February 2008 Issue
Todays O.J. is pushing the boundaries of functional ingredients while widening its appeal.
David Feder shares his views on the FDA approving cloned food for human consumption. What kind of Frankenfood do we have in our future?
Aloe's popularity as a food or beverage ingredient never caught on in the past, but now that's beginning to change.
According to research data, even though fewer than 1 percent of the U.S. population have been medically restricted from ingesting gluten, the category has taken off enormously.
Pulses peas, beans, chick peas and lentils are healthy, versatile, gluten-free and environmentally friendly, proof that great things come in small packages.
Your Nutraceutical Ingredient Information Source
On the Shelf devotes this month's product profiles to beverage trends, including teas, sodas and functional drinks.
After examining a surge of negative soy reports, experts are finding they dont add up.
What's happening in the world of nutrition and health.
Heart disease kills several million women each year, but food processors are targeting it in the campaign to enhance womens heart health.
New Ingredient Profiles: Lunasin-XP
Nourish America launches new initiative to deliver prenatal nutrition to underprivileged pregnant women
Blue Pacific Flavors Inc. announces strategic collaboration agreement with HortResearch
Coca-Cola Co. purchases 40-percent stake in Honest Tea Inc.