All news articles for March 2018

A miniaturised sensor mounted on a tooth. ©SilkLab, Tufts University.

Tooth-mounted sensor capable of tracking food intake

By Will Chu

A miniaturised sensor that can be mounted on a tooth has been developed to transmit data on glucose and salt intake, in a development highlighting the progress made in health-monitoring wearable devices.

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Plant-based groups outline wish list for upcoming Farm Bill

By Stephen Daniells

From leveling the playing field between plant-based and meat and dairy, to increasing investment in plant-based food R&D research and development of plant-based foods and clean meat, leading plant-based advocacy groups are outlining their wish lists...

Em+Pact empowers women to eat healthier and become ‘goal diggers’

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Em+Pact empowers women to eat healthier and become ‘goal diggers’

By Elizabeth Crawford

Industry newcomer Em+Pact is carving out an underserved niche in the $600 million protein bar category by targeting women with products that are crafted to meet their specific nutritional needs and by working with nonprofits to empower them to be “goal...

Truth Bar balances convenience, function and flavor

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Truth Bar balances convenience, function and flavor

By Elizabeth Crawford

Americans are snacking more than ever, but not just any bag of chips or candy bar will do. Rather, they want products that are both convenient and nutritious – two boxes that the makers of Truth Bar check with their line of functional nutrition bars.

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