Lynn Kuntz

Lynn
Kuntz
Articles
COUSCOUS CONSUMPTION STILL GROWING 
For many, "couscous" conjures up images of an exotic grain served in a colorful Moroccan bazaar. Despite this somewhat incorrect notion, or maybe partly
SNACKS WITH TASTE 
Because the snack food business is so competitive, brand marketers are always looking for ways to generate interest in their products. More than ever,
THINNER PASTAS AID MICROWAVE USE 
FAIR LAWN, N.J. -- Many dry, packaged pasta and noodle dishes contain dual cooking instructions -- both conventional and microwavable. However, food-service
DEADLINE IS NEARING FOR 'HEALTHY' PRODUCTS 
WASHINGTON -- Makers of food products that carry the descriptor "healthy" on the label have less than one year left to comply with regulations on how
BETA-CAROTENE THAT DOESN'T ADD COLOR UNVEILED 
NUTLEY, N.J. -- The market potential for beta-carotene-fortified foods is brightening. The ingredient is well publicized as one of the antioxidant nutrients
ALL-VEGETABLE ANALOGUES MIMIC MEAT 
OJAI, Calif. -- What looks like meat, tastes like meat and even chews like meat? According to Michael Meek, chief executive officer of Gorilla Foods here,
POTASSIUM BROMATE ALTERNATIVE SOUGHT 
Potassium bromate is one of those food ingredients you love to hate. For example, added to bread, it helps to make a consistent finished product, but
MICROWAVE BROWNING AGENT DEVELOPED 
MANITOWOC, Wis. -- Microwave products often fail because the consumer expects them to closely resemble those made by conventional cooking methods. One
SUGAR CLONES 
It turns out that sugar isn't the nutritional nightmare we've all been led to believe.While the case against fat consumption seems to mount, the reputation
NEW 'QUICK-COOK' RICE IS DEVELOPED 
STUTTGART, Ark. -- Food product marketers looking for an alternative to traditional instant rice may want to look at Riceland Foods' Quick Cook Rice.
RIBUS IS ADAPTING RICE BRAN TO NEW USES 
ST. LOUIS -- By using patented and patent-pending technology, Ribus Inc. has expanded the use of rice bran into several possible categories: emulsification,
OPTA FAT REPLACER ZEROES IN ON DAIRY 
BEDFORD, Mass. -- Opta Foods Ingredients here has found that targeting specific fat replacement problems is one path to developing a successful ingredient.Its
QUEST SUPPLIES DRIED ORGANIC FOODS 
MEDFORD, Ore. -- Repercussions from recent reports of pesticide-contaminated fruits and vegetables were minimal when compared with the Alar scare.However,
ETHNIC FLAVOR GETS NATURAL TWIST 
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The company Baltimore Spice has combined two of the biggest food trends of the 1990s -- ethnic foods and natural ingredients -- with
LABELING PROMPTS FLAVOR DEVELOPMENT 
One of the goals of the Nutritional Labeling and Education Act now taking effect is greater consumer awareness of the ingredients used in food products.
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