Food Business News - March 22, 2016 - (Page 62)

Food Business in the News Food is one of the great growth iindustries d of our generation. We're going to need to produce 70% more food between now and 2050.. - Chris Policinski, president and chief executive officer of Land O'Lakes Minneapolis Star-Tribune March 12, 2016 The evolution of yogurt into savory and different cuisine type of flavors will happen. Our challenge is for the American consumer today - they tend to be in that morning, y might not creamy, fruity mindset. They necessarily be looking for it. - Doug Martin, marketing director for yogurt innovation at General Mills, discussing the challenges yogurt makers face when trying to extend the category to different dayparts. USA Today We W have a right to know what we put iin our bodies. And companies should be held responsible for that. - Tamara Holley, a consumer from Chicago, discussing why she supports the labeling of food product that contain bioengineered ingredients. Chicago Tribune March 12, 2016 March 10, 2016 Every athlete gets (their) own fformula, and based on the athlete's profile and specific athletic occasion we can recommend which is the right formula for them. - Xavi Cortadellas, Gatorade's head of innovation, discusses how product personalization may advance sports nutrition. Advertising Age March 10, 2016 From the Archive - A Decade of Insight They wonder if organic programs are going to last. They look at what happened with the Atkins trend and question if something similar is going to happen to organic. - Maryellen Molyneaux, then president of the Natural Marketing Institute, in a presentation at the Natural Products Expo West in 2006, discusses consumer concerns regarding the market for organic food and beverage products. Food Business News April 4, 2006 The data show a glaring lack of un understanding of the basics of nutrition and help make it easy to see why the right messages aren't getting through. Ongoing changes in food labeling and better access to diet and nutritional information will help get to the root of this problem.. - Steve Bodhaine, then group president of the consumer research firm Yankelovich, discusses what he called the "nutritional illiteracy" of consumers. Food Business News 62 FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® April 4, 2006 March 22, 2016

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Food Business News - March 22, 2016

Food Business News - March 22, 2016
Chipotle continues to struggle
G.M.O. labeling: Back to the drawing board?
Dairy Business News - Picking the right fruits, nuts and seeds
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - Food industry faces challenges as obesity rate rises
General Mills invests in organic cottage cheese maker
Natural Products Expo West - When big companies buy small brands
Alexia Foods homes in on hot potato trends
What’s popping at Angie’s Boomchickapop
Four trends driving growth in organic
Kraft Heinz impressing investors
Wal-Mart revamping fresh food strategy
Target focused on the fundamentals of fresh
Science, safety and seaweed
Market Insight - Wheat, corn, soybeans: Which one will lead?
Flavor Trends - Beyond sriracha
Ingredient Innovations - Reducing the ‘ates’ in meat applications
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Millers forecast soft red winter wheat crop at 362 million bus
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - March 22, 2016