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dsm-firmenich gets FDA GRAS for novel HMOs

By Stephen Daniells

The US FDA has issued ‘Good Day Letters’ to dsm-firmenich for three Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) notices submitted for the human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) LNFP-l/2’-FL and hypoallergenic grade LNnT and 2’-FL.

Fauxmosa makes a non-alcoholic mimosa with California wine grapes

Summer Fancy Food Show

Fauxmosa makes a non-alcoholic mimosa with California wine grapes

By Deniz Ataman

Fauxmosa, a non-alcoholic mimosa brand, is made from California wine grapes and flavored with juices commonly found in a traditional mimosa was shown during the Summer Fancy Food Show which took place June 25-27 in New York City. CEO and co-founder,...

Clark + Hopkins explores global cuisine through hot sauce

Summer Fancy Food Show

Clark + Hopkins explores global cuisine through hot sauce

By Deniz Ataman

FoodNavigator-USA met with Brandon Clark, co-founder, Clark + Hopkins to talk about the brand’s portfolio of global flavors during the Summer Fancy Food Show which took place at the Javits Center in Manhattan, New York, June 25-27.

IFT First: Uniting the food system through food science and nutrition

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IFT FIRST: Uniting the food system through food science and nutrition

By Deniz Ataman

FoodNavigator-USA sat down with Anna Rosales, senior director of government affairs and nutrition, IFT, to discuss science-based nutrition advocacy within the organization and externally with stakeholders and policy makers during an exclusive interview...

IFT Preview: Consumers will pay more for cleaner and natural ingredient labels

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Consumers will pay more for cleaner and natural ingredient labels

By Deniz Ataman

“Generally, consumers are not really interested in the science. Just looking at the ingredients label, a shorter ingredient label deck resonates very much with consumers, and they attach it to a healthier product,” Lauretta-Lyn Katsriku, global platform...

The specialty foods market is expected to surpass $200b this year

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The specialty foods market is expected to surpass $200b this year

By Deniz Ataman

Despite overall sales growth, the specialty foods industry has faced challenges in recent years, including inflation, declining unit sales (for the first time) and increased competition from conventional grocery stores, explained David Lockwood, CEO,...

Expanding the non-alcoholic beverage category at Fancy Food Show

Expanding the non-alcoholic category at Fancy Food Show

By Deniz Ataman

Non-alcoholic beverages continue to grow with brands differentiating themselves through active ingredients, botanical flavors, glass and aluminum packaging and bold designs, as showcased at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City 25-27 where attendees...

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Understanding the consumers driving growth in alcohol-free

By Rachel Arthur

The alcohol alternatives category is growing – so who are the consumers driving the revolution? If brands want to succeed in the marketplace, they need to understand the complex variety of reasons consumers turn to the category.

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Mycoprotein and fungal proteins – The sustainability potential

By Augustus Bambridge-Sutton

Mycoprotein and fungal proteins take up less land than animal farming, and can be used to aid in regenerative agriculture, explains mycoprotein major Quorn - perhaps the best-known manufacturer of mycoprotein-based meat substitutes.

Snack marketing for multicultural consumers

Sweets & Snacks Expo

Snack marketing for multicultural consumers

By Deniz Ataman

As brands seek cultural fluency to develop products for different demographics, Kellogg’s presentation during the Sweets & Snacks Expo explored the various nuances of the multicultural and generational differences of the American snack consumer, specifically...

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