Packaged food sales 'anemic' in 2017, says Euromonitor; Hispanic buying trends; Walter Robb invests in HeatGenie; Gen Mills' gluten-free innovation

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Euromonitor on US retail sales of packaged food in 2017: Growth has been pretty anemic
US retail sales* of packaged foods are estimated to increase by an anemic 1.2% in 2017, predict analysts at market research provider, Euromonitor International. FoodNavigator-USA caught up with Jared Koerten, lead analyst, and Dewey Warner, research analyst, to delve into a few key categories...

Hispanic shoppers emerge as heavy natural, organic buyers in the US
Hispanic shoppers buy significantly more natural, organic and better-for-you items than the overall US population, which suggests manufacturers in the space could generate even higher sales by targeting the demographic, according to new research from the full-service marketing firm Acosta...

Walter Robb invests in HeatGenie self-heating beverage tech firm as it gears up for 2018 launch
Former Whole Foods co-CEO Walter Robb has invested in self-heating beverage packaging firm HeatGenie and joined its board of directors as it gears up for a 2018 launch with some high-profile beverage brands...

Fresh, filled and free-from: General Mills seeks patent on gluten-free pastas
General Mills is seeking to patent a way to make gluten-free and reduced-gluten fresh, filled pastas such as ravioli without any breakages or tears during processing...

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Where next for natural sweeteners? In conversation with Layn USA
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Goodbye NuVal and good riddance?
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Organic industry fights back against USDA delay of animal welfare rule
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High increases in organic production signals a maturing of the American market
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