Five Trends-Chips, Black Soybeans, Seaweed, Ginger and Gluten-free Oats

Posted on:March 27, 2012

Here are five more trends seen at the 2012 Natural Products Expo West to be added to the “sweetener,” “kale,” and “coconut water” trends discussed in previous Global Food Forum blogs this March 2012. 1. Health Bars Down, Chips Up. … Continue reading


Sweeteners to Kale-Trends at Natural Products Expo West

Posted on:March 11, 2012

First day of 2012 Natural Products Expo West was, as usual, packed solid by attendees. The show itself provided hints on to upcoming mainstream trends. As one attendee said “It’s where you go to see what will be popular in big … Continue reading


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


Rats are not Little People

Posted on:July 1, 2011

Rats have tails about the same length as their bodies. People don’t. Rats become sexually mature at six weeks. Babies don’t. Men and rats are different internally as well. Humans have gall bladders, rats do not; and, some metabolic pathways … Continue reading


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