Healthy snacking

FOOD FOR KIDS: A chat with child nutritionists

FOOD FOR KIDS: A chat with child nutritionists

By Mary Ellen Shoup

With kids spending so much of their day in school while also being heavily influenced by their parents' eating habits, how can we get kids to make healthy food and beverage choices?

Ahead of the FOOD FOR KIDS summit, we catch up with one of the speakers Jennifer Chow, co-founder of Nurture Life, to talk about the challenges and opportunities in kids food.

FOOD FOR KIDS: Sitting down with Nurture Life

By Mary Ellen Shoup

The ideal situation for families with young children is a sit-down dinner seven days a week, but in many cases that's just not realistic, says co-founder of Nurture Life Jennifer Chow.

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...

Wilde Chicken Chips believes it can crack into breakfast time

Wilde Chicken Chips believes it can crack into breakfast time

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Wilde Chicken Chips – thinly-sliced premium cuts of chicken tossed in tapioca flour, fried in coconut oil, and seasoned in various spices – reached nationwide availability at Whole Foods and Sprouts stores last month and will be debuting a new flavor...

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Probiotics are waking up old categories across grocery aisles

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Consumers may not always be on the lookout for food products fortified with probiotics (outside of a yogurt purchase), but that hasn’t stopped manufacturers from developing new items that contain these living and active culture strains including oatmeal,...

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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.

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