Snacks used to be primarily something given to children as a reward, but today, they're a major part of Americans' eating habits, according to a new report.
Whether packing lunches or providing an on-the-go pick-me-up, parents want more from the snacks they give their kids.
Snacking is no longer limited to between-meal munching. “The food culture is changing, and snacking occasions are much broader,” said Blaine Becker, a representative for The Hartman Group.
Mom is being replaced by technology as the go-to source for culinary knowledge, according to a new report.
According to a study presented Friday at the Natural Products Expo West, Boiron has found there is substantial opportunity for growth in the retail sales of homeopathic medicines with notable interest among consumers in trying homeopathic medicines.
Consumers may be saying one thing and doing another when it comes to choosing healthy...
Trans fat, salt and sugar—out. Products with a less-guilt-because-this-might-actually-be-good-for-you message—in....