What we’re reading - A healthier way to feed your cat: Hide its meals, says The New York Times

What we’re reading - A healthier way to feed your cat: Hide its meals, says The New York Times

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July 26 - Much like people, cats need portion control. They need regular exercise. And some experts even say they really should be in charge of their own feeding schedule.

Taken together, these factors boil down to the notion that cats should not be eating from bowls. Plopping a scoop of food into a bowl is not enough!

In their ...

  • by dgranderson@marketresearch.com
  • July 18 2016


Expanding the reach of Asian noodles

Expanding the reach of Asian noodles

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July 18 - Generally speaking, consumers express interest in new culinary experiences; however, some trepidation remains when it comes to actually trying different foods from other cultures. Through innovation, Asian noodle marketers can help bridge the gap between interest and trial, according to Packaged Facts in the report Asian Noodles: U.S. Market Trends and Opportunities.

As s...


David Sprinkle at IFT16: A new paradigm for healthy fats and oils

David Sprinkle at IFT16: A new paradigm for healthy fats and oils

July 11 - Have your healthy fats and learn about them too. A new paradigm is emerging for the use of fats and oils in healthier foods and diets. Packaged Facts research director David Sprinkle will present at this year’s annual Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) convention as part of a session delving into how oils contribute to healthier foods and snack products by looking at the latest data on consumer insights, nutrition, policy-making, and functional solutions.

IFT16 will be held in Chi...


What we’re watching - Slideshow: Grain innovations in snacks, bowls and burgers

What we’re watching - Slideshow: Grain innovations in snacks, bowls and burgers

Grains are great and so is this latest Packaged Facts webinar. View Innovation with Grains Webinar by clicking here. June 5 - Grains are appearing in cheeseburgers, salad bowls and snacks, said Kara Nielsen, a culinary “trendologist” in a June 28 webinar titled “Innovations with Grains” from Rockville-based Packaged Facts. While interest in gluten-free grains continues to present new product opportunities, sprouted grains are starting to enter mainstream markets, and people are showing an intere...