Activity in baby snacks, desserts and meals is firmly centered on natural and unadulterated formulations
April 22, 2020
While early stage infant nutrition is firmly focused on the developmental needs of babies, it is evident that parents’ interests shift as their children grow and that adult themes become increasingly important in post-weaning categories.
Omya presents solutions for nutrition and calcium-rich baby foods
March 19, 2020
Omya Calcipur® meets USP, FCC and E170 purity requirements and provides excellent stability. Containing approximately 40% calcium, the ingredient boosts calcium content of the end product, with appropriate support for the nutritional requirements of babies and toddlers.
The term “clear labeling” (which Innova Market Insights coined for its 2015 Top Ten Trends listing) has now fully entered industry parlance. It’s used in several marketing campaigns and each day, manufacturers continuing voicing their commitment to clean label platforms.
Infant and toddler nutrition concerns are about to become even more important than ever. The USDA will soon issue its 2020 US Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA), and they will include, for the first time, guidelines for kids aged 0-2 years.
Last year, the focus was on teens. This year, our inestimable experts, Dr. Keith-Thomas Ayoob (clinical professor emeritus of the Department of Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NYC) and Jill Litwin (founder and CEO of Peas of Mind LLC, award-winning makers of foods for little ones) swing their attention to the other side of the playground and take a look at babies and infants, the 0-2 age group, in "Building Better Babies."