National Starch believes that enabling food companies to label
their products as containing no or minimal additives or ingredients
is set to be a highly lucrative practice in the future, write
Sales of diet candy more than quadrupled between 2000 and 2004,
fueled by better-tasting products, improved formulations and
heightened concern over weight gain in adults and children,
writes Anthony Fletcher.
The maker of a new functional beverage that claims to burn calories
by increasing metabolism says products with net negative calories
are the next step in the evolution of the diet drinks market. But
can consumers be assured that...
Making a calcium-fortified drink could get easier for companies
participating in a new study designed to investigate which of the
numerous types of calcium ingredients perform best in which
application, writes Dominique Patton.
A raft of clinical evidence has linked consumption of omega-3 fatty
acids from fish oils to a reduced risk of sudden cardiac death, but
a new study suggests that in some patients with life-threatening
abnormal heart rhythms they may...