The new product is plant-based, vegan, non-GMO, cholesterol free, gluten free, kosher, and soy free
August 31, 2021
Franklin Farms™ introduced a line of chickpea products to its portfolio of plant-based offerings. As the plant-based food market continues to grow and diversify, the new line of tofu made from chickpeas offers consumers soy-free options that are low-fat and allergen-free.
Ingredients like Banza® chickpea pasta, zoodles and cauliflower rice deliver key nutrients and flavors
August 18, 2021
The recipes are inspired by four popular ways of eating: high protein, meatless, gluten free and low carb lifestyle. With a variety of offerings for any time of day, Life Cuisine provides thoughtfully created recipes designed for different lifestyles.
The products are made with a proprietary six-legume blend
June 16, 2021
Fillets and Plant-Based Breaded Crab Cakes. Developed to recreate classic nostalgic comfort foods, the new lineup — crafted from Good Catch's proprietary six-legume blend (peas, chickpeas, lentils, soy, fava beans and navy beans) — offers a plant-based solution to bycatch, mercury contamination and overfishing.
Consumer interest in comfort foods, especially indulgent foods, is higher than ever. Yet the forces driving that interest are in conjunction with an equally high awareness of the importance of nutrition to health. The two trends need not be in conflict, however. Several strategies already are firmly rooted in formulating better baked goods.
Bakery foods, especially baking ingredients, were one of the first categories to experience COVID-19-induced consumption gains in 2020. Last spring brought shelter-in-place orders and they unleashed a once-in-a-lifetime stampede for home baking supplies.
The new pasta provides two servings of veggies and 24g of plant-based protein
February 9, 2021
Chickapea, a B-Corp and woman-owned natural foods company, announced an innovative new take on pasta: +Greens. This veggie-packed, organic and gluten-free pasta is made with only chickpeas, lentils, kale, and spinach.
Retailer’s Trends Council predicts emerging flavors, culinary influences and products poised for the spotlight in the coming year
October 22, 2020
Whole Foods Market global buyers and experts unveiled their top 10 anticipated food trends for 2021 in the retailer’s sixth annual trends predictions. Hard kombucha, upcycled foods, leveled-up breakfasts and jerky made from produce are among the food influences expected to take off in the next year.