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St. Louis Business Journal: Label Insight Names New CEO

Posted by Press on Jul 24, 2018 12:07:00 PM
Label Insight, which has operations in both St. Louis and Chicago, has named co-founder Ronak Sheth as CEO. 
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MEL Magazine: What’s in This?: TUMS

Posted by Press on Mar 23, 2018 10:40:51 AM

All seven ingredients in this stomach soother, explained (yep, even sodium polyphosphate)

We’re often told that you should never eat anything (or put anything on your body) if you don’t recognize everything on the ingredients list. But since most of us have no idea what xanthan gum or potassium benzoate are — or more importantly, what they’re doing to our bodies — we’re decoding the ingredients in the many things Americans put in (and on) themselves with the help of an expert.

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Food Dive: Does SmartLabel have the smarts to inform the modern consumer?

Posted by Press on Oct 16, 2017 12:08:00 PM

Consumer demand for product transparency has skyrocketed during the past few years, driven largely by interest in better-for-you ingredients and a fear of artificial additives. But as food and beverage manufacturers scramble to add more label claims to their product packaging, it has resulted in one unexpected problem: Shopper confusion.

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Food Dive: The future is now: Thousands of products already sport the revamped Nutrition Facts label

Posted by Press on Oct 16, 2017 9:34:00 AM

When the Food and Drug Administration proposed a 2020 compliance date for the new Nutrition Facts label last month, some manufacturers breathed a sigh of relief, knowing they had extra time to get their products ready.

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The Wall Street Journal: The Search for Sugar Substitutes

Posted by Press on Oct 15, 2017 10:12:00 PM

Food makers are racing to find acceptable alternatives to sugar. But it’s hard to replace a taste that so many Americans have grown to love.

Traditional sweeteners—from sucrose, or table sugar, to high-fructose corn syrup—are an increasing concern to consumers and lawmakers, who see them as a key culprit in America’s obesity and diabetes epidemic.

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Forbes: 6 Awesome Tech Companies To Intern For--According To Interns Themselves

Posted by Press on Oct 9, 2017 11:42:00 AM

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5. Label Insight: Peter Kimes, Inter-Departmental Intern

What a cross-departmental internship looks like: "My role at Label Insight was based mostly in the customer success and finance departments. On the finance side, I was working primarily on projects to examine spending, revenue projection, and day-to-day expense reports. For customer success I was able to work on reviewing various client contracts, put together training decks, and help implement our brand new CRM tool. I also had a great time helping out in marketing; there was always something new and fun to learn about."

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From Walmart To Grass Roots, 'Blockchain' Tracking Closes Knowledge Gap About Our Foods' Origins

Posted by Press on Oct 4, 2017 3:04:00 PM

Grass Roots Farmers' Cooperative in Clinton consider so-called locavores and farm-to-table chefs who want assurance their meat is raised organically their target demographic, and they're turning to the emerging information system blockchain technology for its ease and thoroughness of reporting.

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Food Dive: Poll: Consumers appreciate transparency of nutrition labels

Posted by Press on Oct 3, 2017 11:36:00 AM

Dive Brief:

  • An online Reuters/Ipsos poll released this week revealed that 84% of adults think the government should require nutrition information labels on packaged food sold in grocery stores — and 64% want the same requirements for restaurants. Only 13% said they always read the labels when deciding whether to buy a product.
  • More than three out of five said they use the labels to find out about sugar, calories, salt and fat content in packaged food.
  • Fewer than half said they would be willing to pay more for foods that are organic, grass-fed or contain no added sugars or genetically engineered ingredients. However, 57% said they would consider paying more for locally grown food. The Reuters/Ipsos poll was taken from July 8-17 by 3,024 U.S. adults. 
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Chicago Sun Times: Revamping your meals with healthy Fall food options

Posted by Press on Oct 2, 2017 4:58:00 PM

Now that lazy summer beach days are gradually turning into cozy fireside nap times, the season’s favorite foods get a radical makeover.

In Chicago, you might think of warm “comfort foods” — pizza, gyros, pulled pork, macaroni-and-cheese and hot apple cider — as the season’s foods and drink of choice. While that might make you salivate, it can also contribute to feeling sluggish, tired and just plain lousy.

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The Wall Street Journal: Silly Rabbit! Original Trix With Artificial Colors Is Back After Customers Revolt

Posted by Press on Sep 21, 2017 3:30:00 PM

Yes, some consumers are clamoring for cold-pressed beet juice and quinoa chips. But that doesn’t mean they don’t also want Red 40, Blue 1 and Yellow 6.

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