Polyphenol-rich Irish potato extract may help reduce weight gain, according to research in mice.
Enjoying a special occasion, opportunistic eating and social pressures are just some of the drivers behind unhealthy snacking – factors that could be used to drive change, researchers claim.
Mobile eye-tracking technology has heaps of potential for breakfast cereal makers looking to better communicate product attributes, claim researchers.
Grupo Bimbo has developed an alternative processing method that reduces the fat content of pork rind snacks.
Sprouted brown rice flour can increase the protein, lipid and antioxidant activity in gluten-free breads, finds research.
General Mills has developed a flexible package for chemically-leavened refrigerated dough that it claims is considerably cheaper than market options and ensures better baking quality.
Consumers underestimate calorie counts for, and consume more of, foods from companies with positive corporate responsibility programmes, say researchers.
Cargill Foods has launched a commercial operation for METNA (Middle East, Turkey & North Africa) to operate under one business sector.
Past celiac research has focused on gluten wheat proteins as the cause of reactions, but researchers say there may be other non-gluten proteins in wheat also to blame.
The UK’s first speciality cereal cafe will open on Brick Lane, London on December 10.
Increased saturated and trans fatty acids in salty snacks pose health hazard to Brazilian college students, say researchers.
Protein fortification continues to be a hot topic, with high protein forms of shakes and other beverages, nutrition bars, cereals and other foods crowding the market. Now startup company Rap...
Supplementation with finger millet bran may help alleviate symptoms of obesity like oxidative stress, inflammation and gut microbial imbalances, according to mice research published in the British Journal of Nutrition....
While replacing saturated fats with polyunsaturated fats may have no influence on overall weight, it may improve cholesterol and other markers of heart health, say researchers.
Olive oil withstands the heat of the fryer or pan better than several seed oils and also yields healthier foods, say researchers.
The USDA’s Agricultural Research Service has developed a soft durum wheat variety that can be used in a range of baked goods.
Daily consumption of at least 3 grams of oat beta-glucan may reduce cholesterol levels, with greater effects linked to high molecular weight forms of the ingredient, says a new meta-analysis...
An EU-funded project that aims to improve safety testing for genetically modified (GM) foods has published its first results.
Human beings may be fallible, but they are still a crucial tool in the process of sensory analysis, according to DuPont Nutrition & Health.
New research led by Du Pont Industrial Biosciences concludes that enzyme technology currently used with maize and wheat could be applied far more widely to cassava root starch to produce...
The cereal and grain science community must think ahead in order to remain relevant and overcome challenges amid huge change, says the president of AACC International.
Frito-Lay has developed a method to adhere large, three-dimensional food flakes such as meat and vegetables to regular snacks, to emulate pizza, nachos and tostadas.
Extruded snacks made from colored-flesh potatoes have antioxidant levels two to three times higher than regular potato varieties, a study finds.
PepsiCo is seeking to patent a method of making chewy granola bars, bites and other snack products containing carbonated ‘fizzy’ candy.
Reformulation is not the sole solution to obesity, as health-conscious consumers could be increasing their calorie consumption by choosing low-sugar or low-fat products, according to research from AB Sugar.