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- Healthy vending - A tale of our times. // Vending International;Jan2010, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p12
The article discusses the trend in providing healthy foods in schools in Great Britain. It mentions that the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has decided to put forward proposals which aim to reduce salt, sugar, and fat in school foods and in vending products due to the rising level of obesity. It...
- Sugar-Free Stars. Harris, Jim // Food & Drink;Winter2010, p14
The article profiles Hill & Valley Inc., a producer of sugar-free desserts and snacks based in Rock Island, Illinois. It has new products under its 2010 Harvest Line of sugar-free food, including candy corn cupcakes, pumpkin spice mini cakes and no-sugar-added 5-inch red velvet cake. Chief...
- Satisfy a Sweet Tooth WITHOUT SUGAR. Hammer, Natalie // Fancy Food & Culinary Products;Apr2004, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p12
Reports on the condition of the sugar-free foods market in the U.S. as of April 2004. Market sales in 2003; Information on several sugar-free foods; Reasons of people for buying sugar-free candies.
- Tasty Baking Company: a sweet new product. // MarketWatch: Global Round-up;September 2004, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p61
Announces that baking company Tasty Baking has unveiled a line called Sensables, a sugar free alternative to its indulgent sweet desserts and snacks Tastykake. Tasty Baking's attempt to increase the range's success beyond the typical market share; Stagnant net sales of the 90-year-old firm...
- how to SLIM DOWN at the office. // Shape;Jan2010, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p102
The article examines healthy eating strategies being employed by three U.S. companies to help employees lose weight including stocking vending machines with fresh-cut fruits and vegetables at Del Monte, availability of smaller cans of soft drinks, such as Sprite, at Coca-Cola, and delivery of...
- NEXT-GENERATION TREATS. Bennett, Stephen // National Petroleum News;Oct2004, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p64
Investigates the products sold at convenience stores in the United States. Popularity of low-carbohydrate snacks among convenience store operators; Sugar-free candies and other health food products sold at c-stores; Factors affecting convenience stores' product selection.
- Jobs casualties of Clinic's fast-food fight. Alford, Harry // Crain's Cleveland Business;1/3/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p1
This article reports that in the ongoing attempt to finger the leaders of the fast-food industry for all that ails America's waistlines, there is an oft-forgotten victim who pays the ultimate price. In Cleveland, Ohio, that person's name is Turan Strange, the owner of a McDonald's franchise...
- OSTRIM MIGHTY MINI MEAT SNACK. // National Provisioner;May2004, Vol. 218 Issue 5, p70
The article presents information on OSTRIM Mighty Mini Meat Snack from Protos Foods Inc. Made from beef and ostrich meat OSTRIM Mighty Mini Meat Snack is sugar free and 95 percent fat-free, with zero saturated fat, 3 grams of protein and near-zero carbohydrates.
- Switching gears from low carbs to low sugar. // Food Processing (00156523);Jun2005, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p15
Reports that food companies in the United States are relabeling low-carbohydrate products as low-sugar and no-sugar-added products. Reasons behind companies' relabeling moves; Companies that manufacture low-sugar foods; Factors that contributed to the popularity of low-sugar foods.