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Americas: Better-for-you snack foods to grow over the next five years, says report

Consumers in the US are eating traditional snack foods, particularly snacks with a perceived health benefit, in between and at meals, and this behavior...

Americas: More consumers are skeptical of food brands, analyst

A report by Mintel has found that 42% of Americans consider their diet to be healthy, as 23% agree that the US Dietary Guidelines...

Americas: Sales of online snack foods increase in the US

US consumers are increasingly turning to the internet to stock up on ready-to-eat snacks, reports The NPD Group. Although still relatively small, the company's research...

Americas: Consumers need solutions to eat healthy, finds study

Consumers have a desire to make healthier choices, but have historically been unable to find solutions to fit both their lifestyle and needs, while...

Americas: Association ‘not surprised’ at report findings on bacteria, antibiotic residues in frozen shrimp

The Consumer Reports study tested 342 samples of frozen shrimp and found harmful bacteria and illegal antibiotic residues in a small percentage. All samples were...

Asia Pacific: Beef supply to remain tight in 2014 with strong Asian demand, says...

The Rabobank Global Cattle Price Index has risen by 6% since June 2013, driven by lower-than-expected beef supply in the main exporting countries and...

Asia Pacific: Japan sees more functional carbonates in the market, finds Canadean

A new cola flavor of the Mets brand has won the Japanese government approval for its health-enhancing claims, and is helping to shore up...

Europe: Germany’s love for traditional game meat

A TÜV SÜD survey examines how adventurous meat-eaters in Germany are when it comes to more unusual types of meat from animals such as...

Asia Pacific: Region to report largest growth in food emulsifiers market, finds report

The global food emulsifiers market will grow to US$3.18 billion by 2020 from US$2.21 billion in 2013, growing at compound annual growth rate (CAGR)...

Americas: Excessive alcohol use burdens US economy

Excessive alcohol use continues to be a drain on the American economy, according to a study released by the Centers for Disease Control and...
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