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Soozy's at the Winter Fancy Food Show in January this year

'It’s more about a lifestyle and philosophy of eating ...'

Soozy’s raises $2.5m: ‘We’re not sure what the shelf-life of the Paleo trend will be, but the philosophy behind it is here to stay’

By Elaine Watson

If some of the trends Soozy’s is tapping into – Paleo, gluten-free, grain-free – lack universal appeal, its broader philosophy of “clean eating,” minimally processed foods with “ingredients you can pronounce” and no “fillers, stabilizers and additives,”...

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GALLERY: Trendspotting at Sweets & Snacks Expo 2018

By Mary Ellen Shoup

The Sweets & Snacks Expo took place at Chicago's McCormick Place last week where chips, poppable bites, and functional health twists were in full force. Take a look at some of the trailblazers and emerging brands FoodNavigator-USA spotted on...

Ancient grains such khorasan wheat could serve as an alternative to those with general wheat sensitivities, Kamut International-funded study claims. ©GettyImages/stevanovicigor

All wheat is not created equal: A case for ancient khorasan wheat

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Can we as a society eat our way to health by consuming fewer high-yield, mass-produced foods such as modern wheat? That’s the position taken by Bob Quinn, Ph.D., an organic farmer and founder of Kamut International – a producer of the ancient grain, khorasan...

 Tom Cindel: “Everything is designed around simplicity, we don’t have 30 different kinds of ketchup. Basically, it’s just easy to shop here.”

'No one wants to pay more than they have to for groceries...'

SPECIAL FEATURE: ‘Who shops at ALDI? You, me, anyone who eats food…’

By Elaine Watson

Consumers are tired of cavernous stores with “90 different jars of pasta sauce,” said Tom Cindel, director of operations at ALDI’s Moreno Valley, CA, division, pointing to a shelf at the recently opened store in Monrovia, CA. “We just buy this one, it’s...

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