Articles Tagged with ''healthy foods''

Bellagio Declaration asks governments to encourage healthy food policies

Meetings were held under the auspices of the International Obesity Task Force and International Union of Nutritional Sciences.
By Shane O'Halloran
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Meetings were held under the auspices of the International Obesity Task Force and International Union of Nutritional Sciences.


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Will Coke’s sweetener-safety offensive work?

Soft drink sales are declining, due in part to mistrust of low-calorie sweeteners.
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Coke’s new ad campaign defends the safety and nutritional value of aspartame.


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Survey shows skepticism over organic, renewed trust in natural

After years of gains in the category, new survey data shows skepticism over organic claims.
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Trust in natural claims is on the rise.


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Some schools reportedly quitting new healthier lunch program

Federal officials confirm there are isolated reports of schools opting out.
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Federal officials confirm there are isolated reports of schools opting out.
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Campbell Soup sued over heart-healthy designation

The lawsuit seeks class action status and alleges Campbell paid the American Heart Association to use the label.
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The lawsuit seeks class action status and alleges Campbell paid the American Heart Association to use the label.


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Attract and Inform: Using graphic enhancements to differentiate packaged goods and highlight important product information

Today’s average consumer is much more aware of what information is required on CPG packages.
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Many consumers seek out local or organic goods or products that fit their dietary restrictions.


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Modified atmosphere packaging can help meet logistical challenges while improving freshness

MAP packaging does not affect taste or nutrition the way heat sterilization and freezing do.
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Gases commonly used in preservation include oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen.


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New poll: Wealthy Americans eat the most fast food

Just over half of those earning $75,000 per year or more eat fast food weekly.
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Just over half of those earning $75,000 per year or more eat fast food weekly.
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USDA touts role in lowering rates of childhood obesity

The rate of obesity among pre-school children appears to be declining for the first time in decades.
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The rate of obesity among pre-school children appears to be declining for the first time in decades.
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Barbara's Puffins cereal gains non-GMO verification

New packaging with the certification will hit shelves this fall.
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New packaging with the certification will hit shelves this fall.
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Burns & McDonnell project manager RJ Hope and senior project engineer Justin Hamilton discuss the distinctions between Food Safety and Food Defense as well as the implications for food manufacturers of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
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