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2012 in food science: Is phosphorus the new trans-fat? HFCS, GMOs, organics, gluten sensitivity and measuring calories...

By Elaine WATSON , 21-Dec-2012

From new research into the relationship between excess dietary phosphorus and the risk of cardiovascular disease to questions over the accuracy of how we currently measure calories, 2012 was an action packed year in the field of food research.  Check out this FoodNavigator-USA picture gallery of highlights.

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Trendspotting at SIAL Canada reveals quinoa, meat snacks and chocolate

Trendspotting at SIAL Canada reveals quinoa, meat snacks and premium chocolate

Quinoa-based foods, bean-to-bar chocolate, innovative meat-snacks and plant-based convenience foods continue to emerge as on-trend products that...

Taste Test Friday: The Little Kernel has consumers wanting more

Taste Test Friday: The Little Kernel has consumers wanting more

The founders of The Little Kernel argue that smaller is better when it comes to ready-to-eat popcorn...

New hires at Sparkling ICE, RUNA, Conagra, Coca-Cola

NEW HIRES GALLERY: Conagra hires innovation chief, Klock stops at Sparkling ICE, new blood at RUNA

Check out who’s moving onwards and upwards at Coca-Cola, Hershey, Conagra Brands, Mondelez, RUNA, D's Naturals, Hippeas,...

NEW PRODUCTS, from compostable coffee pods to turmeric tea drops

NEW PRODUCTS GALLERY: From compostable coffee pods to turmeric tea drops

Check out FoodNavigator-USA’s latest gallery of new products hitting US shelves, spanning everything from plant-based proteins, grain...

Trendspotting at CHFA West, from barley couscous to seaweed pesto

GALLERY: Trendspotting at CHFA West, from barley couscous to seaweed pesto

From turmeric paste, barley couscous and konjac rice to cashew nut spreads, coffee leaf tea and adaptogen-laced...

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