BEST Pea Hull Fibers are considered by FDA as an "intrinsic and intact" dietary fiber
March 29, 2017
In May 2016, the US FDA shook the fiber world when it released its long awaited final rule Nutrition and Supplement Facts Label Regulations. Several previously approved fibers, including oat fiber and inulin, were excluded from the new definitions. Customers have been left in limbo, wondering whether they need to be scrambling to find another fiber.
TerraVia’s Whole Algal Protein earns Canadian approval, gains North American appeal
January 11, 2017
With this approval, TerraVia has successfully achieved regulatory approval for its portfolio of AlgaVia® Whole Algae Ingredients—including AlgaVia® Whole Algal Protein and AlgaVia® Whole Algal Flour—for food use across North America.
More consumers are searching for solutions to help them cope with the negative effects of Celiac Disease, as well as gluten sensitivity and wheat allergies. Sethness Products Company provides safe, consumer-friendly color ingredients that give gluten-free products an enticing appearance.
perfectly free allergy-friendly frozen treats are low-calorie and free of the Big 8 food allergens
August 9, 2016
Just in time for another hot summer, Incredible Foods™ announced that its tasty perfectly free™ non-dairy, allergy-friendly frozen treats have hit the shelves of major supermarkets in New England, New York, New Jersey and other mid-Atlantic states including Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Washington D.C.
Formulations for those affected with food allergies is a growing concern for all aspects of the food/beverage industry. Prepared Foods’ R&D Seminar speakers discussed two of the biggest challenges: formulating nut-free foods and formulating for gluten-free
June 17, 2016
Nuts are an important source of nutrients for both humans and wildlife.
Inclusion Technologies new Bits-O-Flavor Flakes are flavor and color delivery systems formulated without any major food allergens
May 25, 2016
These customized flakes are flavor and color delivery systems that have been formulated without any of the “major food allergens” as defined by the FDA: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts (e.g. walnuts, almonds, cashews, pistachios, pecans), wheat, soy, fish, and shellfish.
Check out the April 2017 issue of Prepared Foods, featuring our cover story on how technologists are addressing sugar reduction with an expanding menu of sweeteners, the use of salts and spices to modernize formulations, and much more!