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  • Bakery Trends: A Team Approach

    Diverse and steady, this category wrestles with consumer dichotomy of health versus indulgence.

    Pan Demetrakakes, Senior Editor, and Dave Fusaro, Editor in Chief
    11/05/2018
  • 2018 R&D Teams of the Year: Grainful

    Whole grains products company Grainful won our R&D Teams of the Year poll in the small size category.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    06/11/2018
  • Ingredient Round Up: May 2018

    Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our May 2018 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.

    05/09/2018
  • Weight Management's Not So Sweet Spot

    Sugar, not fat, has become Public Enemy No. 1. Fruits, vegetables and natural sweeteners are aiding the fight.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    04/11/2018
  • Ingredient Round Up: April 2018

    Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our April 2018 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.

    04/09/2018
  • Ancient Grains are New Again

    Food developers are finding what's ancient is new again in heirloom grains like pinole, spelt, teff and quinoa, which can be traced back thousands of years.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    03/26/2018
  • Ingredient Round Up: March 2018

    Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our March 2018 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.

    03/21/2018
  • Formulation Trends for 2018

    This year's foods and beverages will likely reflect the wave of updated regulations combined with cleaner, healthier, free-from and plant-based ingredients. Manufacturers are also experimenting with unusual flavors, protein-based ingredients and product categories beyond their usual reach.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    01/05/2018
  • Ingredients for Digestive Health

    A trip to most supermarkets will provide consumers with digestive health products to make their digestive systems running smoothly, as more food and beverages on store shelves claim these benefits. Analysts expect the digestive health market to grow readily for these products by at least 6.53 percent in the U.S.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    10/10/2017
  • Food Manufacturers Find Success with Starches

    Modified starches have been used for years in many applications, often as a thickening agent, emulsifier or stabilizer. But processors are increasing their use of clean-label starches as well as native starches, the latter especially for gluten-free products.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    09/05/2017
  • Clean-Label Rises in Baked Goods

    Can consumers have their baked goods and clean labels too? They want flavor, convenience and a sprinkle of more nutrition, but no GMOs, which all require ingredient changes and creative ways to maintain flavors.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    08/29/2017
  • Ingredients for Children's Health

    Product developers know getting kids to eat healthy means developing products that are as tasty as they are nutritious, which can be easier said than done.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    08/03/2017
  • Healthy, 'Well'thy and Wise Foods for Women

    There are many nutritious guardians besides calcium and vitamin D available for women's health issues. The right foods and ingredients can enhance fitness and curb menopausal issues as well as fight everything from diabetes, cancer and birth defects to heart disease and stroke.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    06/01/2017
  • Developing Allergen-Free/Free-from Foods

    More food companies are catching onto the free-from movement, as most trends have emanated from the deep desire of consumers for food they can trust -- real, tasty food free of the Top Eight common allergens and artificial substances.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
    03/31/2017
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