4 Examples of Marketing Through Nutrition Labels

4 Examples of Marketing Through Nutrition Labels

This is a guest blog post by Richard Perlmutter, MS I’d like to show you what food companies are doing to improve the nutrition labeling characteristics of their products. Having a special interest in dairy products, I’ll begin by using two … Continue reading

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Cheerios, But Less Salty

Cheerios, But Less Salty

Most people wouldn’t think of  Cheerios as a salt filled food. They sure don’t taste salty. But a single serving contains 190mg of sodium. That’s almost 10% of the daily maximum allowance and MORE than a serving of Doritos! That’s … Continue reading

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Wanchai Ferry Chinese Frozen TV Dinners – Salt and Sugar Outdo Each Other

Wanchai Ferry Chinese Frozen TV Dinners – Salt and Sugar Outdo Each Other

General Mills published a press release last week heralding a new line of Frozen TV Dinners, branded Wanchai Ferry. The lineup includes 5 flavors: spicy garlic chicken, orange chicken, sweet & spicy shrimp, sweet & sour chicken, and shrimp lo … Continue reading

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What Häagen Says, What Häagen Dazs

What Häagen Says, What Häagen Dazs

Häagen Daazs ice cream is probably one of man’s best inventions, a true elixir. Undoubtedly the recipe was handed down from the heavens to help us mortals live a better life. It’s ice cream at it’s best, ambrosia for $7 … Continue reading

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