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As American consumers continue to add private label products to their shopping carts, consumer packaged goods and retail executives recently surveyed by Deloitte LLP agree: this is a trend that is here to stay.
The price differential is still there, augmented by higher quality and healthier formulations.
As shoppers' economic concerns eased somewhat in the wake of the recession, some industry observers predicted that store brands would give up their recent gains, or even decline as the economy rebounded.
Our young testers thought Kraft's Stride Mega Mystery Gum was an explosion of flavor: First Watermelon, Then Banana, Then Strawberry and Papaya.
Food Processing's Diane Toops finds that in candy and snacks, Americans are more interested in what they are eating, and are looking for new flavors to satisfy complex palates.
Food Processing reports on the new candy and snack products found at the NCA 2011 Sweets and Snacks Expo.
Unilever Food Solutions' World Menu Report measures attitudes toward eating out.
Unilever Food Solutions North America, part of a global relaunch of the Unilever Food Solutions brand uses a recently introduced three new services to help the foodservice industry.
The 2011 R&D Teams of the Year voted for you and by you -- have passion, persistence and purpose.
Our news and trends editor advises food processors to take consumers' views on health surveys with a grain of salt.
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 ...
Facing the fallout of political anxiety and doubled wholesale prices confectioners and chocolate manufacturers are learning how sweet it isn't.
Innovation and a clean label is the recipe for new food and beverage product product pacesetters.
Our News and Trends editor reports on food addictions and her love for hot fudge sundaes.
Having survived the Great Recession and significant changes in consumer spending habits, consumer product goods still face a challenge: how to stay in front of the game. In our coverage of the 2010 Pacesetters, we take a look at the products, the numbers and the trends of the best-Selling new ...
Our junior high testers felt the chocolate and mint were lacking in this Quaker Oats snack bar, claiming 'If only it were more chocolaty.'
New oils, less sodium are keys to healthier snacks.
The Housewares show, sponsored by the International Housewares Association, is only tangential to the food and beverage processing industry, but it's where you first see food trends like microwave ovens, crock pots and single-serve coffee machines, which of course do impact the foods you make. ...
Custom-blended ingredients provide economies, shortcuts for product developers.
Today's parents want to leave behind footprints that matter.
Nestle SA "pioneers a new industry between food and pharma."
From umami to yuzu, these could influence packaged food and beverage products some day.
Baby Boomers (and one Gen Xer) are taking the helms of top food companies.
As a functional ingredient, whey does not compromise on taste, clarity or stability in beverages.
Americans seem to know little about current events and economics.