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Make foods more nutritious with Drum-dried Butternut Squash from Van Drunen Farms.
Individually Quick Frozen and Freeze-dried Kale from Van Drunen Farms helps to conveniently create nutritious products for your customers.
Food products can be sweet and complete by adding Freeze-dried Cherries from Van Drunen Farms.
Consumers and food processors can add real onion flavor without shedding a tear by using IQF Sauteed Onion Products From Van Drunen Farms.
Van Drunen Farms adds freeze-dried organic bananas to its offerings.
Van Drunen Farms' freeze-dried canned pears can be used to add pear flavor to baked items, bars, snacks and hot and cold cereals.
Tate & Lyle is growing its line of food starches with the launch of X-PAND'R 683.
Adding the flavor, nutrition, color and texture of fresh vegetables now goes a step further with IQF Fine-diced Vegetables and IQF Vegetable Purees available from Van Drunen Farms.
If you can stand the heat, you just may hang around the kitchen a little longer. That's the message coming out of the research into the benefits of our favorite spices.
Colorant makers are becoming key allies in helping food and beverage companies meet growing demands for naturally derived colorants.
Removing bitterness, getting children to enjoy vegetables plus other mysteries of improving childrens nutrition.
As a marketing enhancement, All-Natural is a natural. But as a definition on a food or beverage label, it resides in a gray legal area.
Consumers can add insulin resistance as an increasingly important concern along with obesity and type 2 diabetes; however, food processors can add fiber and resistant starch in tasty, functional foods and beverages to help counter that concern.
Shelf-stable products are a boon to foodservice but a bear for processors product development labs, according to Food Processing's Ingredients Editor Kantha Shelke.
Advances in the two workhorses enable healthier food products.
The modern approach to snacking is changing as progressive companies make an effort to lift snacking to its original status
Between the interest in fiber and food allergies and other health issues such as celiac disease, its time to spill the beans about these specialty flours.
Fiber, as a natural dietary component, continues to garner attention, and as a versatile food additive it can enhance the attraction of almost any product.
Taste profiles from bacon to mango (plus complex combinations) can be created by custom flavor companies.
With stevia laying the groundwork, luo han guo seems poised to be the next natural non-nutritive sweetener.
The lowly nut has the ability to grow an entire tree. Now that’s food power you just have to respect!
Like some counter-culture version of the Manhattan Project, the organic movement progressed for decades pretty much unnoticed.