News and feature stories from Baking & Snack
The habits of consumers may help the pizza industry avoid another period of flat sales.
Crispy, sweet and gluten-free, Brownie Thins create a new alternative in the snacking segment.
Golden Cannoli’s chips are making the decadent dessert a household word.
Bakers of higher-end breads are dealing with an onslaught of new challenges of health-minded consumers.
Intense flavors, new products, busy lifestyles and more frequent snacking fuel sales.
AACC International plans a special three-part examination of baking science, technology and trends during its 2014 annual meeting.
Eli’s Cheesecake disrupts the market with an all-new vegan dessert.
Opportunities abound for those companies that go beyond the conventional bread and snack aisles with innovative products that push the right buttons.
A new age of multi-textured, multipurpose and boldly flavored products blurs lines and redefines the once-staid snack industry.
Dave’s Killer Bread puts its own spin on honey wheat bread.
The bagel category treads a narrow path between today’s two food trends of nutrition and indulgence while never quite fitting into either.
Kind Healthy Snacks’ new line is not just a product but also a movement.
No matter the form, cakes, pies and other decadent treats deliver on consumers’ cravings for indulgence.
Bakers can better use enzymes by understanding their many functions.
Flowers Foods expands its Mrs. Freshley’s line with an old favorite.
Consumers turn to bars to satisfy cravings for more energy, simple ingredients and new flavors and textures.
In its 75th year, IFT celebrates the past, present and future of food science at its Annual Meeting and Food Expo, June 21-24 in New Orleans.
Head of Snack Food Association weighs in on innovation, G.M.O. labeling.
Baking & Snack plans a look at ingredient innovation centers launched in the past 24 months. Is yours one of these?
Brands extend their reach beyond their category of origin.
TIA’s upcoming annual convention proves tortilla business is anything but flat.
By aggressively serving the needs of a specific demographic group, lifestyle brands transcend food and become a part of consumers’ lives and identities.
As more foods go non-GMO, is such a label in your future, too? Maybe. Maybe not.
2014 Capital Spending Survey shows a common risk-averse philosophy.
Making enrichment practical for bakers led John Watson and Watson, Inc. into fortification for nutritional improvement worldwide.