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Driving Product Innovation to Meet Modern Lifestyles
By Peter Leighton, Vice President of Product Strategy at Complete Nutrition and Founder of Abunda
Published June 2, 2014
Consumer demand for taste and convenience will be essential to the success of functional foods and beverages. Read More »
Fiber Trends: Functions & Formats
By Sean Moloughney, Editor
Published May 1, 2014
With more consumers recognizing the value of fiber, along with their own deficiencies, the market is poised for expansion. Read More »
Published November 18, 2013
New research presented at The Obesity Society’s annual scientific meeting in Atlanta showed that eating high protein breakfasts curbed hunger throughout the morning, compared with a low-protein breakfast. Read More »
Published December 12, 2012
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, the old adage says, and it looks like U.S. consumers are growing more conscious of the importance of a healthy start to the day. According to latest research from Mintel on the breakfast food market in… Read More »
Rethinking Functional Foods
By Julian Mellentin, Editor, New Nutrition Business
Published November 1, 2011
Companies making products that deliver against consumers’ biggest health interests are able to create new brands and grow sales, while still charging premium prices—even in this economy. Read More »
By Sean Moloughney
Published February 26, 2009
Food makers are pumping up the fiber contents of their packaged foods in attempt to appeal to health conscious shoppers and help combat obesity, according to Datamonitor. Read More »
Published December 1, 2009
Indication: Ovulation Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, October 2009. Research: Studies indicate that women who get the recommended amount of fiber in their diet may have lower estrogen levels and ovulate less often than women who… Read More »
Botanical Options for Diabetes
By Casey Adams
Published October 1, 2007
Research points to the usefulness of many botanicals in the prevention and amelioration of blood sugar disorders. Read More »
By Brian Keating
Published October 1, 2004
As long as the environment for teas continues to thrive due to favorable trends, the market could reach $10 billion in sales by 2010. Read More »
Do Added Sugars Add Up To More Heart Disease?
By Kit Broihier, MS, RD, LD, Guiding Stars
Published March 24, 2014
A study published in JAMA looked at the sugar consumption habits of about 43,000 Americans. Read More »
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