The United States of America v. Miller’s Organic Farm and Amos Miller On June 28 an American court will once again address the question of whether there is a legal distinction between the public and private distribution of food. To this point no judge in this country has held that there is a distinction. The[…]
Lots of milk – need more organic May Milk Production up 1.2 Percent Milk production in the 23 major States during May totaled 17.5 billion pounds, up 1.2 percent from May 2015. April revised production, at 16.8 billion pounds, was up 1.1 percent from April 2015. The April revision represented a decrease of 13 million[…]
When it comes to coffee creamers, product innovation is no longer just about flavors. In the future, product launches that meet “clean label” criteria are expected to drive market sales to a projected $2.9 billion by 2020, according to a new report by Packaged Facts. The forecast growth is a 15 percent increase from sales[…]
Family farms are disappearing, even as restaurants look to source better ingredients. Can agriculture and foodservice help save each other? In the last five years, food-sourcing issues like traceability, sustainability, and quality have moved from the periphery of foodservice operations to the white-hot center. Fast-food titans like McDonald’s have pledged to source better ingredients, while[…]
The food and beverage industry has been recently delving into “medical foods,” and foods that are formulated to meet the specific needs of patients, such as those with cancer. Medical foods are the delivery mechanism for medical treatment. Medical foods ” … feature distinctive nutritional requirements, based on scientific principles …” which is a partial definition developed by the FDA.