Cargill identifies trio of novel solutions to reduce saturated fats in baked goods
May 9, 2016
Using starches, vegetable waxes and emulsions, Cargill scientists have created fat systems that lower saturated fat by as much as 40% in shortenings, without compromising finished product attributes. Cargill researchers recently presented the three novel approaches to reducing saturated fat in bakery applications during the American Oil Chemists Society (AOCS) annual meeting.
Researchers and thought leaders weigh in on cutting-edge strategies that may help drive down rates of obesity
January 28, 2015
From nutritious foods that fill you up faster to new weight-loss medications to government food taxes, obesity experts predict maintaining a healthy weight may get much easier during the next few decades.
National nutrition symposia discusses the need to reassess nutrition guidelines
November 27, 2014
Leading academics and researchers are set to challenge the way Canadians think about saturated fat, sodium and sugar and explore the pitfalls posed by the "nutrient-focused" approach used in dietary guidelines at a series of cross-Canada symposia titled, "Straight Talk about Nutrition Guidelines".
2014 Update to GMA Health and Wellness Surveys Finds that Food and Beverage Companies Have Introduced More Than 30,000 Healthier Product Choices
November 3, 2014
More than 30,000 healthier product choices have been made available to consumers between 2002 and 2013 according to the 2014 Health & Wellness Survey released today by the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA). The new choices represent an additional 10,000 in just the last four years.
Penford Food Ingredients introduces GumPlete systems, a synergistic blend of starches and gums
November 3, 2014
Penford Food Ingredients used SupplySide West to launch GumPlete® systems, a synergistic blend of starches and gums that can improve texture and allow for a clean flavor release more effectively than using an individual gum or starch independently.