Fibers, Flours, Grains Page
Consumers are catching on to the importance whole grains and fiber play. Fiber in particular, is going through two big regulatory changes as the definition of what qualifies as fiber and an increase in its recommended daily value.
U.K.-based firm identifies what's trending for new products this year.
Small but mighty, pulses are low-fat, packed with filling protein and fiber, as well vitamins and minerals, such as iron, zinc, folate, and magnesium. They're grabbing the spotlight in foods from main courses and sides to snacks.
Product developers and chefs have embraced ancient grains for use in all types of foods, beyond traditional baked goods. Here, we highlight several products worth taking a look at.