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Food Writer Predicts 2011’s “Trends And Hot Products”

January 3, 2011: 09:09 PM EST

Food industry writer Anna Soref’s ”trends and hot products” for 2011 include the use of the “Aggregate Nutrient Density Index” as an innovative method for measuring and monitoring foods consumed, as well as the cross-merchandising and blending of gourmet and natural foods. Other predictions include: more healthy snacks and convenience foods for kids; sports supplements bolstered with the amino acid beta-alanine; energy drinks that substitute functional ingredients for caffeine; replacement of sodium with chemical flavorings; increased use of “resveratrol’s cousin,” the amino acid pterostilbene; more use of exotic grains as Americans move beyond gluten-free and traditional wheat, rice and oats; and the appearance of shelf- and heat-stable probiotic formulations.

Anna Soref , "Retail trends and hot products of 2011", Natural Foods Merchandiser/NewHope360, January 03, 2011, © Penton Media Inc
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