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Global ingredients and cuisine, new twists on comfort foods, creative combinations of the natural and the exotic are trends that continue to gain momentum.
Consumers are looking for extraordinary sensory experiences, but perceptual differences present formulation challenges.
Millennials may be behind the posting of food photos but they also embrace "naturalness."
Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our March 2019 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Strong flavor fusions, responsibly sourced ingredients and (of course) plant-based foods are among 2019 trend predictions.
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 May 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.
This products will likely reflect the wave of updated regulations combined with cleaner, healthier, free-from and plant-based ingredients.
Visuals are growing in importance today, and the future looks rosy for simpler, brighter, simple colors that are both functional and attention-getting.
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.
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.
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.
With the GMO labeling deadline looming, ingredient suppliers offered clean ingredients at the IFT 2016 expo.
Their use undoubtedly will fade over time, but synthetics continue to shine in some applications.
The new year will see more alternative proteins and sweeteners, Southeast Asian flavors and 'sweet heat,' and cleaner, more natural everything.
Whether they're a fad or a mainstay, energy foods are hot right now. Their solid nutrition will make many products perennial favorites.
Everything from craft beers to ruby ports and smoky whiskeys are pouring it on to enhance existing flavors or add greater interest to the ordinary.
Technical innovation and new formulations and ingredients mark IFT's annual meeting of the food industry.
Meat snacks, especially jerky and sticks, continue to ride the power of protein to new flavors and twists.
Safe, clean flavor enhancement is the name of the game, so processors need to take extra care when modulating taste.
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.
Ethnic flavors are expected to trend heavily this year, and they won't be the same old enchilada.
Food and beverage ingredients hand-picked by the editors of Food Processing.
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.