Why is There So Much Sugar in our Foods?

Posted on:January 5, 2012

I was once asked in a Public Radio interview “Why do food processors put so much sugar in processed foods?” The answer is fairly obvious, but I’ll get to that in a moment. As a group, perhaps no ingredient category … Continue reading


Developing Processed Foods for Emerging Economies

Posted on:January 3, 2012

I was watching an interview with Indra Nooyi, CEO and President of PepsiCo on CNBC yesterday. Like many other consumer goods companies, the food industry has focused a great deal of attention on potential market opportunities in emerging economies. However, … Continue reading


Is Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor Normal?

Posted on:August 13, 2011

The Global Food Forums blog intends to cover a range of thoughtful, hopefully even profound, issues of the food industry. This blog, no doubt, addresses one of the most serious topics of the day. What do you prefer, vanilla or … Continue reading


What’s the New Food Claim?

Posted on:July 20, 2011

A recent survey by the Sheldon Group (Knoxville, Tenn.) that queried 1,013 Americans finds Americans most want to see “Natural,” “Organic” or “Grown in the USA” claims on their food products. Asked “Which is the best description to read on … Continue reading


Consumers 1, Big Business and the Environment 0

Posted on:July 1, 2011

An environment under stress, obesity, unsafe foods and many other ills of today’s society often are easily and conveniently blamed on corporations, the government, big agriculture and other institutions. While organizations have a huge role to play in bettering our … Continue reading


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