Global food tech start-up, Zero Egg, introduces all-purpose, plant-based “egg for everyone” on World Egg Day; targets foodservice market
October 8, 2020
As demand for alternatives to animal products is at an all-time high among omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike, Zero Egg, San Francisco, is cracking the US market by boldly taking over the decades-old traditional World Egg Day on October 9 to introduce the first plant-based egg replacement that tastes, looks, and functions like an ordinary egg, but is entirely made with plants.
Stephanie Tripp to take on new role as director of foodservice marketing
June 30, 2020
Idahoan Foods announced Stephanie (Steph) Tripp as director of foodservice marketing. Tripp will report to vice president of foodservice Craig Gentry and will lead all foodservice marketing efforts, including a strategic focus on innovation and the digital engagement of operators.
Demand for sports-nutrition products is broadening. No longer fueled by bodybuilders and competitive athletes alone, the global market for sports-performance foods, beverages and supplements is forecast to grow at a 9.7% compound annual rate through 2025—driven increasingly by purchases from recreational athletes and “everyday” consumers.
New products deliver a home-style, skin-on, crispy fry
February 18, 2020
“According to Datassential's* research, 54% of customers crave more exciting fry options. We took that knowledge to our kitchen and created a unique fry shape and flavored it with distinct seasonings to deliver bold flavor and big results for our operators,” said Kim Cupelli, vice president of marketing.
One way consumers define convenience is as easy-to-eat, grab-and-go snacks. Bars and handheld baked goods are popular options, and potatoes can make them better, such as in a potato-infused toaster pastry.
The Master Chefs’ Institute is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of culinary excellence by conducting comprehensive and objective third-party testing
October 16, 2019
Lamb Weston frozen potato products were submitted for testing against national competitors’ products. Different lots of products were tested independently against a variety of attributes. All the products Lamb Weston submitted for testing qualified for the Seal of Excellence, which signifies the products achieved the Master Chef standard of quality.
Consider the case of breads made from yeast-leavened doughs. A common complaint among bakers is that tackiness in such doughs hinders production—slowing the mix, necessitating frequent starts and stops—and generally makes the dough harder to handle.