Using Protein-Rich Components to Achieve Desired Labeling

Posted on:March 4, 2020

The presentation “Using Protein-Rich Components to Achieve Desired Labeling” by speaker Scott Martling, MSc., Group Leader R&D, International Food Network was presented at the 2013 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar Presentations.   Click on the image to download the presentation. … Continue reading


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


Flavor Use: Is Natural Necessarily Clean Label?

Posted on:October 20, 2019

“All natural” and “clean label” do not necessarily equate with one another, began Deepthi K. Weerasinghe, Ph.D., Principal, dP3 Consulting, in his presentation “Formation of Flavor—Is Natural the same as Clean Label?” In the absence of a regulatory definition for … Continue reading


Labeling Regulations & Emerging High Protein-Based Foods

Posted on:September 23, 2019

EMERGING HIGH PROTEIN-BASED FOODS could trigger implications under existing U.S. Federal Standards of Identity (SOI), explained Jessica O’Connell, Partner with the international law firm, Covington & Burling LLP, in her presentation titled “From Cellular Agriculture to Plant-based Milks: Hot Issues … 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


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