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Published April 9, 2012
The global market for Whole Grain and High Fiber Foods is forecast to reach US$27.6 billion by the year 2017, according to a new study from Global Industry Analysts (GIA). Read More »
Published March 22, 2012
Starbucks Coffee Company, Seattle, WA, has announced plans for global entry into the energy category with Starbucks Refreshers beverages—making Starbucks the first to bring green coffee extract innovation to customers on a global scale, the company said. Read More »
His & Hers: Nutrition Bars Keep Everyone Happy
By Amanda Baltazar, Contributing Writer
Published January 2, 2012
Tailoring nutrition bars for specific needs is keeping them relevant to all consumers. Read More »
Published November 30, 2011
Can melatonin help you sleep? “Melatonin supplements may help some people get to sleep sooner, particularly those with chronic sleeping problems, but don’t just buy any supplement—they vary significantly in strength, dosage, and cost,” says ConsumerLab.com president, Tod Cooperman, MD. Read More »
Published November 17, 2011
While the ready-to-drink or iced coffee market is relatively mature and showing only modest growth in much of Asia, levels of interest elsewhere in the world appear to be growing, according to Innova Market Insights, The Netherlands. Read More »
By Dr. A. Elizabeth Sloan
Published November 1, 2011
Consumer interest in protein is on fire! According to the “2010 Gallup Study of Nutrient Knowledge and Consumption,” four in 10 consumers are making a strong effort to consume more protein; 55% of those trying to lose weight. Read More »
Up & Coming Markets: Mining the Mega Market Re-Direction
By Dr. A. Elizabeth Sloan, President, Sloan Trends Inc.
Published September 1, 2011
It’s anything but business as usual in the market these days, so understanding the new rules, roles and market boundaries consumers are imposing on supplements, functional foods/beverages and natural remedies will be the key to future success. Read More »
Published July 22, 2011
A shift in thinking is happening in supermarket aisles across the country according to Shopping for Health 2011, the 19th in a yearly study released by the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and Prevention magazine, and published by Rodale Inc. Read More »
Fresh Opportunities in Functional Foods
By Sean Moloughney, Associate Editor
Published July 18, 2011
Success in today’s functional foods market can be found at the crossroads of price, taste, awareness and efficacy. Read More »
Formulation Trends in Functional Foods & Beverages
By Jeff Hilton, Partner & Co-Founder
Published July 1, 2011
The functional food and beverage sector is benefiting from an endless array of ingredient options. Read More »
The Nutraceutical Beverage Market: Thirsting for New Ideas
By Rebecca Wright, Editor
Published July 1, 2011
New ideas have all but dried up for beverages, but the ‘natural’ trend may provide the point of differentiation brands need for future growth. Read More »
Published June 30, 2011
The European Food Safety Authority has issued a fresh series of evaluations regarding Article 13.1 “general function” health claims. Read More »
Soy Story
By Rebecca Wright, Editor
Published June 1, 2011
Soy has had a wild ride during the past decade, and it’s not over. Read More »
Published June 1, 2011
Energy drinks—the “bad boys” of the beverage world—have become a driving force behind a resurgence in the beverage market, according to market research publisher Packaged Facts. Sales of energy drinks—along with the perf… Read More »
A Fresh Take on Traditional Medicine
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published May 9, 2011
University of Sydney evaluates Chinese treatments using bioinformatics. Read More »
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