FruitSmart identifies fruit juice, botanical combinations as a trend
February 16, 2023
FruitSmart has identified rising demand for fruit juice and botanical combinations as a major new trend in the healthy beverage space, and will highlight its capability to blend them at Natural Products Expo West, March 8-10, 2023.
Scores of new immunity products are bolstered with ingredients such as elderberry, ginger, turmeric and mushroom extract
November 16, 2022
Founded in 2015, Vive Organic is apioneer in cold-pressed and plant-powered 2oz ready-to-drink wellness shots made from organic and sustainably sourced super-herbs. Vive Organic's beverages are organic, non-GMO, gluten free and vegan and offered in thousands of blue-chip retailers across the United States.
DolCas Biotech gains Health Canada “natural product” certifications for turmeric, ginger extracts
October 28, 2022
DolCas Biotech, LLC has attained two Health Canada natural product licenses, one for its concentrated turmeric extract, Curcugen®, and the other for Ginfort®, a powerful ginger extract in powdered format.
The new slim and sleek can is designed for on-the-go consumption, providing consumers with additional sizing options
May 4, 2022
The new 12oz formula touts 120mg of natural caffeine from green tea extract and green coffee. ZOA is the only healthy energy drink that combines turmeric and camu camu, which includes 80% of the daily value of vitamin C.
Kerry highlights top flavors for innovation in its 2022 Global Taste Charts
January 17, 2022
Tastes that offer novelty, over-the-top indulgence and targeted health benefits are set to drive consumer preferences in the US in 2022, according to Kerry, the world’s leading taste and nutrition company.
As consumers continue to recognize the important place of digestive health in immunity and cognitive and emotional health, their appetite for food formulations that offer gastrointestinal benefits grows. As better-for-you food and beverage formulators strive to stay up to date on new ingredients in the pipeline, it’s worth a brief look at a few key ingredients expected to trend in the coming year and beyond.
Whole Foods Market suggests non-alcoholic spirits, yuzu, prebiotics and botanicals are among the food influences expected to rise in popularity in the next year
October 20, 2021
Each year, a Trends Council of more than 50 Whole Foods Market team members, including local foragers, regional and global buyers, and culinary experts compile trend predictions based on decades of experience and expertise in product sourcing and studying consumer preferences, as well as in-depth workshopping with emerging and existing brands. Here is a list of the council's top 10 trends for 2022...