Antioxidants/Omegas

Vitamins and minerals: Going mainstream

February 12, 2014

Walking through the grocery store recently, I overheard a conversation between two people going through their shopping list. “All we are missing is some protein,” said one patron to the other. 


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The skinny on fats and oils

December 10, 2013

New formulations, changing government regulations and market volatility all come into play regarding the fats and oils market. Even though fat remains an important part of a healthy diet, some fats are better than others. Here’s a look at what’s happening in the category, from high-oleic soybean oil to trans-fat-free and enzymatically interesterified products that transform liquid oil into bakery shortening without creating any trans-fat.


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Omega 3 fatty acids and other antioxidants

November 11, 2013

Omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants have become household words. The body doesn’t make Omega 3s, so we must get them in our food supply. Fortunately, thousands of antioxidants are found in grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts and legumes.


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Ingredient Briefs: March 2013

March 12, 2013
Ingredient briefs from different suppliers. Check it out!
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The Power of purple

November 30, 2012
Axium Foods, known best for private-label, corn-based snacks, launches its own brand of enhanced-nutrition tortilla chips of a different color, Mystic Harvest Purple Corn Tortilla Chips. Loaded with healthful antioxidants, the chips are not only eye-catching, they have a tasty flavor and crunch. 


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Improving nutritional profiles

November 13, 2012
Omegas and antioxidants have much to offer the snack food and bakery segments, and new innovations provide more options than ever.


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Paring it Down

August 22, 2012
Portion-controlled snacks are more popular than ever, as consumers look to limit their calorie and fat intake.


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State of the Industry: Bread, Buns, Rolls—A Clubhouse of Bakery Offerings

Though the bread market is a bit on the downswing, bakers are still on course with a bevy of new products, healthful ingredients, quality touches, artisan processes and more.
June 18, 2012
It’s golf season, and that means it’s State of the Industry time. Have things changed much since last year? The sluggish economy is still bearish and has had an effect on bakers, though they continue to iron out new products and spin old favorites.
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The Grain Gain

Consumer demand is growing for baked goods and snacks made with whole and ancient grains. And grain suppliers are ready to help fill the voids with new product lines.
February 16, 2012
Baked goods and snack foods made with whole grains and ancient grains, such as amaranth, oats, quinoa and spelt, used to be sold primarily in specialty natural and organic food stores, healthfood stores and in mom-and-pop stores catering to local ethnic groups. Now, products containing such grains are starting to appear more readily in bakery departments and bread aisles throughout the United States.
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Bakers Batter Up

January 1, 2012
Bakers can hit a home run in today’s market by mixing wholesome, healthful ingredients with some new twists of their own to stand out among the competition. But they still must hold their ground when it comes to pricing and discounting. Even if they have a few strikes-outs along the way, bakers are developing new products to keep on making a hit with consumers.
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