Consumers across Latin America care greatly about environmental issues and a high percentage expect corporate engagement and will forfeit non-environmentally friendly brands, particularly in Colombia, finds Nielsen.
Pitaya or 'dragonfruit' is an increasingly popular flavor in Latin America and holds great promise for use in sports nutrition products like pre-workout beverages and protein waters, says Synergy Flavors.
There may be deficiencies in hygiene procedures during the production and storage of cheese in Brazil, with a new study finding viral and bacterial contamination of fresh and ripened semi-hard cheeses.
Several Central American countries are at 'high risk' to food and agriculture insecurity, given the impending El Niño weather pattern, says the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
Recent announcements by the Brazilian Health Ministry to significantly reduce salt and sugar levels of industrialized food products creates opportunities for natural aromas and flavors, says ingredients supplier Kerry.
Buenos Aires-based Brød – the first Danish bread factory in Argentina – is looking to expand its distribution across the country, and is eying the export potential of neighbors like Uruguay and Paraguay.
From the US FDA’s approval of a qualified health claim for high oleic oils to the EU’s push to promote its own plant protein market, a lot has happened over the past seven days. Here’s a round-up of the top seven global food and beverage news items to...
Artificial sweeteners in Latin America will continue to grow in the coming years, driven by consumer desire for low-calorie products and lucrative growth in Brazil's beverage segment, according to Fact.MR.