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Consumer Trends: How changes in consumer behavior impact the ingredients you buy Across the news, lifestyle magazines, and social media, every window we have into the wider world highlights a shift in our taste for what we eat and drink. We could well [...]

Valentine’s Day a little less sweet?

After the close of its owner and factory, it was reported that Sweethearts, the message-bearing, heart-shaped, multicolored candies, would not be available for this year’s Valentine’s Day. Once the self-proclaimed oldest candy company in the U.S., NECCO, manufacturer of Sweethearts, Wafers, Clark Bar, Sky [...]

EU to restrict palm-oil-derived biodiesel

A new EU law would limit the use of biodiesel derived from certain feedstocks to current volumes through 2023 but then zero out their use by 2030. Palm oil is one of the affected feedstocks because of its link to deforestation. Reuters reports that [...]

U.S. AJC imports rebounded in November

With import/export volumes being reported again, we now know that the U.S. imported over 5.5 million gallons of 70˚ Brix apple juice concentrate in November, up more than 15 percent from the small volumes imported in September and October but still below levels seen [...]