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  • For Global Cuisine, It’s A Small World

    Increased access, both online and through small foodservice and retail venues, sparks interest in new ethnic foods and flavors.

    Pan Demetrakakes, Contributing Editor
  • How Nutrients Contribute to Bone Health

    While calcium and vitamin D are effective at promoting bone health, new information proves nutrients like iron, vitamin K and C, probiotics and minerals also figure prominently.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
  • 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
  • The Next Generation of Sweeteners

    Behind stevia and monk fruit is a host of natural sweeteners, some with calories and some without.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor, and Dave Fusaro, Editor in Chief
  • Emerging Ingredients for 2018

    Here's a list of up-and-coming ingredients aligned with the healthful product trends for the new year, with new takes on fruits, grains, nutrients, extracts, colors, flavorings and others that are transparent, clean-label and possibly disruptive.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
  • 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
  • Authenticity is a Prime Ingredient in Ethnic Foods

    Whether traveling to distant places or just wishing to, consumers are looking for authentic global and regional flavors, and food processors are differentiating products that spark the imagination.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
  • Cultivating Plant-Based Proteins

    Plant-based diets and interest in plant protein ingredients are sprouting, and food companies are getting the message. But is there a place for algae, aquatic plant proteins and more?

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
  • 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
  • The State of Transparency in Food and Beverage

    Trust is the new currency of food and beverage brand loyalty, and the path to trust is transparency. But the definition of transparency means different things to different consumers.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
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