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Consumer time and health push snack foods to the forefront for many packaged-food companies.
Diane Toops asks the burning question: It is something cosmic or Uncle Tony that determines why you eat your Oreo the way you do?
Breakfast/cereal/snack bars are ideal for on-the-go consumers; and they can mesh well with the new Dietary Guidelines.
Texture attributes of food often are lost in translation.
Helping consumers find enjoyment in fruits, vegetables and grains is a huge opportunity for processors and retailers.
Empty Nesters make a growing and fertile market niche. They love to cook and shop for food.
This year's SymphonyIRI New Product Pacesetters appeal to increasing at-home consumption.
Cooking Light survey finds Americans more knowledgeable about nutrition and health but less inclined to exercise.
Manufacturers are finding increasing demand for botanical remedies is both a national and international trend.
When researchers at the Hershey Center for Health & Nutrition compared the antioxidant activity in fruit powders, cocoa powder, dark chocolate, and hot chocolate, they found that, gram per gram, there was more antioxidant capacity, and a greater total flavanol content, in the cocoa powder. One ...
Good research goes bad in connecting daily candy consumption to violence.
Watching the 2009 numbers come in, IRI has identified some key trends for 2009:
Foods can be a solution (though carefully worded) for the leading cause of death.
While doubts increase about soy and sodium, there's no debating the wisdom of developing heart-healthy foods.
Food Processing's Diane Toops sits down with Jerry Shafir, CEO of Kettle Cuisine, who is celebrating 25 years of souper success.
Newman's Own Organics, Kettle Foods and Naked Juice are in sync with their customers in ways envied by mega competitors.
The $44.5 billion red meat industry posted an 18 percent increase in sales between 2002 and 2004, and a 39 percent increase since 1999,
New Orleans-based company discovers the emerging science of nutrigenomics the study of how genes and nutrients interact and how this affects our body's ability to function.
They came, they saw, they chewed, and then our 7th grade panelists concluded, "Peppermint and vanilla mix well."
The editors, contributing writers, Editorial Advisory Board and readers of Food Processing collectively picked eight top product of the past year: Dannon Activia, PepsiCo's Diet Pepsi Jazz, Kool Freeze's Kulfi bars, Birds Eye Foods Steamfresh, Campbell V8 V-Fusion, Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers, ...
Combining yogurt and cream cheese is a winning combination.
Americans seem to know little about current events and economics.
New food and beverage products on the store shelves this month.