Sweet and salty snacks: Almonds

Jun 2018

Snacks are not only becoming healthier but also more wholesome, satisfying and nutritious. Almonds can be used in healthy and indulgent products alike, adding a premium appeal. They can also help inspire new products since they come in several forms – sliced, diced, meals, flours, butters and milks. Moreover, they are versatile, working well with both sweet and salty flavors. Snacking is at the forefront of food innovation and almonds are a trending ingredient for suppliers looking to capitalize on consumer appetites for new flavor experiences.

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A twist on the classics: Soups and sauces

Aug 2018

Soups and sauces have seen high levels of new product activity in recent years, which reflects consumer interest in a range of cuisines. So, although classic recipes lead the market, there has been rising interest in robust and ethnic flavors. There is also an increased demand for premium and convenient products across the globe.


Herbs and spices: Middle Eastern and African flavors

Aug 2018

Fresh, wholesome, healthy, rich, aromatic – it’s no wonder that the past decade has seen Middle Eastern and African cuisines attract global attention. Herbs and spices are the stars of the show and they are often used in local delicacies such as cheeses, fruits and coffee. With today’s consumers being more adventurous than ever, African and Middle Eastern flavors are predicted to have a bright future.


Vibrant, fresh and clean label: Natural Colors

Jul 2018

Consumers often associate rich colors with freshness, quality and good taste. Natural colors offer benefits as they open up opportunities to deliver vibrantly colored foods with a clean label. Also, in this social media age, vibrant, natural foods are inherently “instagrammable.” Think charcoal, curcumin, beetroot and spirulina.