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There’s more to decorating baked desserts than mechanizing the nozzle. Bakers should consider their systems as a whole.
People are in a hurry, and it shows in the main packaging trends for 2015 and beyond.
Better together, a blend of a liquid prebiotic chicory root fiber and a stable probiotic results in Frutalose PRO, a low-calorie, low-sugar, clinically proven synbiotic.
With its latest product, the Romulus, MI-based company enters an untapped section of the gluten-free market.
Chicago c-store chain ushers in a new era.
Convenience chains take a cue from foodie culture, offering better food in smaller sizes.
More and more consumers are trading in restrictive diets for occasional indulgences.
Modern look and bright colors fight for consumers' eyes.
Corbion continues to expand its range of functional ingredients to help answer growing demand from consumers.
In a saturated category, pizza manufacturers must go beyond round crusts, traditional tomato sauce and mozzarella to engage consumers’ maturing palates.
The Waterfall Cake line speaks to a trend toward luxury and indulgence.
Eye-catching color and sparkling effects enhance the appearance of baked goods.
Mediterranean Snacks aims for busy, health-minded snackers with its new bean-based product.
Cookie and cracker trends are shifting to meet consumers’ demands for healthier, more grown-up tastes.
Cookie bakers reforumulating for clean label is nothing new.
Bakers, snack producers must work with foodservice and in-store customers to improve food safety.
This category continues to experience tremendous growth and a brighter future.
As trends turn corners at the food service and in-store channels, it’s clear consumers are the ones behind the wheel.
The bakery’s 647 Bread aims to bring healthy attributes that appeal to a wide variety of consumers.
Salem Baking goes for spicy, and sweet, with its line of Southwestern-inspired snacks.
Bakers continue a tradition of feeding the world while caring for the earth.
Amid tighter USDA regulations and a general demand for healthier foods, school foodservice requires more — and better — nutritious options.
Klosterman takes on summertime, baseball and more with the addition of Slammers.
The alternative snacks category provides a playground for creative new products as it morphs into a place for healthy snacks to reside.
Datamonitor Consumer’s expert describes how companies now embrace a new universe that stretches the concept of snacking.