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Food Business in the News T There's this obsession with ill millennials. The truth is millennials aren't spending any money with anybody because they don't have any. Sucharita Mulpuru, an analyst with Forrester Research, discussing why retailers should focus their marketing attention on older consumers. Bloomberg Business April 9, 2015 She's worse than that, actually: Under th guise of offering a 'common sense' the approach to food choices, she actively distributes misinformation. She attacks food additives because they're 'chemicals.' She told the Atlantic, 'there is just no acceptable level of chemical to ingest, ever,' but seemingly fails to understand that pretty much everything we ingest is a chemical, . including dihydrogen monoxide (water). Michael Hiltzik, a columnist, discussing recent negative press received by Vani Hari, also known as the "Food Babe." Los Angeles Times There is no longer any lid valid basis for the current salt guidelines. So why are we still scaring people about salt? Andrew Mente, a professor at McMaster University in Ontario and one of the researchers involved in a study published last year by the New England Journal of Medicine questioning the federal government's sodium consumption advice. The Washington Post April 6, 2015 April 13, 2015 There's a lot of talk about how consumers are looking for socially conscious companies, but I don't think that people choose products based on that. I think they choose products because they're delicious and helpful, and we need to be honest with ourselves about that. Daniel Lubetzky, chief executive officer of Kind Healthy Snacks, discussing marketing trends. Yahoo April 6, 2015 From the Archive - A Decade of Insight Clearly, consumers want to C l lose weight and eat more healthily overall. The sales numbers show people will flock toward diets that promise results. However, keeping people on such diets has proven more challenging. The good-for-you product segments that are enjoying the most sustained success are those that offer health benefits without requiring a whole new way of eating. Alice Fawver, then the senior vice-president of marketing for I think the more simple the produ product from a construct and taste profile the more difficult it is to actually do something like that. In some cases it's feasible, in others it's difficult to do without changing the taste profile. That . said, we're looking at a lot of things. A.D. David Mackay, then the president and chief operating officer of the Kellogg Co., discussing adding whole grains to Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies. Food Business News May 10, 2005 ACNielsen U.S., discussing weight management trends. Food Business News 66 FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® May 10, 2005 April 21, 2015

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Food Business News - April 21, 2015
Wal-Mart eyeing improvements
Drought dilemma for California agriculture
Antibiotics under greater scrutiny
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - Food’s share of spending declines
Reheating meat sales
A record year for specialty food sales
Innovation insights from Chobani
Target hires merchandiser to reinvent its food business
McDonald’s moves toward simpler ingredients
Tyson Foods to close Georgia plant
Bottled water drove beverage market growth in 2014
I.F.F. plans to buy Ottens Flavors
F.D.A. challenges Kind under ‘healthy’ labeling rules
U.S. organic food sales rise 11% in 2014
Daily’s to build bacon plant
Iconic hot sauce brand, assets acquired
Washington - Antibiotics under greater scrutiny
Health and Wellness - Subtracting sugar from formulations
Ingredient Innovations - Positive fiber signs from Europe
Study links fiber, whole grains to reduced risk of death
Dairy Business News - Hydrocolloids: Managing moisture and more
Ingredient Marketplace 2015
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Another new chapter for C.W.B.
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - April 21, 2015