a Big Opportunity for Marketers

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An opportunity like Generation Y hasn’t been dealt to marketers since the baby boom hit.

Food Biz Kids: V8 V-Fusion Vegetable and Fruit Smoothie 'Tastes Like Berries ...

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Our junior high testers were won over by the V8 V-Fusion Vegetable and Fruit Smoothie, 'I didn't think V8 could taste this good.'

Multipurpose Taurine Works Alone

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The powerful amino acid taurine doesn’t hang around building proteins.

Heart Health Through Added Ingredients

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Heart health isn't just about removing certain ingredients, such as trans fats and hydrogenated oils. It’s also about adding ingredients, such as omega3s, fiber, antioxidants, CoQ-10 and phytosterols.

Natural Label Not Standardized

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Organic is a standard that has the same meaning from Portland, Ore., to Portland, Maine, but natural doesn't.

2009 R&D Teams of the Year: There Is No ‘I’ in R&D

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But somewhere among those words are the letters T-E-A-M. We asked you to pick the most innovative R&D teams and you gave us three: General Mills, Kettle Foods and Peas of Mind.

December 2005 Ingredient Round-Up - Stabilizers

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This quartet of ingredients doesn't play jazz, but its members sure can mellow out a feisty food product formulation.

March 2006 Equipment Round-up - Refrigeration and Freezing

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This line-up of the latest in freezing and refrigeration equipment won't leave you cold.

Ingredient Round Up October 2008: Miscellaneous Ingredients

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October's Ingredient Round Up includes a cornucopia of miscellaneous you shouldn't do without

Chew on this: Sweet Products for Food Processors to Consider

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Ingredient manufacturers haven't wasted any time developing sweeteners that fulfill many of their clients' needs.

Rising Commodity Prices Make For Rise in Food Prices

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Consumers aren't the only ones feeling the pinch on the grocery store shelves.

Americans chew the fat on eschewing fat

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An NPD Group study shows that, New Year’s resolutions notwithstanding, Americans don’t opt for pound-shedding strategies until swimsuit time.

Energy Drinks Spike in Sales; Fail With New Customers

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According to Mintel research, energy drink manufacturers saw and increase a 136% increase in sales from 2005-2009 but are having a tough time attracting new customers. 74% of those surveyed say they don't consume energy drinks/shots and 69% of those non-users are not interested in trying them.

PepsiCo: Ours is a 100 Percent Plant Bottle

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PepsiCo's "green" bottle is 100 percent recyclable...but it won't be available till 2012.

GMO-Free Cheerios Fail to Move the Needle

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Chairman/CEO says no sales bump, consumers aren't interested.

2006 Reader's Choice Awards

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Please fill out the Readers' Choice Awards ballot you should have gotten via e-mail on Nov. 20 or 30 - it might be worth $100. If you're a food processor (only) and didn't get one or misplaced it, send an e-mail requesting a ballot to Dave Fusaro at dfusaro@putman.net.

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