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McDonald’s To Work Toward Antibiotics-Free Meat

August 23, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
McDonald's announced it will phase out use cattle and pigs raised with antibiotics important to human medicine. It has already begun phasing out antibiotics-raised chickens in its 14,000 U.S. restaurants and the 36,000 locations globally. Meat suppliers in the McDonald’s supply chain will still be allowed to use ionophores antibiotics because they are not used to treat humans. [Image Credit: © Union of Concerned Scientists ]
Samantha Bomkamp, "McDonald’s Vows to Serve More Antibiotic-Free Meat, Targeting Beef and Pork", Chicago Tribune, August 23, 2017, © Chicago Tribune
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Kind Expands Into Fruit Bite Market With Premium, All-Fruit Products

August 22, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Snack bar company Kind LLC is entering the $2.3 billion fruit snacks market with gummy fruit bites containing no added sugar. As established food companies have struggled to grow, Kind has managed to ride the healthful snacks wave using natural ingredients and transparent packaging to $1 billion in annual sales. Kind’s fruit bites are made with real fruit – apples, strawberries, pineapples and mangoes – and only fruit. No other ingredients are listed on the packages. The products will be available nationally in coming weeks at the premium price of $4.99 a box. General Mills is the category leader, controlling about 21 percent of the market. [Image Credit: © Kind ]
Craig Giammona, "Kind Targets Big Food's Sugary Fruit Snacks in New Product Push", Bloomberg, August 22, 2017, © Bloomberg Finance L.P.
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Canned Food Takes On A Whole New Meaning In N.Y. Take-Out Eateries

August 22, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Convenience-loving takeout customers in New York City used to getting meals in paper bags may find a new packaging trend a bit “jarring.” Take-out eateries all over the city are serving layered meals – turmeric quinoa, honey-mustard beets, vegan chia pudding, etc. – in clear, screw-top jars. Lower East Side eatery Fat Radish, for example, offers a Soba jar that stacks pickled cucumbers, tamari-flavored mushrooms and tahini-roasted broccoli on top of protein-packed noodles. The jars provide an eye-catching – check out Instagram for proof – and simple veggie-and-fruit delivery system. "You enjoy the natural beauty of food and benefit from its nutrition," says one food science professor.  [Image Credit: © Tyme Food ]
Hannah Sparks, "Fast Food in Jars is the Latest Lunch Craze", New York Post, August 22, 2017, © NYP HOLDINGS, INC.
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Nuts, Seeds Satisfy Consumer Demand For More Plant Protein In Baked Goods

August 17, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Makers of snack and baked goods are keenly aware of scientific findings that underpin consumer demand for plant-based protein products. Nuts and seeds especially offer a healthful ingredient profile while enhancing flavor, visual interest, and texture. Snacks are purchased as an indulgence, but health and wellness, along with taste and convenience, are “creating an unstoppable momentum for seeds and nuts." Among the more popular of these ingredients are walnuts, chia seeds, and flaxseeds. Gluten-free nut and seed flours are also gaining momentum – a good example is smooth-textured almond flour. Wheat flour blended with seed and nut flours delivers healthful multigrain bagels, breads, buns, and pizza crusts. [Image Credit: © MyNewRoots.org ]
Maxine Weber, "Using Nutritious, Delicious Nut and Seed Ingredients in Snacks and Baked Goods", Snack & Bakery, August 17, 2017, © BNP Media
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Health-Conscious Consumers Drive Trends In Bread, Sandwiches, Snacks

August 17, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Key trends driving snack and bread sales include higher demand for premium artisanal, as well as more healthful, clean-label creations. Include better-for-you ancient grain, multigrain, whole wheat breads, brioche rolls and pretzel buns, flavorful asiago rolls and sriracha buns. Demand also high for international-inspired and ethnic items, like Vietnamese bánh mì sandwich and the Mexican torta. Bakery-café and sandwich shops are offering classic Old-World, rye bread, sourdough, and brioche; popular wrap-style sandwiches are giving way to new flatbread options, such as naan. Health-conscious consumers look for sprouted-grain breads, breads with clean ingredient lists, and breads and snacks made with alternative whole grains, such as buckwheat, oats, rye, and whole-kernel wheat. [Image Credit: © Three Bakers ]
Douglas J. Peckenpaugh, "Key Trends Across Baking Help Increase Foodservice Sales", Snack & Bakery, August 17, 2017, © BNP Media
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Judge: Plaintiff In Added-Sugar Suit Against Kellogg Has An Adequate Case

August 15, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A federal judge in California has refused to dismiss a lawsuit against Kellogg, agreeing essentially with the plaintiff that most of the claims made by the company about the nutritional value and wholesomeness of its breakfast cereals seem to be refuted by the fact that they contain “excess added sugar.” Judge Lucy Koh dismissed five of the claims because she agreed they were essentially harmless advertising “puffery.” But she allowed claims regarding 24 other products to move forward because “these products contain at least one statement that the court found was not pre-empted, non-misleading, or puffery as a matter of law." The case is Hadley v. Kellogg Sales

Company.  [Image Credit: © Kellogg ]
Matthew Renda, "Kellogg Can’t Duck Class Action Over Cereal Labels", Courthouse News, August 15, 2017, © Courthouse News Service
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Food Scientist Welcomes Pasta’s Comeback

August 14, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A Colorado State University food scientist laments the decline in popularity of pasta after some diet gurus demonized the word “carbohydrate” in the 1990s. Melissa Wdowik acknowledges there should have been some reduction in consumption of pasta: portion sizes had grown too large and unhealthful, especially when topped with fatty, salty sauces and gobs of Italian sausage. But pasta is inching its way back onto plates and menus, and that’s a good thing because it provides nutritionally rich, complex carbohydrates needed for brain and muscle health. Other benefits: enriched pasta is low in sodium, rich in iron and B vitamins; whole wheat pasta provides fiber and magnesium; bean-based noodles also offer fiber and minerals; and soba (buckwheat) noodles are a gluten-free source of antioxidants, carbs, fiber and minerals.
Melissa Wdowik, "Wdowik Nutrition Column: Pasta is making a Comeback", News release, CSU, August 14, 2017, © Colorado State University
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New Colas Capture China’s Attention

August 10, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Among the novel beverages on store shelves and on online shopping sites in China these days is a Pepsi brand that fizzled out two years after it debuted in the U.S. in 2002. Still popular in the Philippines and Indonesia, berry-flavored Pepsi Blue is gaining traction as a new product in China, where some younger buyers use it to braise chicken wings. Other new products being marketed in the Asia-Pacific region include: sugar-free, calorie-free, Coca-Cola Plus with fiber; ginger- and cherry-flavored colas; colorless coffee (Clear Coffee); transparent lemon tea; and barley grass yogurt.
Li Anlan, "Fickle Consumers Ditch Coconut for Colas", Shanghai Daily, August 10, 2017, © Shanghai Daily
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Coke India Plugs Perceived Gaps In Kinley Offerings With Flavored Waters

August 3, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Coca-Cola India hopes to gradually step its customers up from Kinley plain water to a new range of flavored aerated Kinley beverages. The lemon, orange and a jeera-based flavored drinks will be test-marketed in several states and regions.
Vinay Kamath and Meenakshi Verma Ambwani, "Coke to extend Kinley to aerated beverages", The Hindu Business Line, August 03, 2017, © The Hindu Business Line
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Coca-Cola Crowdsourcing Project Seeks Alternative Plant-Based Sweeteners

August 3, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Searching for “newer, better ingredients,” Coca-Cola has launched two crowdsourcing initiatives to enlist the help of individuals and scientists in finding an effective sweetener other than currently used stevia and monk fruit.
Jay Moye, "Coca-Cola Launches Crowdsourcing Challenges to Find Next-Generation Sweetener Innovations", News release, The Coca-Cola Company, August 03, 2017, © The Coca-Cola Company
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FDA Allows Heart Health Claim For Soybean Oil

July 31, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
The FDA has approved a soybean producer’s health claim that soybean oil consumption cuts the risk of heart disease. According to industry analyst Hartman Group, heart health leads the list of health concerns among American consumers. Bunge, the world’s largest producer of soybean oil, said its FDA filing included summaries of clinical studies showing the potential benefits of soybean oil to heart health. Those benefits are based on soybean oil’s positive effect on cholesterol levels and its high concentration of polyunsaturated omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids versus other oils and fats. The FDA decision means companies can now claim that soybean oil as an ingredient replacing saturated fat may reduce heart disease risk and lower LDL-cholesterol. [Image Credit: © Bunge ]
"FDA Approves Bunge Soybean Oil Heart Health Claim", News release, Bunge, July 31, 2017, © Bunge Limited
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Lawsuit Alleges Poultry Farmer’s “100% Natural” Label Claim Is Deceptive

July 29, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Three nonprofit organizations are suing poultry company Sanderson Farms in federal court for using the claim “100 percent natural” in its product advertising. The Center for Food Safety, Friends of the Earth, and the Organic Consumers Association, filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, alleging that “consumers are being deceived” by the claim because synthetic drug residues were found in Sanderson’s poultry meat. The company, third largest poultry producer in the U.S., denied that it administers drugs to its flocks, except penicillin “when needed.” [Image Credit: © Sanderson Farms ]
Aerin Einstein-Curtis, "US Organizations File Complaint Against Sanderson Farms Over Use of ‘100% Natural’ in Advertising", FeedNavigator.com, July 29, 2017, © FeedNavigator.com
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Plant-Based Impossible Burger Is Best Alternative To Beef So Far

July 28, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A Silicon Valley start-up is developing plant-based meat alternatives that cook and taste like red meat rather than bean-based or other vegetable alternatives. The mission of Impossible Foods dovetails neatly with consumer dietary trends that focus on eating more fruits, vegetables, grains and herbs, and reducing or avoiding animal protein. Products like the Impossible Burger, offered in more than 30 U.S. restaurants, contain water, textured wheat protein, coconut oil, potato protein, natural flavors, leghemoglobin (soy), yeast extract, salt, soy protein isolate, various vitamins, etc.  Mintel analysts visited Andrea’s in Las Vegas to taste-test three Impossible Burger sliders with Asian condiments and sauces. The verdict? It was not quite undetectable as a beef substitute, but was the “closest alternative” tasted so far. [Image Credit: © Impossible Foods ]
"Taste Test: Does Impossible Burger Bring New ‘Power To The Plants?’", Blog entry, Mintel, July 28, 2017, © Mintel Group Ltd.
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Direct-To-Consumer Distribution Of Vitamins: The Future Is Now

July 27, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
National Business Journal (NBJ) says vitamin supplement producers have embraced the trend toward direct-to-consumer distribution, now the largest sales channel for multivitamins. Use of vending machines and other novel modes of multivitamin delivery – could drone delivery be far off? – are gaining legitimacy. According to NBJ, new delivery technologies and formats could finally convince the federal government to allow multivitamins as a permitted purchase in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). At any rate, NBJ expects vitamin sales to surpass $15 billion by 2021, led by multivitamins. [Image Credit: © NBJ ]
"Is the Future of Vitamins in Vending Machines?", New Hope Network, July 27, 2017, © Penton
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Company Unveils Fish Oil Supplement Derived From Skate Livers

July 19, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
D&H Labs of Alachua, Fla., has launched a fatty acid-rich fish oil product derived from skate livers normally discarded when the catch is processed on New England coast fishing boats. It took two years to set up a small factory in Massachusetts to process the omega-3-rich livers into supplement-grade oil known as MassOMEGA. The ingredient naturally tests at a higher DHA and EPA concentration than the industry standard 18:12 oils. MassOMEGA is sold in several smaller health food stores in New England.
Hank Schultz, "Omega-3 ingredient from Local US Fishery Debuts", NUTRAingredients-USA.com, July 19, 2017, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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Young Company Focuses On Memory-Inducing Scents For Cocktails

July 18, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Brothers Aaron and Sam Wisniewski are very much into flavors and fragrances: they incorporate them into cocktail products as well as aromatic landscapes. A basic tenet of their full-service fragrance house –  Alice & the Magician (Burlington, Vt.) -- is that aromas are strongly associated with memory and emotion. Their products – there are now more than 150 different mists and 50 elixirs – are derived from their own fragrance memories, and may include the smell of their parents’ garden, or the snow and ice of a winter day. One of their creations includes edible scents designed to be sprayed on cocktails (Citrus Blossom Harvest, Perfect Ginger, Autumn Bonfire, Hiking the Long Trail). Unlike cocktail bitters, however, the elixirs don’t add any taste or texture to a drink, just pure aroma..
Isabella Alimonti, "Edible Scents Make Flavorful Cocktails—And A Lasting Impression", PSFK, July 18, 2017, © PSFK LLC
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Senators Push USDA Secretary To Enforce Organic Certification Law On Imports

July 15, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Three U.S. senators have urged the USDA to crack down on non-organic foreign goods being imported and sold fraudulently as USDA-certified. The fraud disclosed in various press reports "undermines the National Organic Program's continued success and hurts American farmers,” the letter to USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue said. Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) were the signatories of the letter, which noted that non-organic grains, particularly corn, were being sold as organic-certified [Image Credit: © USDA ]
"Senators Call on USDA to Combat Fraudulent Organic Imports", News release, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, July 15, 2017, © Sen. Dianne Feinstein, feinstein.senate.gov
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Cauliflower Pizza Crusts Are A Hit At ESPY Party

July 14, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Cali’flour Foods says its plant-based, vegan cauliflower pizza crusts garnered rave reviews from athletes and celebrities attending the recent pre-ESPYs sports awards party in Beverly Hills, Calif. According to company founder Amy Lacey, current Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay ordered a year's worth of the crusts after sampling. The company offers two gluten-free varieties made with cauliflower, cheese, eggs, and spices. A new variant is the plant-based Italian crust containing no eggs or dairy. Lacey was inspired to create the new pizza crusts after her own lupus diagnosis and her discovery that certain foods triggered inflammation. The crusts are available nationwide and online.
"Cali'Flour Foods Serves Up Their Cauliflower Pizza Crusts to World's Best Athletes and Celebrities at GBK Pre-ESPYS 2017 Party", News release, Cali’flour Foods , July 14, 2017, © Cali’flour Foods
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New England’s Bakers Love Locally-Grown And Milled Flour

July 11, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
The Boston Globe recently provided a guide to consumers looking for regionally-grown and milled wheat flour, stoneground cornmeal, and gluten-free buckwheat. The increasingly popular products are available at a variety of groceries, specialty stores, and by mail order in the New England region. Northeast grain farming is not on the grand scale of the huge farms in the Midwest and Northwest, of course, but the grain produced, and often milled by the farmers themselves, is meeting a need among home baking and commercial customers who love the flavor of baked goods made with locally-grown and fresh-milled flour. [Image Credit: © Bob's Red Mill ]
Alison Arnett, "A Growing Appetite for Flour from Local Grains", Boston Globe, July 11, 2017, © Boston Globe Media Partners, LLC
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Protein Bar Company Unveils Line Of Plant-Based Protein Bars, Powders

July 7, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Protein bar company thinkThin has expanded its product line to include a range of plant protein-based nutritional bars and powders. All of the bars and protein and probiotic powder mixes are soy-free, GMO-free, gluten-free and vegan. Products include Sea Salt Almond Chocolate High Protein Bar, Chocolate Mint High Protein Bar, Belgian Chocolate Protein & Probiotics Powder Mix, and Madagascar Vanilla Bean Protein & Probiotics Powder Mix. They will be sold at Whole Foods Market, Kroger, Target and Walmart nationwide. [Image Credit: © thinkThin ]
Michael Johnsen, "thinkThin Launches Line of Plant-Based Protein Products", Drug Store News, July 07, 2017, © Drug Store News
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Campbell Acquires Oregon-based Natural And Organic Foods Company

July 6, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Campbell Soup Company announced it is paying $700 million in cash for Pacific Foods of Oregon, a fast-growing producer of natural and organic broths, soups, and shelf-stable, plant-based beverages and meals. Campbell said the purchase of the “natural foods industry pioneer” fits well with its philosophy of “real foods.” The company reported approximately $218 million in twelve-month net sales as of May 31, 2017. Campbell said it will use its expertise and resources to expand Pacific's distribution, boost marketing support for brand building, and invest in R&D and the supply chain. [Image Credit: © Pacific Foods ]
"Campbell to Acquire Pacific Foods to Expand in Faster-Growing Health and Well-Being Categories", News release, Campbell Soup Company, July 06, 2017, © Campbell Soup Company
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Company Offers Sprayable Herbs, Spices To Food Companies

July 5, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Red Oak Foods, a manufacturer of spray-on organic herbs, vinegars and spices, is now providing its Simply Beyond line of sprayable liquid herb extracts and additive-free IQF fresh frozen herbs, to food manufacturers. The products provide a solution for food companies looking to provide “natural food with cleaner, clearer labels.” According to the company, its organic and non-GMO products are ready to use, shelf-stable and offer intense flavors and strong herb aromas, without visible specks. They also reduce the need for excessive salt or flavor enhancers in recipes. [Image Credit: © Red Oak Foods ]
Denice Cabel, "Red Oak Foods Unveils Clean-Label Herb Extracts", Asia Food Journal, July 05, 2017, © Contineo Media
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Whole Grain And Sourdough Breads Really Are More Healthful

July 5, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A recent clinical study concluding that white bread is just as nutritious as whole wheat had some serious flaws. It did not control for other foods eaten by participants. And it was sponsored by a company selling expensive personalized nutrition kits based on analysis of gut microbiomes. But many studies have shown that whole grain and sourdough breads offer a wide range of benefits. Whole grain breads tend to speed up metabolism, for example. Sourdough bread has a gentler effect on blood sugar than yeasted bread and makes nutrients more bioavailable. And thanks to sourdough’s fermentation process, good bacteria break down some grain components, including gluten, making sourdough bread easier to digest.
Kelly Toups, "Which Type of Bread Is Healthiest?", U.S. News & World Report, July 05, 2017, © U.S. News & World Report L.P.
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Lax USDA Enforcement Of Organic Standards Is Hurting Small Organic Dairies

July 5, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Amish farmers in a small town in Iowa have been practicing organic agriculture, including milk production, for nearly 20 years. Their livelihood is being endangered by big dairies that claim to be producing organic milk, but really aren’t. Organic milk is supposed to come from grass-fed cows. But big dairies supplement with grain, which boosts milk production. That in turn lowers the wholesale price of organic milk – by 33 percent over the past year –  which hurts the Amish dairies that follow organic standards strictly. As much as 15 percent of their milk is being sold at the same price as regular milk or just dumped onto the ground. A major part of the problem is lax enforcement of organic standards by the USDA, the small dairies charge. Even when the agency has caught big dairies violating the rules, there have been few if any fines.
Peter Whoriskey, "Amish Farmers Square Off Against Big Organic in Milk Battle", The Washington Post, July 05, 2017, © The Washington Post
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Customized Dietary Supplements, Thanks To 3D Printing Technology

July 3, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A company funded by the MIT Sandbox Innovation Fund has figured out a way to use 3D printing technology to mix several ingredients and print customized dietary supplements. An example of the ingredient combinations – and one of the more popular among its test customers – is vitamin D, omega-3 and caffeine. The caffeine is released later in the day, “something a mass-produced pill cannot do,” one of the researchers said. The 3D technology permits small batches, which in turn permits personalization of a customer’s order after a dietary nutrient analysis. Other FDA-approved ingredients that the Multiply Labs technology can mix include calcium, iron, selenium, and zinc; vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, and folic acid. [Image Credit: © Multiply Labs ]
Stephen Daniells, "MIT Spin-Off Gets Closer to Launch of 3D Printed Supplements", NUTRAingredients-USA.com, July 03, 2017, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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Lawmaker Attacks GMO Food Labeling Law Because Of “Massive Loophole”

June 28, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) issued a statement sharply criticizing recently passed federal legislation purportedly designed to make it easier for consumers to determine if their foods contain GMOs. The National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard has a “massive loophole,” the congressman wrote, because it allows food companies to use an electronic label – a “QR code” – to disclose GMOs. Blumenauer said that means only people with “ample time” and smartphones that can read the codes can tell if there are GMOs in their food products. The USDA has asked for public comment on how to implement the law. [Image Credit: © Office of Rep. Earl Bluenauer ]
Earl Blumenauer, "You Deserve To Know What’s In Your Food", News release, Rep. Earl Blumenauer, June 28, 2017, © Rep. Earl Blumenauer
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Burger King: No More Human Antibiotics Use In Chicken Supply By 2019

June 22, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Restaurant Brands International, parent company of Burger King and Tim Hortons, announced that it will end the use of antibiotics important to human medicine in its chicken supply by the end of 2018. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), 11 of the top 15 U.S. restaurant chains have now committed to some level of “responsible antibiotics use” for their chicken supplies. Nearly half of the U.S. chicken industry has either made a no-antibiotics commitment or is already using responsible practices, NRDC said. [Image Credit: © NRDC ]
Kate Slusark Kiely, "Burger King to Clean Up Antibiotics Practices in Chicken Supply by 2018", News release, Natural Resources Defense Council, June 22, 2017, © Natural Resources Defense Council
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Vegetarian Diet And Exercise Reduce Fat In Thighs

June 18, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Researchers in the Czech Republic have determined that a vegetarian diet combined with exercise are more effective than a calorie-reduction diet at reducing subfascial fat in the thighs, a significant contributor to type 2 diabetes. Both subfascial and intramuscular fat are markers of insulin resistance in obesity. The study, conducted among 74 people with type 2 diabetes, found an association between changes in total leg area and subcutaneous fat and subfascial fat on the one hand, and markers of glucose and lipid metabolism on the other hand. Further research is needed to determine how different dietary interventions might affect fat in thighs. [Image Credit: © Whiteman Air Force Base ]
Hana Kahleova et al., "The Effect of a Vegetarian vs Conventional Hypocaloric Diabetic Diet on Thigh Adipose Tissue Distribution in Subjects with Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Study", Journal of the American College of Nutrition, June 18, 2017, © American College of Nutrition
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Millennials Push Beverage Makers Toward Clean Label

June 16, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
The Millennial generation is driving the clean label trend as they seek drinks that are authentic and healthful, in particular natural, organic and non-GMO. Their preferences are also driving a trend toward premiumization because Millennial consumers are willing to pay a higher price for these characteristics. The result is that beverage manufacturers are asking flavor suppliers for ingredients that reflect Millennial preferences, especially certified organic, non-GMO, natural – and “true-to-nature” – and allergen-free flavors to mention on their labels. [Image Credit: © Ocean Spray Cranberries ]
Amanda Del Buono, "Millennials, Clean Labels Impact Beverage Flavor Selection", Beverage Industry, June 16, 2017, © BNP Media
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Wienermobile Hits The Road To Showcase Nitrate-Free Dogs

June 15, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
After a year of experimenting, Kraft’s Oscar Mayer brand of hot dogs announced it has gotten rid of added nitrates and nitrites. The only remaining traces of those compounds are found naturally in celery juice, an ingredient used in processing. The product also contains no artificial preservatives or by-products. To make sure Americans know about the changes, Oscar Mayer has launched a summer Wienermobile campaign. The hot dog-shaped vehicles, driven by “HotDoggers,” will travel the U.S. distributing samples.
S.A. Whitehead, "Oscar Meyer Teaches an Ol' Dog New, Nitrate-Free Tricks", QSRWeb, June 15, 2017, © Networld Media Group, LLC
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Food Companies Getting Certified As “Clean Label,” Despite Lack Of A Definition

June 13, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
As the “clean” eating trend gathers momentum  in the U.S., a web-based food ingredients tracking initiative has evolved into a certification program. The “Go Clean Label Certified” program, however, lacks a clear legal definition of what constitutes “clean” ingredients. The website lists ingredients that big food companies – so-called “influencers” – have been removing from their products. The founders hope to eventually meet with key food brands and grocery chains to develop an objective definition of clean label. A few brands have gone through a certification process which involves filling out an inquiry form, signing a license agreement, paying license fees, and then undergoing a product evaluation. Approved companies can then stick the Go Clean Label Certified logo on their packaging, website and marketing materials. [Image Credit: ©   Go Clean Label]
Elaine Watson, "'GoCleanLabel Certified' Scheme Rolls Out, But What Does it Mean?", FOODnavigator-USA.com, June 13, 2017, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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U.S. Households Are Buying Packaged Foods/Drinks With Less Sodium

June 11, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A U.S. study has found that the amount of sodium households acquired from packaged food and beverages decreased between 2000 and 2014 by 396 mg/day per person, from 2,363 mg/day to 1,967 mg/day. In addition, the amount of sodium relative to the amount of food purchased also declined 12 percent (49 mg/100 g). The researchers analyzed data acquired from food and beverage barcode scanning from 2000 to 2014 among a sample of 172,042 U.S. households. The data are somewhat flawed because consumers did not report how much of the food purchased was actually consumed. So there is no way to tell if sodium intake was reduced as well.
Jennifer M. Poti et al., "Sodium Reduction in US Households’ Packaged Food and Beverage Purchases, 2000 to 2014", JAMA Internal Medicine, June 11, 2017, © American Medical Association
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Wholesale Baker Kangaroo Brands Says Its Flatbread Sandwiches Are Clean Label

June 9, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Milwaukee, Wis.-based Kangaroo Brands announced that its Sandwich Bros. of Wisconsin frozen sandwiches are now made with all natural flatbread pockets filled with 100 percent Angus beef, antibiotic-free chicken, all natural Jones sausage and Wisconsin Cheese. The company also noted that the sandwiches contain no “bad stuff,” like artificial flavors, trans fats, or high fructose corn syrup. The frozen, handheld breakfast and snack sandwiches are sold nationwide to grocery stores, club, convenience stores, and mass merchandisers, as well as foodservice, military and private label customers. [Image Credit: © Kangaroo Brands ]
"Sandwich Bros. Sandwiches Now Made With All Natural Flatbread Pockets", IChainnel, June 09, 2017, © iChainnel
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Flavoring Blend Said To Cut Sodium Content In Processed Meats By A Third

June 7, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Israeli salt producer Salt of the Earth Ltd. says it has found a way to reduce salt content in processed meats by as much as a third while maintaining flavor. Working with meat companies, Salt of the Earth developed a clean-label, natural flavoring based on Mediterranean umami – a blend of vegetal concentrates and extracts – mixed with sea salt. Reductions in sodium can be achieved in a variety of meat products, including frankfurters, sausages and injected chicken pastrami, the company said.
"Salt of the Earth Helps Meat Companies Reduce Sodium", News release, Salt of the Earth, June 07, 2017, © Salt of the Earth
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Wheat Market Worries About The Future Of Gluten-Rich Varieties

June 6, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Global grain, especially wheat, stockpiles have never been higher, and recent harvests have been abundant. But agricultural experts say the quality of the harvests has been disappointing. There has been a dearth of high-protein – that’s right, gluten-rich – crops and prices have climbed. Agricultural experts who have been watching global winter and spring wheat production are worried. Adverse weather and other stressful conditions in certain parts of the world are lowering production forecasts. "Not all wheat is created the same," said one observer. "It looks like protein's going to be very dear again this year."
Megan Durisin, "Forget Gluten-Free: In Wheat Market, Protein Is at a Premium", Bloomberg Markets, June 06, 2017, © Bloomberg Finance L.P.
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Increasing Concern, Confusion, About Animal Welfare In U.S. Food Industry

June 1, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Animal welfare – i.e., housing, handling, feeding, and slaughter – in the food industry is a major concern of American consumers, according to a market researcher. The concern stems from worries about food safety: there is a belief that animals raised under healthy conditions will produce meat and poultry that is safer, better tasting and more nutritious. But consumers seem to be confused about some product claims. For example, only 19 percent said they understood the terms ”grass-fed” or “certified humane.” A third said they are well-informed about claims such as hormone-, steroid-and antibiotic-free, cage-free, free-range, pasture-raised, and certified humane. Nevertheless, two-thirds agreed that humane treatment of animals raised for food should be a societal concern and a regulatory issue.
"Animal Welfare in U.S. Food Industry Both Helped and Hindered By Consumer Misconceptions", News release, Packaged Facts, June 01, 2017, © Packaged Facts
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Fast-Casual Restaurant Growth Slows

June 1, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
The fast-casual restaurant boom that took off in the 1990s, luring Millennials with fresh ingredients and modern design, has apparently plateaued. Growth in sector sales is expected to sag to only six or seven percent, down from eight percent a year ago, and between 10 and 11 percent in the prior decade, according to the Pentallect consultancy. Fast-casual companies are shutting down outlets, rebranding them, or abandoning expansion plans. Part of the problem appears to be competition from better performing fast-food chains and mom-and-pop eateries that have upgraded food quality and service. In addition, consumers are attracted by the convenience of online meal purchasing and delivery. [Image Credit: © Red Robin ]
Leslie Patton, "America’s Fast-Casual Dining Boom Is Over", Bloomberg, June 01, 2017, © Bloomberg L.P.
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Blue April Meal Kit Company Plans To Go Public

June 1, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
New York-based Blue Apron Holdings, whose subscription-based service ships cook-at-home meal kits and wine, has begun the SEC procedure for launching an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange. In an earlier private capital round, the company was valued at $2 billion. The IPO documents filed with the SEC showed a first quarter (ended March 31) loss of $52 million on revenue of $244.8 million. The five-year-old company expects to continue to lose money as it pursues expansion plans. The SEC filing lists $61 million in cash and $99.6 million in debt. Since March 31, the company has borrowed another $63.5 million. [Image Credit: © Blue Apron ]
Maria Armental, "Blue Apron Files for IPO", The Wall Street Journal, June 01, 2017, © Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
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Peapod Fine-Tunes Customers’ Online Search Options

May 31, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Online grocer Peapod’s smart shopping technology now has more search filters so shoppers can further refine selections based on personal dietary tastes and preferences.. In addition to common search filters like brand preference, price and sale specials, the company now offers 16 nutrition options, including non-GMO, sugar free, vegan, and vegetarian. The new filters were selected based on consumer food and nutritional trend data. For example, 42 percent of consumers read nutrition labels before purchasing, 33 percent of Millennials say they eat a meat alternative product every day, and sales of non-GMO products will hit $330 billion by 2019. [Image Credit: © Peapod ]
"Peapod Expands Nutrition Filter Options To Help Shoppers Make Mindful Food Decisions Even Faster", News release, Peapod, May 31, 2017, © Peapod
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Hydrox Sandwich Cookies Are Now Clean Label

May 23, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Leaf Brands announced a clean-label improvement in its sandwich cookie brand Hydrox. A competitor of Mondelez’s Oreo brand, Hydrox now contains no artificial colors or flavors, no trans-fats or high fructose corn sweeteners, and is 100 percent non-GMO.  The company said the clean-label decision has meant higher production costs, without any change in retail price, but will be worth it because it will lead to “increased sales and consumer loyalty in the multi-billion-dollar cookie market.” [Image Credit: © Leaf Brands ]
"American-Made Hydrox Cookies Goes Clean Label!", News release, Leaf Brands, May 23, 2017, © Leaf Brands
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Bread: It Really Is Good For You, When Done Right

May 22, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A coterie of unabashed bread champions has emerged from the shadows to proclaim the inherent goodness of bread, long reviled by nutritionists and other self-proclaimed health experts. Leading the charge is Michael Pollan, author of An Eater's Manifesto, whose TV show explains in detail what makes good food good. He is especially hard on the anti-gluten movement and so-called gluten sensitivity – a real problem for the tiny troop of celiac suffers in the U.S. – but little more than a fad diet for others. Bakers like Canada’s Bryn Rawlyk, meanwhile, say customers simply don’t have a problem with his bread, made from whole grains grown and milled locally. It’s the industrialized, mass-market loaves that seem to cause the health problems. Pollan says, “In the case of bread, what we may have overlooked is the importance of a long, slow, sourdough fermentation."
Corey Mintz, "Healthy bread exists and it’s the greatest thing since, well, you know", The Globe and Mail , May 22, 2017, © The Globe and Mail Inc
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Study Adds To Evidence Of Health Benefits Of Vegetable-Rich Diet

May 18, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Spanish scientists who analyzed long-term questionnaire data from more than 16,000 study participants found that those following a vegetarian style diet reduced their risk of obesity by half compared to those whose diet was rich in meat and animal fat. The researchers concluded that a “pro-vegetarian” diet tends to shield its adherents from cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The researchers acknowledged, however, that their study was observational and, while it supports current recommendations regarding plant-based diets, does not confirm a cause-and-effect relationship. [Image Credit: © USDA,MyPlate.gov ]
Miguel Martinez-Gonzalez, "Eating a Diet Rich in Fruit and Vegetables Could Cut Obesity Risk", News release, study presented at the European Congress on Obesity (Porto, Portugal), May 18, 2017, © European Association For The Study Of Obesity
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Opportunities For Confectioners In Asia’s Functional Candy Market

May 18, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Concerns about health among Chinese consumers have both helped and hindered the country’s confectionery industry, according to Mintel data. On the one hand, there is growing anxiety that the Chinese diet contains far too much sugar. This is reflected in a decline in volume candy sales beginning in 2015, a trend not helped by a general economic slowdown. However, Chinese consumers are buying more functional candy, for example throat-soothing or vitamin C candies. This presents a product development and marketing opportunity for confectionery firms, especially those that analyze the demands of demographic segments in Asian countries. One functional ingredient in candy is collagen, an anti-aging protein. Another is iron, already available in candy in Japan and Taiwan. Associated with good health and energy, iron is beneficial for skin complexions, and often taken to prevent anemia. ][Image Credit: © Golden Throat Lozenge (Jinsangzi Houpian]
Loris Li, "China’s Sugar Confectionery Market Declines While Functional Candy Grows", News release, Mintel, May 18, 2017, © Mintel Group Ltd.
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It’s Official: McDonald’s Ice Cream Is Clean Label

May 18, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
McDonald’s has added its vanilla soft serve ice cream product to the list of menu items that no longer contain artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. The change began quietly last fall, and is now nearly completed at its 14,000 U.S. locations. Vanilla soft serve is used to make cones, McCafe shakes and McFlurry desserts – a total of about 60 percent of the desserts McDonald's serves. In addition, the chocolate and strawberry McCafe shake syrup no longer contains high fructose corn syrup; the whipped topping served on all three flavors of shakes is made with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. [Image Credit: © McDonald's ]
"Sweet Surprise: McDonald's Unveils a Change to its Vanilla Soft Serve", News release, McDonald's, May 18, 2017, © McDonald's
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High-Protein, Natural Ingredient Spheroid Snacks Available In U.K.

May 18, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A British company has launched a new natural food brand – Boostball – that features six high-protein spheroidal snacks made with only seven natural ingredients. The snacks are rich in fiber, as well as vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, B, E, B12, calcium, iron and zinc. They are made with raw, cold-pressed ingredients such as natural sugars found in fruits and plants, and produced without baking or refining. The product range includes two vegan varieties. [Image Credit: © Boostball ]
Leia Taing, "Boostball Launches New Range of Natural Protein Balls", The Food & Drink Innovation Network, May 18, 2017, © Food & Drink Innovation Network
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Fast-Food Companies Deal With Menu Customization Trend

May 16, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A number of fast-food restaurants have begun to cater to customers who concoct their own entrees rather than order from the menu. The practice has led to rumors of “secret menus” on social media, complete with photos. McDonald’s restaurants have sometimes complied with requests (e.g., Chicken Cordon Bleu McMuffins), as have Chipotle (Quesaritos), and Shake Shack (Peanut Butter Bacon Burgers). The phenomenon has attracted legions of online fans who debate recipes and share ways to order custom items without ticking off stressed restaurant staff. Company reaction to the phenomenon varies. Some officially deny its existence, some acknowledge that their staff will do some customization, and others flat out welcome it. [Image Credit: © HackTheMenu.com ]
Corinne Ramey, "Can I Have That Burger With a Side of Peanut Butter?", The Wall Street Journal, May 16, 2017, © Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
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Knorr’s New Quick Meals Are Free Of Artificial Flavors, Preservatives

May 11, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever brand Knorr unveiled quick stovetop meals made without artificial flavors, artificial preservatives or gluten. Ingredients are grown on Knorr Landmark Farms and include “responsibly sourced” rice from Arkansas, dairy from the Midwest, and garlic from California. Knorr said its farmers are encouraged to adopt sustainable practices on their farms, such as improving soil quality, reducing water usage, and increasing biodiversity. New Knorr Selects meals include Four Cheese Risotto, White Cheddar Broccoli, Roasted Garlic Alfredo, Rustic Mexican Rice & Beans, Spinach & Artichoke and Asiago Cheese & Cracked Black Pepper. [Image Credit: © Unilever U.S. ]
"New Knorr Selects Bring Quality, Flavor and Convenience to the Table", News release, Unilever, May 11, 2017, © Unilever
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New Lean Cuisine Meals Are Free Of Artificial Colors, Flavors, Preservatives

May 3, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Nestlé USA says it is expanding its lineup of Lean Cuisine frozen dinners for women with new dishes and “reinvented classics” boasting ingredients that can be found in the everyday kitchen, but without artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. The new meals, targeted unabashedly at women, include Garlic Sesame Noodles with Beef, Mango Chicken with Coconut Rice, Roasted Garlic White Bean Alfredo, and Spicy Penne Arrabbiata. Nestlé says the recipes are “developed with women in mind.” They contain only ingredients that provide nutrients or flavor, and they provide women “a great-tasting dish they can feel good about.” [Image Credit: © Nestlé USA  ]
"Lean Cuisine keeps It Fresh in the Freezer with New Chef-Inspired, Modern Flavors", News release, Nestlé USA, May 03, 2017, © Nestlé USA
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Subway U.K.’s New Low-Sugar Drink Options Lower Calorie Intake By 3.7 Billion

May 3, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Subway in the U.K. has forged a new beverage contract with Britvic and PepsiCo that means a wider selection of drinks for consumers and a lower overall calorie and sugar intake – as much as 3.7 billion calories by July 2017. Redesigned drinks fountains and refrigerators emphasize the low/no sugar beverage arrays. The changes have already led to significant changes in consumer purchases. Options include no-sugar Pepsi Max or Diet Pepsi, 7Up Free, and Britvic’s lower sugar Orange Tango. Subway says the changes have led to a 30 percent reduction in calorie consumption, or early two million calories per store a year. [Image Credit: © Subway.co.UK ]
"Subway to Cut Almost Four Billion Calories from UK Diets", Food Ingredients 1st, May 03, 2017, © CNS Media BV
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General Mills Hopes To Patent Promising Protein-Rich Oat Variety

May 2, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
General Mills has applied for U.S. patent for oat variety it has developed with the same high protein levels as a wild variety (Avena magna) but cultivable using standard farming practices. Avena magna plants are not suitable for mechanical harvesting because processing clogs threshing and de-hulling machines. Company’s high-protein variety has stable fatty acid profile, rendering it less vulnerable to oxidation. Could be used in “high protein granola bars, hot cereals, cold cereals, snack bars, cookies, gluten-free products, snacks, muffins, pancake mix and the like,” company said in application. [Image Credit: © USDA ]
Elaine Watson, "General Mills Seeks to Patent High-Protein Oat Variety", FOODnavigator-USA.com, May 02, 2017, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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