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Editor David Feder returned from the Research Chefs Assn. conference in Montreal with an unbridled sense of optimism for and appreciation of the membership and its direction.
Editor David Feder reminds those involved in food product development and manufacturing that flavor is the name of the game.
Editor David Feder, R.D., wrestles with the question of what makes a snack -- and snacking in general -- "good" or "bad."
Editor David Feder, R.D., wonders if the tide is finally turning against slipshod reporting of nutrition science.
The new USDA/FDA Dietary Guidelines are out, and while many food industry organizations have lauded them, they have provoked some controversy as well. Food Processing's managing editor, David Feder, R.D., provides an analysis.
Got a minute? Wellness Foods editor David Feder, R.D., will tell you what's on his mind when it comes to nutraceutical ingredients trends and the changes in how trends emerge.
Editor David Feder urges culinary professionals to stop and smell the Yellow Rose in April.
Editor David Feders shamelessly subjective ramblings on some of the good, the bad and the weird of last years wellness products and stories. Plus: Changes to the magazine for 2007.
Editor David Feder says next month's Research Chefs Assn. Conference in Montreal offers a learning experience not to be missed.
Everybody's an expert -- or so they seem to think -- when it comes to nutrition. This myopic egotism opens the door to misinformation and a swarm of nutrition fads and crazes, says Editor David Feder.
The American Assn. of Cereal Chemists International's needs to take a stand regarding its set of definitions for glycemic index, according to David Feder, editor of Wellness Foods.
The Natural Products Expo East, held last month in Baltimore, showcased thousands of new products for health and wellness as usual. But there were also some interesting trends worth taking note of. Sustainable and Free-Trade are making aggressive inroads, cherries are back, and editor David Feder...
The prospect of scientists creating meat in the lab has interesting implications, says Editor David Feder.
Editor David Feder makes ingredient trend predictions for 2008.
Wellness Foods editor David Feder, a Texas native and former resident of Israel, returns from a tour of the Holy Land's food and ingredient manufacturers.
Editor David Feder hopes this adjunct editorial about the nations biggest food recall over suspect beef and animal cruelty will make you as angry as he is.
Wellness Foods magazine editor David Feder, RD, interviews Rodger Jonas of PL Thomas on the antioxidant-rich red hot reds in this short video.
But don't rush to judgment on either side of the sodium debate.
Our annual survey finds R&D adapting to tighter economic times.
'New product development' is still No. 1, but processors are hedging their R&D bets.
The Natural Products Expo West / SupplyExpo / Nutracon / World Ethnic Market conference and trade show in Anaheim last month was one of the best shows in years, says Wellness Foods editor David Feder, R.D.
After two years of economic limbo, our annual R&D Survey shows things might just be picking up as promised.
There are trends in wellness that are so overarching as to be rote; obesity, diabetes and heart disease are really megatrends. The ingredient trends within them, however, are where processors will need to focus their energies.