Explore the growing demand for nootropic products through the latest market trends, formulation opportunities, and clinical research. Gain insights into a newer botanical ingredient called guayusa, which can enhance cognitive performance.
Beverage Industry provides an in-depth look into the performances and trends in the alcohol and non-alcohol categories within the last year. The report includes update statistics from Chicago-based Circana as well as industry trends and forecasts into what’s next.
Based on an annual survey with Pollock Communications and Today’s Dietitian, it seems as though convenience as well as affordability are driving food and beverage shopping patterns for many of today’s consumers.
While vitamin C is naturally found in many fruits and vegetables, most beverage applications use artificial vitamin C. Yet, as new organic ingredients emerge, beverage producers are finding value in branding around "organic vitamin C."
Vitamin C has been known for its functional health benefits in energizing the body, boosting immunity, and providing structural support, such as helping to form cartilage, bone, and collagen. Vitamin C also has antioxidant properties protecting cells from damage caused by free radicals.
Informa Markets’ Natural Products Expo West, part of the New Hope Network family of brands, hosted the in-person return of the industry’s largest trade show March 8-12 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif. The event gathered more than 2,700 exhibitors and more than 57,000 registered attendees, the company says.
The process for aging premium spirits is undergoing a new twist. Co-founded by Stu Aaron and Martin Janousek, Bespoken Spirits has developed a new proprietary process for sustainably maturing spirits in a matter of days, rather than years.
Food and Beverage Marketing Experts at THP took a gaze into their culinary crystal ball to forecast the ingredients, flavors, and culinary techniques chefs, brands, and industry leaders from around the globe will be leveraging in the year to come!
GlobalData reports that in 2019, the U.S. hot tea market stood at $2.8 billion and is expected to have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.8 percent through 2023, reaching $3.4 billion. The projected growth is expected to come from the category’s plethora of innovative solutions.