Tag Archives: food labels

No Gluten? No Problem Say Consumers

The majority of U.S. consumers take note of the nutritional content and/or ingredients in the groceries they buy, according to market research publisher Packaged … Continue reading

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Demand for Details on Food Labels Includes the Good – and the Bad

It’s no surprise that labels are becoming the “go to” place when people have questions about how food is produced. But new Cornell University … Continue reading

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Global Non-GMO Food and Beverage Market to Reach $800 Billion by 2017

Global sales of non-GMO food and beverages are projected to rise to $800 billion by 2017 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of … Continue reading

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Consumer Confidence in Food Safety Declines

Consumer confidence in the safety of foods and beverages sold in the U.S. has dropped over the past five years according to Multi-sponsor Surveys’ … Continue reading

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Consumers More Likely to Avoid Total Sugars Than Specific Types

Consumers avoid total sugars more than they avoid any specific sweetener, according to a new brand-level consumer attitudes and behavior study about food and … Continue reading

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Back to nature

The demand for natural and organic products is still on the rise. So is consumer skepticism. Retailers have to be picky with their offerings to stay ahead of the game. Continue reading

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