Consumer Demand Spurs Innovation in Protein Based Products

Posted on:November 20, 2018

RESEARCH REVEALS that consumers continue to seek foods that provide a good source of protein, whether that protein comes from a traditional source or new, innovative products. “Consumers are interested in protein, but they also understand they can get it … Continue reading


Consumers Lean Toward Simplified, Comprehensible Labels

Posted on:November 14, 2018

Consumers are craving transparency now more than ever. Clean label is the industry’s response to that need for label transparency. “Today, 94% of consumers feel that it is important for brands to be transparent; 83% would value having more in- … Continue reading


Cultural Use & Functional Properties of Ancient Grains

Posted on:November 13, 2018

“What is old is new again,” said Melanie Goulson, MS, Principle Scientist, Merlin Development, Inc. — a food and beverage R&D and commercialization firm, and Adjunct Professor, St. Catherine University, as she referenced the surging interest in ancient grains. “Ancient … Continue reading


Consumers’ Focus on Health and Wellness Drives Clean-Labeled Product Demand

Posted on:October 29, 2018

Consumers are very passionate about clean label issues, and clean label category segments are growing much faster than their traditional counterparts. Untapped clean-label opportunities exist in various fresh and packaged-foods categories, such as frozen pizza, luncheon meats, salad dressing, sweet … Continue reading


What Are Consumers’ Attitudes Toward Sweeteners

Posted on:August 8, 2018

Tom Vierhile, MBA, Innovation Insights Director with the UK-based data management company GlobalData, gave a thoughtful discussion on consumer feelings about sweeteners that ended with a summary of unique future developments in sugar reduction. He began his presentation, “Sweeteners in … Continue reading


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