Healthy snacking

Tate & Lyle hits the sweet spot

Tate & Lyle hits the sweet spot

By Danielle Masterson

Ingredient solutions firm Tate & Lyle continues to build its sweetener portfolio as consumers shift from full-sugar to reduced-sugar offerings.

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Wholesome Yum focuses on zero-sugar honey, expands flavor portfolio

By Deniz Ataman

Wholesome Yum’s Zero Sugar Honey Substitute, made of monk fruit, allulose and tapioca fiber blend, reigns as the brand’s most popular product since its launch two years ago to fill in gap of zero-sugar honey products in the market, Maya Krampf, founder,...

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Digital trends: Women's health tops the charts

By Nikki Hancocks

A 2024 food trends report from Tastewise informs that women’s health concerns have topped the online conversation charts in the last 12 months, with hormone health top of consumer health agendas.

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NPD Trend Tracker: From wholegrain spelt to Christmas dinner pie

By Augustus Bambridge-Sutton

In this week’s NPD Trend Tracker, we have a range of festive products, including a festive wrap, festive ice-cream flavours and a pie containing an entire Christmas dinner. We also have a new flavour from Tate & Lyle, a wholegrain spelt from Merchant...

Will Ozempic be the catalyst to a healthier food, beverage industry?

Will Ozempic be the catalyst to a healthier food, beverage industry?

By Ryan Daily

GLP-1 drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy have garnered consumer attention for their ability to curb unhealthy food and beverage cravings, leading to weight loss, as large CPG companies and major retailers might be able to use the moment to refocus on providing...

Exploring how consumers define ‘healthy’ through dietary patterns

Futureproofing the Food System

Exploring how consumers define ‘healthy’ through dietary patterns

By Deniz Ataman

Consumers’ relationship with food continues to evolve through diets that target more specific needs while simultaneously shifting how they define healthy, according to results from the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Food and Health survey.

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Cedar’s Foods takes dip beyond snacks with labne launch

By Elizabeth Crawford

Sitting between Greek yogurt and soft cheese, labne (sometimes spelled labneh) has the potential to be the next big dip in the US – potentially rivaling long-time creamy favorites Ranch and French Onion but with a better-for-you positioning – but first,...

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