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After gaining a cult following for its 'mix-it-yourself' keto meal shakes, Sated spent two years developing its RTD product line.

Sated keto meal shakes will be a competitor to Soylent, says founder

By Mary Ellen Shoup

After blowing through its $10,800 Kickstarter goal within a few hours, Sated – the brand behind newly-introduced ready-to-drink (RTD) ‘keto meal shakes’ – believes betting big on the keto diet trend will propel the brand to a wider audience including...

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Where next in snacking? Food industry experts weigh in

By Mary Ellen Shoup

What’s the motivation behind consumers’ snacking habits? According to Mintel research, 50% of US consumers said the top reason they snack is to treat themselves, and 28% agree that taste is more important than health when choosing a snack.

'Common sense clean label?' In conversation with Otis Spunkmeyer

'Common sense clean label?' In conversation with Otis Spunkmeyer

By Elaine Watson

To the casual observer, ‘cleaning up’ food labels sounds like an eminently sensible thing to do. After all, who wants to ingest anything ‘dirty?’ But what, precisely, are these grubby imposters apparently lurking in our foods and beverages?

Juicy Juice path to growth will be through better-for-you new production introductions, says CMO Ilene Bergenfeld.

Juicy Juice evolves to meet parents’ concerns about sugar

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Parents are monitoring sugar content in their kids’ food and beverage products more closely than ever, presenting traditional ‘kid-friendly’ categories such as juice with an opportunity to create more low- to no-sugar options.

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