tate and lyle sugarsTate & Lyle Sugars has developed Honey Granules, a blend of pure cane sugar and honey, which is now available for U.S. shoppers. The company says, “Honey Granules provides an easy way to add delicious honey taste without the sticky mess.” The sweetener can be used in tea, sprinkled over cereals or added to favorite recipes. The product is kosher.

Health-Ade Kombucha is the “only Kombucha fermented 100% in glass,” according to the company. It is cold pressed with organic produce and is naturally fermented. It is USDA Organic certified, gluten free and Non-GMO Project Verified. It comes in flavors such as Pink Lady Apple, Pomegranate, Beet and many more.

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cruncholaFreedom Foods introduced a variety of new allergen-free oat bars that are free from gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, egg, soy and sesame. The bars also include a natural grain-based prebiotic to support digestive health with higher dietary fiber, lower sugar and less sodium. Flavors include Oats & Seeds, Apple Chia Crunchola and Apricot Chia Crunchola.

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Sweetener

From freshly baked cupcakes to Grandma’s warm apple pie, some of our most favorite comfort foods fall into the “high in sugar” category. Could there be a better way?

food waste

Washington, D.C.The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have set the country’s first national food waste reduction goal, which aims to reduce food loss and waste by 50 percent by 2030.

grain free foods

Schaumburg, IL—New data released by SPINS suggest that shoppers may be more drawn to “grain free” than ever before.

Non-GMO Update

On July 23rd, the House of Representatives voted to pass the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015 (H.R. 1599), advancing it along to the Senate with lightning speed.