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Some Hot Food Trends For Autumn

September 17, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Protein-rich foods and so-called super teas are among the hottest food products this fall, according to Supermarket News. The more protein in a product the better, apparently. Kashi Go Lean cereal, for example, has 13 grams per serving and an 8-ounce container of Voskos’ nonfat Greek yogurt has 20 grams. SymphonyIRI says sales of protein-rich foods were up 8.6 percent through June to $3.5 billion. In the beverage category, Celestial Seasonings, the Republic of Tea and Salada Tea have unveiled functional teas fortified with herbs, vitamins and other nutrients. Other hot items for autumn: raw (unprocessed, uncooked) foods and foods containing the spice turmeric, in demand because of its purported anti-inflammatory properties.
Robert Vosburgh and Christine Blank, "SN Whole Health: Fall 2012 Trends", Supermarket News, September 17, 2012, © Penton Media
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