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CARBOHYDRATES AND FIBERS (SUGAR, STARCHES) 
 
 
PRODUCT NEWSLETTER - 14-Nov-2017
 
This issue is sponsored by Bénéo
 
 
LATEST NEWS
 
 
 
Where next for natural sweeteners? In conversation with Layn USA
 
Monk fruit is still more expensive than stevia, but significant progress is being made on tackling the pricing and regulatory issues that have historically held the market back, says Layn Corp, a leading supplier of monk fruit and stevia based natural sweeteners...
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Functional snacks: from mindful to delightful.
 
Help culture healthier habits from morning till night by tending to snack lovers’ expectations on taste and healthfulness. For sugar-reduced vanilla pudding with a digestive plus or inspiration on sugar replacement with slow-release carbs...

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Dietary fiber a major stumbling block to timely Nutrition Facts implementation, industry stakeholders tell FDA
 
Comments to the FDA about a proposed delay to the compliance date for the new Nutrition Facts panel show public health advocates want a rapid transition, while most industry stakeholders want more time, in part due to continued uncertainty over which ingredients the FDA will classify as ‘dietary fibers.’..
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Per capita consumption of dairy milk beverages plunges 22% between 2000 and 2016; plant-based alternatives pick up the slack
 
US per capita consumption of dairy milk beverages decreased by 22% from 197 pounds to 154 pounds between 2000 and 2016, according to data* from USDA’s economic research service, with the biggest drop in fat-free and skim milk (whole milk in contrast is seeing a slight resurgence). But what are consumers drinking instead?..
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 Trendspotting at FNCE places convenience, larger servings and veggies front and center
 
Convenience played a starring role among the new products launched and featured at the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo in Chicago last month, along with products that promoted bigger as better and placed veggies front and center...
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New flavors, textures and transparency requirements will shape 2018 food trends
 
Early predictions from Whole Foods Market about what will be hot suggests 2018 will be a year of contradictions with consumers balancing health and indulgence, while at the same time pursuing both bold and subtle new flavors...
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 Soup-To-Nuts podcast: How Ocean Spray is saving cranberries from becoming unintentional victims of the sugar war
 
They say a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down and that certainly has been a major play for selling tart-tasting cranberries that are bursting with health benefits – but as the war on sugar grows, this strategy is at risk, forcing stakeholders to develop a new game plan to sell the fruit...
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 Research suggests prebiotic fiber could add to the arsenal for fighting the obesity epidemic
 
The stubborn rise of obesity rates in America despite the launch of a wide-range of calorie-restricting ‘diet’ products and exercise plans underscores the difficulty of weight loss, but emerging research on the role of the gut microbiota in the battle of the bulge suggests the solution could lie in what people eat and not necessarily in how much...
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Enjoy Life revamps packaging to emphasize allergy-friendly branding, mainstream appeal
 
Bold new packaging, streamlined branding and even cleaner ingredient decks will boost the appeal of Enjoy Life’s snacks and baking mixes to its core allergy-suffering consumer-base as well as more mainstream shoppers, a company spokeswoman predicts...
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New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis invests ‘significant’ sum in Zing Bars
 
They had a pretty lengthy courtship, but two years after they first began wooing New York Knicks player Kristaps Porzingis, Seattle-based vitality brand Zing Bar has tied the knot with the NBA star, who has made a ‘significant’ investment in the company, taken a seat on its board, and agreed to become a brand ambassador...
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QUARTERLY EARNINGS


Mondelēz bounces back in Q3 driven by ‘chocobakery’ business
 
Mondelēz has recovered from its 2017 Q2 sales decline and posted organic net revenue growth of 2.8% in the third quarter, reaching $6.53bn...
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RELATED PRODUCTS
 
 
 
 
Sugar Reduction for Tastier, Healthier Foods and Beverages - FlavorHealth
 
Survey Report: The state of the food & beverage industry in North America 2017 - William Reed
 
From Italian grape a totally unique sweetener - Faravelli Group
 
New Stabilizers for RTD Dairy Beverages - TIC Gums
 
Fibre: the key to brightening your golden years - Tate & Lyle
 
How today’s packaged foods enable the plant-based lifestyle? - Roquette
 
How to Formulate Clean-Label Yogurt, Soups and Sauces (and Why You Should) - Tate & Lyle
 
 
 
SUPPLIERS
 
 
 
FlavorHealth
Naturally…Making Healthy Taste Great® is the core of FlavorHealth's mission to create natural flavor solutions that help food and beverage manufacturers deliver healthier pro.. More details
 
Jungbunzlauer
Jungbunzlauer is a leading producer of biodegradable ingredients of natural origin. We are a Swiss-based, family-owned company whose roots date back to 1867. We operate FSSC .. More details
 
Naturex
Naturex sources, manufactures and markets natural specialty ingredients for the food, health and cosmetic industries. As the Natural Maker, the company actively supports the .. More details
 
Tate & Lyle
Tate & Lyle is a global provider of distinctive, high quality ingredients and solutions for the food, beverage and other industries.Though our large-scale, efficient manufact.. More details
 
 
 
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