Bart Silvestro will take on the role of chief operating officer and president
January 29, 2019
In his new position, Silvestro will leverage his extensive industry background and resources to manage key relationships with stakeholders, retailers and brand partners as the business grows and scales.
Lutein for blue light, mushrooms, green beauty products, and clean ingredient lists are expected to gain ground in the new year
January 18, 2019
Natural Grocers, America's Nutrition Education Expert, surveyed more than 70 of the company's nutrition experts and pored over the latest research to identify the expected top 10 breakout trends in nutrition and health in 2019.
New non-GMO, in-house production capabilities will give the biobased solutions company greater control in supplying market needs
January 4, 2019
The strategic investment is intended to help ensure continuity and security of supply for Corbion customers who have embraced the company's vinegar-based solutions as effective alternatives to synthetic ingredients.
It seems clear that transition to natural is global in nature. According to Mintel, more than 75% of the food and drink products launched globally in the first three quarters of 2018 used colors from natural sources versus synthetic options.
Coffee Snacks expands JavaUp energy bar distribution through East Coast
December 7, 2018
“JavaUp provides an anytime, convenient, on-the-go way to get your coffee ‘fix’ in a delicious nutritious bar,” says Lisa Newmann, founder and CEO of JavaUp. “It’s exciting to watch our business expand in the Northeast region and we’re confident 7-Eleven customers will jump at the chance to JavaUp!”
Synergy Flavors’ new TRU Stories portal is a new ingredient education resource for food formulators
September 12, 2018
Consumers are becoming increasingly savvy in their pursuit of healthier food and beverage options that offer both a clean label and a delicious sensory experience. In fact, 75% of US consumers claim to read food product ingredient labels, according to Innova Market Insights.
Everything starts at the ground level. Initial distribution of ingredients was based on regional availability and classic preservation techniques. A return to roots is happening. When the farm-to-table trend hit restaurants, it was a game-changer. The landscape shifted, and specific farms were highlighted on menus. Farmers, in turn, gained name recognition for humanely raised poultry and meats, unique herbs, and heirloom varietals of corn, tomatoes, plums, and other produce.
Check out the October 2019 issue of Prepared Foods, featuring our cover story on new gums, fibers and starches that are adding function and on-trend appeal, the growing popularity of portable, on-the-go eating, and much more.