White Papers

Authoritative information about company’s various solutions, products, or services.

Challenger Brands and Challenger Products: Creating Flavors that Intrigue
4/12/2018 | sponsored by Parker Products
Consumers value brands that offer something different, and the result has been notable growth for challenger brands. Download this white paper by Parker Products for analysis of this trend and product ideas.
Taking Bone Broth Protein Beyond Beverages
3/6/2018 | sponsored by IDF
Brands looking for a way to add the health and trend appeal of bone broth to their products now have an easy solution with IDF®’s bone broth protein. Download this white paper to learn more.
Chef-Driven Snacks White Paper
Chef-Driven Snacks
9/29/2017 | Sponsored by Parker Products
As snacking continues to be a larger part of the American diet, consumers’ expectations for the quality and flavor of snacks is increasing. Download this white paper by Parker Products to learn how sophisticated palates are reshaping the snack industry.
Delavau White Paper
Bread: the New Indulgence?
8/30/2017 | sponsored by Delavau
The gluten-free and low-carb trends have left their mark on the bakery industry: where consumers once saw bread as a staple food, it now serves more as an indulgence.
welchs whitepaper
The Snacking Trends Report 2017
5/15/2017 | sponsored by Welch's
Download this new report to discover fresh insights into the snacking habits and preferences of American Millennials who snack regularly.
Carolina Craft White Paper
Superfoods and shelf life: Carolina Craft
3/1/2017 | sponsored by CIFI
The sweet potato’s growing status as a superfood means that opportunity is ripe for integrating this popular vegetable into your applications, like baked goods and pastries.
Non-GMO applications white paper
Deliciously Different Non-GMO Applications
2/2/2017 | sponsored by Parker Products
As GMO labeling changes, baking and snack companies nationwide reconsider formulas to meet requirements. Download this white paper by Parker Products to learn about companies that benefit from reformulation, label-checking habits, and unique non-GMO additions.