General Mills claims it has improved the nutritional profile of 68% of its product line by sales volume since 2005, reformulating to include more fiber, calcium and whole grains, and less sodium, saturated fat, trans fat and added sugar.
Prevalence of celiac disease in the United States may vary by ethnicity, with the highest prevalence among non-Hispanic whites, according to a new study published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology.
Marketers traditionally have focused their attention on the under-50s – but over-50s in the United States still have enormous spending power, and food marketers shouldn’t ignore them, says a new report from the Nielsen Company.
The more we move, the slimmer we will become, right? However, with ballooning obesity rates over the past 30 years, research suggests that this is not the case. US adults are moving more than ever – but eating more than ever too.
Bakery and snack manufacturers can expect a higher wheat price in the coming months as the US drought has hit the maize market putting pressure on wheat supplies amid export concerns in Russia, says an analyst.
Age is the single most important factor determining when and where Americans eat, according to a new report from market research organization Packaged Facts, which suggests ways that food companies can respond to shifting demographics and eating habits.
High demand for environmentally friendly goods is providing the food industry with growing opportunities to create a new and unique supply chain system that offers advantages for everybody, according to new research.
Monster Beverage Corporation faces a new legal scrap with hip-hop combo The Beastie Boys, and says it cannot predict the business effects of another action filed by an unnamed state attorney general’s office in July.