2020 The Year Of Inulin.
New Nutrition Business presented the 10 Key Trends in Food Nutrition & Health for 2020. In their analysis, they provide 10 strategies many companies are following to link their products to current market trends. Shifts in consumer beliefs, scientific changes, risk and opportunities are addressed in the analsys. The report highlights 4 mega trends Snackification, Naturally Functional, Fragmentation and Sustainability driving consumer behavior.
The 10 Key Trends In Food Nutrition & Health For 2020.
1. Digestive Wellness
2. Good Carbs,Bad Carbs
7. Meat Reimagined
8. Provenance & Authenticity
9. Energy 2.0
Inulin In The Spotlight.
New Nutrition Business highlights inulin as the ingredient for 2020. Product launches with inulin as a highlight ingredient are growing steadily. Inulin provides functional benifits such as digestive support, benefits related to diabetes and weight management, improved calcium absorption, inulin is a well-suited sugar replacer, can increase dietary fiber content, and can be used as fat replacement, humectant, thickening or binding agent.
U.S. FDA Issues GRAS No Objection Letter For Inulin From Jerusalem Artichoke
WEISER Idaho, USA – On November 08, 2019 – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) No Objection Letter, for Intrinsic Organics 100% Organic inulin from Jerusalem Artichoke.
Our Jerusalem Artichoke Fiber (Inulin) will help customers add dietary fiber and texture, as well as reduce sugar, fat, and calories, and is 100% USDA Organic. “We provide customers a great solution to reduce added sugars, add dietary fiber claims, provide prebiotic claims, and is a label-friendly ingredient” said Kyle Griffiths, Chief Marketing Officer for Intrinsic Organics.
Inulin & Inulin-Type Fructans.
Intrinsic Organics, LLC FDA CONFIRMATION OF DIETARY FIBER STATUS FOR INULIN and INULIN-TYPE FRUCTANS
Intrinsic Organics, LLC the manufacture of 100% Organic IOF™ Inulin from Jerusalem Artichoke Fiber, welcomes the announcement that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recognizes inulin-type fructans as dietary fiber for the new nutrition facts label. The recognition consolidates the fiber status of Jerusalem Artichoke Fiber (Inulin) in the US. This approval supports opportunities for organic brands and health conscious food and beverage product applications in the US.
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