Genetically speaking, ancient grains haven’t changed much over hundreds of years, which makes them attractive to consumers looking for authenticity. However, their nutrition profiles aren’t much different than traditional grains.
Research stemming from the Human Microbiome Project continues to show the connection between the gut and overall health, giving natural product brands the opportunity to educate consumers on the benefits of applicable product lines.
A large body of scientific literature found many of the culinary herbs in use possess digestive properties.
Bioprinted human tissue created using 3-D bioprinters can help reduce current burdens brands face executing clinical trials to substantiate claims.
Plenty of research shows probiotics help numerous health conditions from rotavirus to gut inflammation and travelers' diarrhea; however, brands that offer probiotic products need to ensure manufacturing techniques don't destroy the healthy bacteria.
A protein-fortified RTD coffee beverage and probiotic-fortified tea to support immune health are among the top five products vying for the 2017 CPG Editor’s Choice Award in Tea/Coffee.
A proprietary blend of whole food extracts and a glutathione in a liposomal delivery format to offer optimal absorption are among the top five products vying for the 2017 CPG Editor's Choice Award in Antioxidants.
Gummies for teens and an integrated nutritional program are among the top five finalists vying for the 2017 CPG Editor's Choice award in Women's Health.
Paleo-friendly chocolate chips in on-the-go snack packs and organic truffles finished by expert Swiss chocolatiers then packaged in compostable wrappers are among the top five products vying for the 2017 CPG Editor’s Choice Award in Confectionery.