Today’s market for better-for-you extruded snacks is skyrocketing, with products like veggie straws and other puffed/expanded products finding appeal among shoppers seeking alternatives to traditional offerings.
Made with nutrient-dense chia seeds and a better-for-you blend of coconut and avocado oils, the Cassava & Chia Tortillas taste like flour tortillas and embody the sturdy texture of whole wheat tortillas - minus the grains, of course.
Kontos Foods, Inc., a U.S.- based manufacturer and distributor of traditional artisan breads and Mediterranean specialty foods, announced the launch of a new 12-inch Gluten-Free Pre-Grilled Wrap, primarily targeted to foodservice customers.
Americans continue to crave Mexican food—so much so that they spend billions of dollars annually at quick-service restaurants like Taco Bell and Chipotle Mexican Grill and on Mexican foods at their local grocery store.
Review the information, including new ingredients, equipment, technology and more, from the following companies, which will be exhibiting at the Tortilla Industry Association Convention & Trade Exposition, taking place May 16 to 19 in Southern California
The Tortilla Industry Association (TIA) has once again raised the stakes for its strategy of focusing on the fastest-growing geographies in the fastest-growing sector of the baking business—tortillas recorded $12 billion in sales last year and are overtaking white sandwich bread as the nation’s preferred food-delivery platform—by placing its bets on Southern California as the destination for its 2016 Annual Convention & Trade Exposition.