Mediterranean Bars

Mediterra launched all-natural nutrition bars inspired by the Mediterranean Diet, featuring fruits, vegetables and grains. Savory Bars include Tomato/Basil/Capers and Olive/Walnut/Chives, Energy Bars include Sesame Seed/Pistachio/Greek Honey and Sesame Seed/ Orange/Greek Honey, and Yogurt and Oat Bars come in Cherry Pistachio and Apricot Pistachio.

Legislation to Block Mandatory GMO Labeling Advances to Senate

The Associated Press has reported that the Senate Agricultural Committee has voted 16-4 to approve legislation that would prevent mandatory labeling of food made...

When Choosing Food, Taste Wins Over Health, Study Suggests

Durham, NC—New research from Duke University may help explain how people make food choices—and offer opportunities to help people make healthier ones. Co-authors Nicolette Sullivan,...

Budget Concerns Arise For Food Safety Act

Washington, D.C.—The Food Safety Modernization Act, since WholeFoods last updated its status in January, has been signed into law by President Barack Obama. But,...

Private Equity Firm Acquires Kodiak Cakes

Park City, UT—Private equity firm, L Catterton, announced that it has acquired Kodiak Cakes. Kodiak's existing shareholders, including Sunrise Strategic Partners, Trilantic North America, and...

Vegan Cuisine

VegeUSA’s Vegetarian Plus offers meat and seafood alternatives for classic international dishes. Four soy-based classics include: Vegan Citrus Sparerib Cutlets in Plum Vinegar Sauce,...

IRI Adds CPG Supply Index to COVID-19 Portal

Chicago, IL—IRI has added the IRI CPG Supply Index to its COVID-19 Info Portal and Data Dashboard, according to a press release. The tool...

Aloe Water

Detoxwater is introducing two new flavors to its Bioactive Aloe Water product line. Peachberry (Peach & Blueberry) and Appleberry (Apple & Raspberry) join the...

Plant-Based Snacks for Toddlers

LesserEvil has debuted Lil’ Puffs, a line of grain-free, plant-based, chewable snacks for toddlers. The snacks come in Veggie Blend, Sweet Potato Apple, Non-Dairy...

Green Tea May Lower Risk of Obesity and Inflammation

Columbus, OH—A new study published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry suggests that green tea could lower risk of obesity and other inflammatory biomarkers. In...