Comax Flavors introduces the 2021 Flavor Trends divided into four distinct flavor collections. Immunity Boost focuses on consumers’ quest for functional foods and beverages while Breakfast Basics addresses consumers’ interest in breakfast at home or on the go. Home Baker taps into rediscovering baking and cooking at home while Chicken Soars spotlights consumers’ appetite for chicken and plant-based chicken alternatives.
Bolthouse Farms is adding to its suite of juices and smoothies that help support a healthy immune system with its new Superfood Immunity Boost. The new blend, an excellent source of Vitamin C, D and Zinc, was crafted with elderberry, cranberry and echinacea, delivering an unmatched combination of flavor and nutrition and will be available on retail store shelves in late-October this year. With consumers making more mindful choices at the shelf, Bolthouse Farms has met the demand for more functional, immunity-supporting products as wellness routines are maintained at home.
Dole has introduced the first Keto-Certified frozen fruit blend, the Dole Keto Berry Blend, and a line of three new Dole Boosted Blends. Each is designed to help support your nutrition goals and can be used to make a delicious and convenient, ready-to-blend smoothie.
Buddy Custard is a "pet-ra-ceutical"/neutraceutical made especially for dogs as part of a canine health and wellness program. With two flavors--Original and Peanut Butter--Buddy Custard is a healthy frozen treat that is based on a proven 60-year successful formula and technology called the "Budwig Protocol."
Among the emerging superfoods consumers expressed the most interest in trying are elderberry, CBD and Mānuka honey.
August 16, 2019
Today’s consumers are becoming increasingly aware of how their food and beverage choices can help them manage, and in some cases, reverse certain medical conditions, according to health and wellness research by The NPD Group, Chicago.
Almost 2 million employees participated in health and wellness initiatives in 2018 vs. 1.6 million in 2017 and 1.3 million in 2016.
March 6, 2019
Some 2 million employees are now involved in company-led health and well-being programs, according to the “2019 Health & Wellness Progress Report,” released by the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF), Silver Spring, Md.