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They're numerous, cool and impressionable. They already spend millions. In a decade or so, theyll be your primary market. Are you talking teens' language?
Ingredient technology advances are providing a growing array of uniquely functional proteins.
Contributing Editor John Stanton points out that Hispanics are brand-loyal, at-home cooks with big households -- in many ways, they are ideal customers.
A first-time attendee arrived hungry, left fulfilled.
Nutrition is complicated. It's not a bad thing to question the science underlying conventional wisdom.
Robby Martin, senior engineering project manager with Bush Brothers & Co., shares the keys to establishing a more productive mindset.
In spite of all the press and the studies and the looming health issues, it appears parents are just not that concerned about childhood obesity.
As long as most shoppers remain female, it's essential to get more women in marketing and leadership positions.
The winner of our medium R&D Team award revels in its product constraints.
The Next Big Thing – in technology, product development or consumer tastes – is a perpetual quest, and there may be missteps, but don’t stop trying.
Revisiting six sugar replacers that don't have the PR agents that stevia and monk fruit have.
A reborn New Orleans plays host to the Research Chefs Assn. Culinology conference, March 8-11.
Culinology on the Rise meets New Orleans on the road to recovery.
Goya's 75 years is a tribute to a great company but is also a testament to sound marketing.
Fat mimetics derived from carbohydrate or protein sources can perform the functions of fat at lower calories.