The sports nutrition market aims to meet the wellness demands of mainstream consumers as well as athletes.
Even though interest in better-for-you foods continues to rise, less than half of Americans consider their diet to be healthy.
Late last year, the FDA made a request for public input as it works to redefine the nutrient content claim, “healthy,” for food labels.
Consumer demand for nutritious products has some retailers focused on product ingredients and nutritional profiles.
For food producers, transparency in regards to nutrition focused reformulations could potentially grow sales compared to stealth reformulations of the recent past.
Younger consumers are revitalizing the soup category with their interest in premium broths and stocks.
From shifting eating habits to new ingredients, opportunities are rising for creativity in the foodservice realm.
New packaging and flavorful, nutritious ingredients help increase sales.
Consumer friendly labels help shoppers find the familiar, nutritious ingredients they want in snacks.
As 2016 is declared the International Year of Pulses, consumers and manufacturers alike are learning to embrace these vegetarian protein sources.