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With Mexican, Chinese, etc., now mainstream, adventurous shoppers look for Thai, Japanese and Caribbean foods.
This products will likely reflect the wave of updated regulations combined with cleaner, healthier, free-from and plant-based ingredients.
Meat, poultry and seafood products maneuver a herd of challenges, from flavor and trend fulfillment to food-safety practices.
Meat snacks, especially jerky and sticks, continue to ride the power of protein to new flavors and twists.
Innovative flavors drive category growth for condiments, pasta sauce and cooking sauces, but reformulating for a cleaner ingredient deck is also the order of the day.
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.
SupraRed is a heat-stable natural red color for neutral pH baking and dry grocery products.
In 2017, processed foods and beverages will reflect the impact of updated regulations and the laser focus on healthier, free-from ingredients and macronutrients. Clean-label will be more heavily emphasized as will exotic flavors and more nutrients like protein.
Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our November 2018 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our March 2018 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Our news and trends editor professes her personal bliss (and bias) for all things delicious.
More healthful ingredients dominated IFTs steamy New Orleans show.
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.
Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our May 2018 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Consumers are looking for extraordinary sensory experiences, but perceptual differences present formulation challenges.
Salty snacks present unique challenges for sodium reduction.
Among the ingredient trends to watch in 2010 is a resurgence of citrus and a redder cranberry.
Salt adds taste, stabilizes the leavening process and acts as natural preservative. But food companies are faced with reducing salt in many foods. What they replace it with depends on the formulation, and must be carefully selected.
Baby Boomers (and one Gen Xer) are taking the helms of top food companies.
Our readers honor their best suppliers in 44 categories of ingredients, equipment and services.
Ingredients no one had dreamed of a decade ago are now in a host of foods, but there is much more to come from the ingredient innovation pipeline.
Our annual look at the future of better-for-you foods.
Whether they're a fad or a mainstay, energy foods are hot right now. Their solid nutrition will make many products perennial favorites.
July's mostly-ingredient show was the association's second largest.