Innovations at Hampton Creek are taking root.
Product manufacturers can capitalize on consumer preferences for minimally processed foods by focusing on source, quality and health and nutrition benefits.
Companies can benefit by matching products to age and lifestyle trends.
Companies that translate industry trends into effective business strategies stand to capitalize on growing demand for health and wellness products.
Unmodified resistant starch is a homerun for improving insulin sensitivity.
Protein products aimed at women should speak to their specific health and nutrition concerns.
Arian Foster was undrafted out of the University of Tennessee yet became one of the National Football League’s top running backs.
There are significant opportunities to deliver essential nutrients to children in a range of product types.
Using a proprietary, patented process, SoluBlend Technologies, Frankfort, IL, plans to revolutionize the food and beverage market with water-soluble fats. The list is endless, but some of the current ingredient successes in the company’s arsenal include omega 3s, CoQ10, vitamins D3, E and A, resveratrol and phytosterols.
Consumer interest in the origin of products has dovetailed with a 'back to basics' approach to formulation.