When people eat what they consider to be healthy food, they eat more than the recommended serving size, according to a U.S. study
Ingredients for cognitive function are a smart move for processors
The market is complex. Canada’s innovation strategy must not only cover the product complexity, but also ensure sound environmental performance in the entire value chain as well as cost effective, high-quality foods (think Lean/Six Sigma) to enable us to beat our competition.
Ron Doering looks at Michael Moss’s new book Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us
Foods labelled as free from allergens are gaining ground with a wider audience of consumers
Although the baked goods and snack sectors have traditionally gotten a bad rap when it comes to health and nutrition, many Canadian food companies are working hard to change that reputation
Food in Canada’s roundup of new consumer products for March
Food in Canada’s consumer review panel samples select new products in the Canadian marketplace. This time we’re tasting products from the Wholesome Goodness line.