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Sensory Effects New Rebranding

SensoryEffects—a supplier of customized, technology-driven food and beverage solutions—has just launched a rebranding campaign, positioning three ingredient companies under one SensoryEffects brand. The three companies—Diehl Food Ingredients, SensoryEffects Flavor Systems, and US Foods—will now run as three business units: Powder Systems, Flavor Systems and Cereal Systems. SensoryEffects is less than five years old and is …

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P.F. Chang’s New Product Site is Easy on the Ice

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro is a popular dining establishment that has recently boarded the ever-growing, now-in-your-grocery-store-freezer train. Having just unveiled its new line of frozen entrees, P.F. Chang’s has designed a new website—PFChangsHomeMenu.com—dedicated to the new products. Although product specific websites are not as uncommon for new product lines, it’s the clean, simple approach of …

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Pastariso and Pastato Gluten-Free Macaroni & Cheese A Winner

I evaluate all kinds of gluten-free foods, and recently discovered a superior product: Pastariso and Pastato Gluten-Free Macaroni and Cheese Boxed Dinners from Maplegrove Foods. I’ve tried dozens of gluten-free pastas, most of which release so much starch in cooking they become a gluey mess. You can rinse the cooked pasta with hot water, but …

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Tyson Targets Video to Food Service

Tyson® Food Service is just one of many food ingredient companies streaming video on its website. What Tyson has done recently with online video is bring the sales pitch to the Web. Tyson customers can visit the Tyson Video Room where they can view a group of videos, all promoting its new product line, Tyson …

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Low-Sodium Efforts Show Conundrum for Food Marketers

Low-sodium ingredient products have received a lot of attention recently, as mainstream media have begun to cover growing, nationwide efforts to reduce sodium in consumer food products. One such report covered by the Institute of Medicine on strategies to reduce sodium intake in the United States received widespread coverage. The report was a response to …

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