Flavorchem shares top at-home bakery, snack trends during COVID-19 pandemic
May 14, 2020
Quarantine snacking has seen wide variance in consumption between relishing in comfort food and enhanced diligence to healthier habits. Flavorchem revealed some of the most prominent bakery and snack trends taking place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
GNT Group introduces two EXBERRY® Coloring Foods that deliver bright orange shades in powder and oil-dispersible formats
May 12, 2020
GNT Group has launched two new EXBERRY® Coloring Foods that deliver bright orange shades in powder and oil-dispersible formats. Made from paprika and carrot, the new Brilliant Orange products provide solutions for a range of applications.
Yeast and ingredient companies will donate $100,000 starting with 6,000 loaves of bread each week through May
May 12, 2020
Widespread stay-at-home orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic have led to record rates of unemployment and increased pressure on food banks. In support of its local communities during this challenging time, Lesaffre Corp. and Red Star are making charitable food donations worth $100,000 to food banks, starting with the cities where the company operates: Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Dothan, Ala.; and Milwaukee.
New vegan cookies are gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free
May 8, 2020
Pride Enjoy recently introduced Chocolate Chunkas chocolate chip cookies. The new cookies are vegan, gluten-free and do not rely on conventional ingredients to achieve a traditional chocolate chip cookie taste.
The bread is made with whole wheat, soy, rice bran, chia seeds, and chicory root
April 27, 2020
Base Food, a Tokyo-based food tech company that creates nutritionally complete pantry staples, launched a new product called Base Bread. In some ways, this direct-to-consumer product is launched at a perfect time - given the grocery store shortages due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and consumers’ need for flexible, healthy WFH meal options.
Producing safe food is non-negotiable. This is particularly true for gluten-free foods intended for the approximately 3.2 million Americans with celiac disease, for whom trace amounts of gluten can cause debilitating health problems.
Company purchases 175,000-sq-ft facility in Effingham, Ill.
April 10, 2020
Continental Mills, Inc., the maker of premium baking, breakfast and snack brands, including the beloved Krusteaz speed-scratch mixes and others, purchased a 175,000 square foot facility in Effingham, Ill., located adjacent to its existing manufacturing facility in Effingham.
Check out the June 2020 issue of Prepared Foods, featuring our cover story on creating functional flavors with stocks, bases & sauces, consumers’ appetite for beef and other animal proteins, new dairy and dairy alternative offerings, and much more.