Opinion on Nuts and Seeds in United States

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Consumer packaged goods: 10 trends to watch in 2009

The consumer packaged goods industry looks set to become increasingly innovative in 2009 as manufacturers look for new and exciting ways in which to capitalize on the growing health, beauty and eco trends. While health foods such as nuts and seeds will come to the fore, novel ingredients will include flowers and natural sweeteners.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Dec 2008
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Expert View

New food review: minty fresh meets eco-cool

This month's round up of new food launches finds that manufacturers are experimenting with new types of packaging that address concerns for on-the-go usage and eco-friendliness. These include the launch of a tub of sunflower seeds that comes with an extra pot for the husks and a handle-less milk bottle. Such products show that ideas are far from drying out in food packaging.

Published By Datamonitor
22 Sep 2008
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Expert View

New food review: seed oils could be the new wonder ingredient

This month's selection of novel food launches from the Productscan database includes a new snack bar that contains an array of healthy ingredients including seed oils, as well as a new type of egg that is said to aid healthy vision. Meanwhile, Wrigley has developed a new variety of gum that utilizes the power of magnolia bark to eradicate bad breath, a feature that could appeal to many consumers.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Jul 2008
CommentWire
CommentWire

PepsiCo/Sara Lee/Stacy's: a healthy acquisition strategy

PepsiCo's latest snack acquisitions signal the company's aim to gain strong branded positions in underrepresented markets and boost its product portfolio within the increasingly important healthy convenience food sector. The strategy also highlights PepsiCo's awareness of the threat posed to its core snacking brands by their perceived unhealthy image.

Published By Datamonitor
23 Nov 2005
CommentWire
CommentWire

PepsiCo: Frito Lay spices up Canadian snack offering

Canada's growing Asian ethnic minority is creating a demand for stronger flavors within the savory snacks market. In response to this, PepsiCo has launched a new line of spicy curry and wasabi flavored potato snacks under the Frito Lay brand. While the range will appeal to ethnic consumers, it is also likely to attract mainstream consumers in search of more intense, authentic flavor experiences.

Published By Datamonitor
23 Feb 2006

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