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New Rules on Food Health Claims

New rules allowing the use of food claims before comprehensive FDA review and approval put greater obligation on manufacturers. While the relaxed regulation is a boon for the food and dietary supplement industry, creating a flood of foods with all kinds of health-benefit claims, understanding the...

New Health Benefits of Lycopene Discovered

Lycopene, the disease-protective antioxidant from tomatoes, is showing a wealth of new health benefits.

New Ingredient Profiles - February/March 2008

Your Nutraceutical Ingredient Information Source

February 2006 Ingredient Round-Up - Colors

These coloring agents may be visible, but the technology behind them is far from self-evident. This showcase highlights what's new under the sun.

Components of Effective Heart-Health Diets

The effective heart-health diet must be anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-obesity and anti-hypertensive all at the same time. Anti-diabetic also comes in. And of course, it has to taste good and be convenient, otherwise nobody will stick with it long enough for it to be effective.

Israel: The Promised Land … of Imports

Novel foods and ingredients from Israel would do well here in the U.S. and Canada.

Tomato Lycopene May Affect the IGF-System

Results of a study published in the November 2007 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggest that supplementing the diet with tomato lycopene may interfere with the insulin-like growth factor (IGF) system and thereby possibly decrease cancer risk.

Israel Showcases the Cutting Edge of Food and Ingredient Manufacturing

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.

Focus on Eye Health

Providing specific nutrition for eye health is becoming increasingly important for an aging population.

Botanical Ingredients Lend Color and More to Food and Beverage Products

Consumer interest in natural and organic products is translating into some colorful innovations.

Dairy's Simple Complexity

Milk is a simple food, but dairy products such as yogurt and ice cream require careful ingredient selection with a knowledge of what the consumer wants in the cup.

Natural Colors Outsell Synthetic Ones

Mintel-Leatherhead joint research shows the scales tipped in 2011.

Consumers Seeing Red and Blue When it Comes to Color

Demand for natural ingredients and clean labels spur new red and blue color solutions.

Natural Colors Contribute Micronutrients

The key role of color in product development and the micronutrients contributed by natural colors.

Often-Used Color Additives Difficult To Find Au Naturel

Growing demand for clean label colors means even "natural" won't cut it with informed consumers.

Hide the Fishiness of Omega-3s

Encapsulation is a means to hide the fishiness of omega-3s and to protect other nutrients from processing and digestion.

How Can Food Processors Help Consumers' Aching and Aging Bones?

Beyond vitamin D and phosphate, new ingredients help support calcium.

Replacing Salt With Umami

The Japanese word has become a fixed part of the food product development vernacular.

B Vitamins Find Wider Application in Foods and Beverages

B vitamins are finding wider application in foods and beverages geared toward disease prevention, performance and general health.

New Ingredient Profiles - January/February 2008

These ingredient profiles include a soy neutriceutical, prickly pear cactus extracts and antioxidant-rich berries.

On-The-Go Consumers Craving Nutrition Bars and Beverages

Time-starved consumers are replacing a meal or a less nutritious snack with hand-held protein, fruits and vegetables.

2005 Readers' Choice Awards

JECFA Affirms Lycopene Safety; Broadens Market for Tomato Lycopene

New Ingredient Profiles - August/September 2007

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