More than ever, the way food companies source ingredients, and manufacture and distribute their products can significantly impact social and environmental performance, as well as how consumers view those brands.
Besides the rising popularity of converted flexible packaging such as resealable pouches, conventional food and beverage packaging is losing share to options offering portion control, compostability or a transparent component for consumers to see...
Designing products for children is big business, with significant go-to-market opportunity for clean label applications across the entire food and beverage spectrum.
Fats and oils are making a comeback thanks to recent research, shifting consumer preferences and an increasing number of clean label alternatives that align with consumer demand for healthier options.
Todays consumers are increasingly mindful of their sodium intake, even as they demand the great taste and functionality salt provides. Brand holders are meeting the challenge, reducing sodium levels in many of the products salt-loving Americans...
Clean eating has shifted from a health and wellness trend to a driving force for improved nutrition and social responsibility.
For years, sugar-sweetened products were the norm; but health concerns and the shift to reduce added sugars created space for market innovation.