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Supermarkets have an unbelievable opportunity to build on the semi-homemade category, says guru

The growing semi-homemade category offers an ‘unbelievable opportunity’ for retailers, as Millennials want to feel like they’re making dishes themselves.

'Supermarket guru' Phil Lempert

We haven't hit peak Greek yet, says Dannon as Evolution Fresh yogurts hit grocery stores nationwide

While some commentators believe we have reached ‘peak Greek’ in the yogurt aisle, Dannon remains bullish about the growth potential of Greek yogurt as new Evolution Fresh fruit-on-the-bottom Greek nonfat yogurts with the tagline ‘inspired by Dannon’ roll out to grocery stores nationwide.

Meet the people behind a2 milk, Yasso, Smári Organics, Tarte Foods, and good culture

Interested in new dairy trends? Join us at the LIVE FoodNavigator-USA Dairy Innovation Forum today!

Will tummy-friendly a2 milk be a hit in the US market? And is the cottage cheese category ripe for disruption?

Skipping breakfast may put diabetics at risk of dangerous blood sugar spikes, warn researchers

Diabetics who skip breakfast may be provoking hazardous blood sugar spikes by fasting until lunch, according to new research.

Control of breeding process set its pea protein apart, says World Food Processing

Iowa-based World Food Processing says its “seed-to-solution” approach sets its pea protein apart as the only such protein grown and processed in the US.

'The First Amendment forbids the government from compelling private speakers to express the government’s views:' ABA

Soda industry sues San Francisco over sugary drink warnings

The American Beverage Association (ABA) is suing San Francisco over mandatory warning labels on soda advertisements, saying the rules violate the First Amendment. 

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