Olam Food Ingredients, Agri-Neo offer organically pasteurized dried onions
October 12, 2021
Olam Food Ingredients (OFI) said its spices business is entering into a strategic partnership with Agri-Neo to provide the industry’s first organically pasteurized dried onions. The partnership combines OFI’s market leadership in dried onions and Agri-Neo’s pasteurization technology, Neo-Pure™.
Most food is judged by the consumer before it’s ever tasted. The color and appearance of foods and beverages are a primary aspect of what encourages someone to desire and taste them. The vibrant greens of fresh produce, the rainbow hues of fruits, or the more subtle, creamy beiges and golds of cheeses, and the rich browns of baked goods and seared meats can awaken a slumbering palate.
Solabia- Algatech Nutrition, is launching 100% natural whole Euglena gracilis algae BioGlena™ for immune support. This unprocessed source of high-in-demand β-glucan is suitable for daily use for the whole family.
Caramel colors are among the oldest food colorings, used in the food industry to impart an appealing appearance to food products since the 1800s. Today, caramel colors account for approximately 80% of all color additives used in foods and beverages, appearing in products such as, spirits, sauces, baked goods, processed meats, and even pet foods.
The new cereal contains 7g of fiber and 7g of protein
June 29, 2021
Kashi Simply Raisin eliminates added sugars while containing 7g of fiber and 7g of protein, making it a choice for those looking for a balanced and quick breakfast option. The biscuits feature sun-ripened, California raisins and a touch of cinnamon, packing flavor and a nutritional boost.
A variety of industry trends are responsible for an uptick in healthy snack options:
There is a growing preference amongst snackers for products that provide more healthful options than typical snacks.
"Free from" remains a top driving trend for healthy-ingredient snack sales, with allergen- and gluten-free claims the most popular.
Protein, bite-sized snacks, and innovative flavors are in high demand.
There has been an increase in the percentage of adults who believe they snack healthier, which has climbed to 30% in the last decade. Relatedly, younger Americans are more likely to believe they eat healthier than are older adults.
Finally, the term "natural" as a marketing tool may have to change if the US Food and Drug Administration adopts regulations concerning the term.