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Our junior high testers were won over by the V8 V-Fusion Vegetable and Fruit Smoothie, 'I didn't think V8 could taste this good.'
Increasing pressure from Feds and parents means big challenges ahead.
Food Processing has created a deep pool of experts for both [editors] and [readers] to draw upon, both in print and on the web.
How big food and beverage companies and small ones are protecting the planet and their bottom lines.
With fat, sugar and calories on the outs, wise manufacturers are building healthy indulgences through clever application of current ingredient and technology trends.
Consumers are making choices based on sustainability efforts; heres what the top food and beverage companies are doing
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?
Consumers can join the birthday celebration with Limited Edition Birthday Cake Oreo cookies.
Red Bulls entry heats up the flat category of carbonated soft drinks
Candy and snacks sales flourish in 2009.
Our editors, readers and advisors pick the masterpieces of 2005 (and a couple of potboilers) with an eye toward healthier eating.
The new "kids" on the block: top-selling new products of 2008 focused on convenience, steaming technologies, full flavor and fewer calories, according to IRIs annual list of Pacesetters.
Marian Salzmanm, Euro RSCG Worldwide PR CEO, predicts Nordic food will gain huge ground on our very own shores and beyond this year in part because of countries imposing 'fat tax fees.'
Substantial consumer price increases may remedy increasing costs.
Criminalist finds patterns and direction out of chaos for the food industry. Click to read more of this FoodProcessing.com exclusive on Suzy Badaracco, CEO and President of Tualatin, Ore.-based Culinary Tides, a criminalist specializing in forensic toxicology.
Jambalaya, crawfish pie and filé gumbo there's something to whet everyone's appetite in Cajun country.
The obesity battle may move up front, but serving sizes may be the real culprit.
With Mexican, Chinese, etc., now mainstream, adventurous shoppers look for Thai, Japanese and Caribbean foods.
McDonalds is fighting a battle for the entire food industry, putting nutrition facts on wrappers and asking consumers to make wise choices.
Refrigerated and frozen soups for discerning (but busy) restaurant chefs.
Birds Eye Steam and Serve side dishes; Krafts healthier mac and cheese; frozen premium fruit from Dole; Crystal Light for bottled water; Mega M&M's; Pepperidge Farm Chocolate Dipped cookies
SymphonyIRI's annual Pacesetters listing is full of brand extensions, as processors and consumers sought value.
Contract manufacturer is dedicated to shelf stability and environmental stability.
Pizza. Americans can't get enough of it. It's estimated that three billion pizzas are sold annually in the U.S. That's 23 pounds per man, woman and child.
Food Processing columnist Diane Toops discusses how multi-dimensional marketing provides the healthiest fit.