Protein Quality Measurements, Claims and Values

Posted on:November 18, 2019

INITIALLY, PROTEIN ASSESSMENT involves gathering evidence necessary to support protein claims on food labels. In his presentation titled “The Impact of Processing on Protein Quality Measurements: Implications for Protein Content Claims,” James D. House, Ph.D., of the University of Manitoba, relayed … Continue reading


Uncertain Clean Label Regulatory Environment

Posted on:October 23, 2019

Will FDA issue regulations defining natural and redefining healthy? Or will these claims become less common on food packages due to the risk of challenge? What are the implications for development of the clean label category, when ingredients disfavored by … Continue reading


Do Clean Labels Have Unintended Health Consequences?

Posted on:October 3, 2019

Dietary recommendations for clean eating are consumer-driven and not backed by science, according to Joanne Slavin, Ph.D., RD, Professor, Department of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Minnesota. Slavin’s presentation was titled: “Do Clean Labels Have Unintended Health Consequences?” Clean … Continue reading


The Clean Label Movement’s Evolution Toward Sustainability

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Innova’s database contains 130 million records. Over 500,000 products from 90 countries are added each year. Using this tool, Mindy Hermann, MBA, RDN, Innova Market Insights, delved into the evolution of clean label, the results of which were revealed in … Continue reading


Wella Cashew Cacao Chaga Bar 2020 Protein Sampling Station

Posted on:October 1, 2019

A new variety of Wella Bar, Cashew Cacao & Chaga, was launched in 2019. It has a number of “on-trend” characteristics such as the need for a refrigerated distribution chain (thus avoiding the need for emulsifiers), plant-based proteins and chaga … Continue reading


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