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Bunge unveils functional lentil flour for clean label formulations

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Bunge North America has added a non-GMO lentil flour to its portfolio that the company says can serve as a “functional equivalent substitute” for modified starches and can be appear as “lentil flour” in an ingredient deck, appealing to consumers searching...

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Nielsen: How do sales of sustainable products stack up?

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Sustainability-related claims on food products are popping up more frequently and while still just a small fraction of market, items mentioning sustainability outperformed the growth rate of total products in their respective category, according to Nielsen.

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Mintel: What meat alternative attributes matter most to consumers?

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Demand for meat alternatives continues to be on the rise with a third of US consumers planning to buy more vegetarian/plant-based food products in the next year, according to Mintel's Better-For-You Eating Trends survey from August 2018, polling...

The Coconut Collaborative eyes up west coast in next wave of expansion

The Coconut Collaborative eyes up west coast in next wave of expansion

By Mary Ellen Shoup

After setting up its head offices and production facility in Manhattan Beach, California, in June, plant-based yogurt and dessert brand The Coconut Collaborative has confirmed listings with several West Coast retailers and will appear on those store shelves...

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Packaged Facts: The clean label consumer profile

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Consumers that say they seek out products they consider ‘clean label’ are more likely to enjoy grocery shopping and are actively engaged in the food shopping process, a Packaged Facts report revealed.

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