The company’s Unpronounceables List includes more than 80 ingredients the company will avoid using in more than 1,000 of its exclusive brand products.
July 9, 2018
US Foods Holding Corp., Rosemont, Ill., announced that its entire line of Metro Deli, Rykoff Sexton, Chef’s Line and Stock Yards exclusive brand products will be produced with clean label profiles as part of the company’s Unpronounceable List initiative.
With no uniform definition of clean labelling across the industry, retailers are urged to strike a balance between providing detailed nutritional information and ensuring that labels remain clear and easy-to-understand.
March 13, 2018
The report, “The Clean Label Phenomenon for Food Retailers: Enhancing Transparency for Consumers,” sponsored by Food Marking Institute (FMI), Arlington, Va., and Solutions for Retail Brands, Inc. (S4RB), Fort Worth, Texas, and written by Kieran Forsey, co-founder and CEO of S4RB, says the clean labelling phenomenon has become a “moving target” for retailers as consumer demand for transparency soars.
This report provides comprehensive trend analysis of seven leading categories in retail packaged beverages, including juices, dairy beverages and non-dairy milk alternatives, among others.
February 27, 2018
Hybrid beverages that cross categories, savory and health boosting formulations, clean labels and environmental concerns are among leading beverage market trends, as outlined in the new report U.S. Beverage Market Outlook 2018, produced by Packaged Facts.
Packaging changes and ranges present constant challenges to machine design.
January 9, 2018
Changing consumer demands, such as the push for clean labeling, the rise in the meal kit market and an increase in custom products, is affecting consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies' production operations, according to the newly released “Vision 2025” report from PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, Reston, Va.
Apio’s “100% clean label” initiative focuses on reformulating supplier-sourced salad dressings and toppings and vegetable tray dips.
March 7, 2017
Apio, Inc., a Guadalupe, Calif.-based producer of fresh-cut vegetables and salads under the Eat Smart brand, is said to be the first brand in the non-organic salad kit and tray category to commit to clean ingredients and labeling, with plans for all products to contain a “100% clean label” by the end of 2018.
Through Dot's network of more than 4,300 distributors serving all 50 states and more than 25 countries, SOMMA products will now reach new customers who desire clean label poultry, beef and dairy menu additions.
March 1, 2017
SOMMA Foods, a Dallas, Texas-based foodservice company, announced a partnership with Dot Foods, Mt. Sterling, Ill., to make its Chickentopia and Merrywood Farms products more accessible to foodservice customers nationwide.