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Ingredient line extension allows consumers to make their favorite recipes with less sugar and a boost of healthy fiber.
Solazyme Roquette Nutritionals is introducing AlmagineHL Whole Algalin Flour, a lipid-rich, whole food ingredient with dietary fiber, protein, antioxidants, and micronutrients.
Earthrise Nutritionals unveils Spirulina IL-4 for foods, beverages, meal replacements and healthy snack formulations.
Splenda Essentials allows consumers to add vitamins to their sweetener with three new formulas of no calorie sweetener products.
Novartis has taken the Mead Johnson nutritionals line and developed a condition-specific, snack replacement product.
AM Nutritionals' TheraFizz Energy offers convenient supplements for people on the go
Prolibra whey mineral protein is a patent-pending, dairy-derived ingredient for use in weight management applications. Its unique combination of active whey components work together to promote weight loss from fat.
Nutri-kids have launched the first and only ready-to-drink milk product to be fortified with healthy DHA omega-3 and fiber.
With stevia laying the groundwork, luo han guo seems poised to be the next natural non-nutritive sweetener.
The past few months have seen unusual activity from the sweetener category.
Today's beverage trends point to natural ingredients and safe sources of energy and nutrition.
A look at holiday products: new beef cut; Jones' unusual soda flavors; Eagle dessert in a kit; brown sugar Splenda; Ore-Ida frozen roasted potatoes; a gift for Fido; a better butter wrapper.
Do you know the difference between sucrose, saccharin, aspartame or sucralose?
The American Dietetic Assn.s annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo had something a lot of recent food shows have been lacking: improvements.
Discusses what processors can do to formulate food products that offset time's toll on seniors' senses of smell and taste.
Whole grain tortillas with 15-17g of protein, fiber, are low in calories and feature reduced sodium in foodservice.
Unilever takes the Promise brand further down the heart-health road with SuperShots for Blood Pressure.
From packaging to new plants, boomers, kids and fitness buffs are the real managers of the company's nutritional beverage operations.
With a ban on partially hydrogenated oils looming, bakers that have not yet switched structuring oils need to get on the bus.