Analytical Methods for Lawful Sweetener Labeling

Posted on:April 3, 2019

THE REVISED U.S. NUTRITION LABEL regulations, to be implemented in 2020, will transform the carbohydrate portion of the label by including a line for added sugars along with revised definitions of dietary fiber. The food and beverage analysis industries are … Continue reading


Studies Show Reduced Sugar Doesn’t Mean Reduced Weight

Posted on:April 1, 2019

AT THE OUTSET OF HIS TALK, “Reducing Added Sugars: Will It Reverse the Trend Toward Overweight & Obesity,” John White, Ph.D., President and Founder, White Technical Research, asked how many in the audience believed that sugar consumption was correlated with … Continue reading


Confusion Abounds with FDA’s Proposed Added Sugar Labeling

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ANTICIPATE TURBULENCE AHEAD! Mandated FDA changes to the Nutrition Facts label in order to accommodate “added sugar” labeling requirements are intended to help, but can also potentially confuse suppliers, manufacturers and consumers, noted Lauren Swann, MS, RDN, LDN, President and … Continue reading


Uncertainty Leaves Consumers in a Sweetener Paradox

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“SUGAR REDUCTION may be the top-cited dietary priority globally, but consumers aren’t quite willing to give up sweeteners completely,” said Julie Johnson, General Manager, HealthFocus International. She also noted that consumer perceptions of sweeteners are complicated. Johnson gleaned her information … Continue reading


Innovative Challenger Brands Panel

Posted on:February 4, 2019

THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRIES today enjoy a historical confluence of rapidly shifting consumer trends and low barriers to entrepreneurship, generating a flood of innovation. To explore the motivations as well as technical and business challenges of entry-level food and … Continue reading


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