(Continued from page 1) In a recent trend-mapping report, CCD Innovation, a food and beverage product development company, pointed to the difference in how consumers look at foods promoting health and wellness now compared to during the economic doldrums of 2009. Then, consumers were responding to functionally fortified and highly engineered food. Now they’re turning to spices, berries, roots and nuts that are “healthful traditional food and ingredients. Then, exotic superfruits ...

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