Unraveling the Science of Clean Label Fats & Oils

Posted on:October 23, 2019

Selection of clean label alternatives for fat and oil ingredients depends on several factors. They include how the manufacturer defines clean label; the desired functionality of the ingredient in application; and physical properties, such as melting, crystallization or viscoelasticity. All … Continue reading


Research on New Methods to Enhance and Stabilize Natural Colorants

Posted on:November 15, 2018

Food colorants have joined consumers’ growing demand for clean label and natural ingredients, particularly considering mainstream and social media’s outpouring of information, whether accurate or not, regarding adverse health effects from the consumption of synthetic colors. Colorants made from natural … 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


Microbial Control in Clean Label Products

Posted on:November 13, 2018

Although our industry and government remain mostly focused on pathogen control, “spoilage control is a more difficult challenge to address,” said Peter Taormina, Ph.D., President, Etna Consulting Group. “Pathogens are the primary culprits in food safety; they are the organisms … Continue reading


Dairy Protein Ingredients Offer Functionality and Consumer-Friendly Labels

Posted on:November 12, 2018

As part of the clean label trend, consumers are demanding removal of ingredients from food that they perceive as not “clean,” or unhealthy. “Dairy ingredients offer a clean label alternative to ingredients that have landed on a ‘no no’ list. … Continue reading


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