Americans still are not meeting the recommended intake levels for dietary fiber, a nutritional failure that can lead to the development of a number of health issues down the road. The shortfall is so critical that the new “Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020-2025” has designated dietary fiber as “a dietary component of public health concern.”
Today’s consumers are rarely satisfied with just a thirst-quenching drink when they crave a beverage. They’re seeking healthful extras that target everything from immunity to mood issues, from energy to meal replacement. And of course, they want plenty of flavor with few calories.
Funding will enable PeaTos to continue its mission to give Americans new and better snack options
February 3, 2021
The funds will enable PeaTos to continue driving its mission to revolutionize chips by adding nutrient-dense peas to the traditional corn base and replacing the artificial colors and flavors with more natural ingredients.
The new sandwich cookies are plant-based, low-sugar, and low-carb
January 26, 2021
Catalina Crunch® announced the expansion of its line of Keto-Friendly Sandwich Cookies. Inspired by classic favorites, the cookies are now available in four decadent varieties, with Vanilla Creme, Peanut Butter, and Chocolate Mint joining the original Chocolate Vanilla.
With consumers clamoring for more plant-based products, the experts at Hormel Ingredient Solutions, an industry leader in protein-based ingredients for prepared foods manufacturers, offers a new line of plant-based ingredient solutions available to food manufacturers across the country.
New pasta alternative contains one-third fewer net carbs than regular pasta per 3oz serving
December 18, 2020
ZENB, an online plant-based food brand on a mission to make its plant-forward products more accessible and convenient introduced single-ingredient pastas made entirely from yellow peas with the same taste and texture of regular pasta.
Vegetarianism and flexitarianism continue to grow in popularity, driven by health concerns as well as demand for greater sustainability and animal welfare. This means that alternative protein ingredients will continue to be of high interest to consumers, and therefore also to food and beverage formulators.