`Have good intentions gone too far': Fortified foods
- Inspecting the Fortification. Applegate, Liz // Runner's World;Jan97, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p24
Discusses information about fortified foods. Why it became a big part of diets; How the federal government began fortifying foods as a means to fight diet-related diseases; Why folic acid fortification is necessary; The uses and abuses of fortification; Guidelines on using fortified foods. ...
- We'll be the healthiest chow-hounds in history. Dolliver, Mark // Adweek Western Edition;02/17/97, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p17
Focuses on a study by Packaged Facts which forecasts steady growth for the fortified foods category in the United States. Expansion of the American diet to include foods fortified with nutrients; Percentage cornered by processed foods in the American's daily intake.
- Energy bars. Clark, Nancy // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Sep95, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p7
Presents information about energy bars. Origin of sports bars; Powerbar as the first and leading sports bar; Comparisons of nutritional content, size, calorie content and price of different bars; Doubtful advertisement claims; Convenience and economics in choice of sports bar.
- HELP MEALS. McENRUE, EVA // Men's Health;May2013, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p108
The article presents information on eating frozen food with protein and fiber for avoiding overeating.
- Punch with more punch. Mason, Michael // Health (Time Inc. Health);Nov/Dec93, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p25
Deals with the issue of fortification of food with vitamins and minerals. Case of Proctor & Gamble's Hawaiian Punch; Condemnation of nutritionists; Implications of fortification on eating habits; Citation of research in `The Journal of the American Medical Association'; Denial of marketing ploy.
- Fortified beverages grow stronger. Stilwill, Susan Brown // Beverage Industry;Jan1996, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p36
Reports on the popularity of vitamin-fortified beverages in the United States. Growth in consumers who supplement their diets with fortified beverages; Increase in the demand for vitamin, mineral and fiber-fortified beverages; Examples of fortified beverage products; Industry officials'...
- Changes in time-trends of nutrient intake from fortified and non-fortified food in German children and adolescents â€“ 15 year results of the DONALD Study. Sichert-Hellert, Wolfgang; Kersting, Mathilde; Manz, Friedrich // European Journal of Nutrition;2001, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p49
Summary Background: Although fortified products have played an increasing role in food marketing since the 1980 s in Germany, data as to the consumption of fortified food is sparse. Aim of the study: To assess long-term data on changes in fortified food supply or consumption patterns, nutrient...
- Fortified food, convenience food sales climb. // Food Engineering;Jun2002, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p18
Reports the increase in the sales of fortified and convenience foods in the U.S. Factors contributing to the profitability of convenience foods; Developments in flavoring and convenience packaging; Statistics on the sales generated from convenience foods.
- Ingredients. // Prepared Foods;Jan94, Vol. 163 Issue 1, p72
Presents food ingredients that are commercially available in the United States. Includes popcorn flavor from Emil Flachsmann AG; Templar Orange Essence from Universal Flavors; Dri-Saute vegetable products from Innovative Foods Inc.; Natural mushroom flavor from Wixon/Fontarome; Cranberry fruit...