Products

Food and nonfood product innovation across the store.

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Horizon's two-year-old Growing Years line, featuring products fortified with DHA-omega-3, now includes yogurt pouches, smoothies and more.

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the world a lot of lessons.

Products that nourish and sustain—for at-home or on-the-go—will appeal to consumers paying more attention to what they are eating.

The discount retailer was one of the winningest companies in the annual survey.

Consumers eating and preparing more foods at home sought flexible meal and snack options, and the frozen aisle was ready to open its doors, AFFI's and FMI's new "Power of Frozen 2021" report indicates.

Value-added and organic, as well as convenient packaging, help drive category excitement.

The pandemic put many consumer priorities on the backburner as health and safety came to the forefront—but sustainable products continue to hold strong among consumers’ biggest demands.

Global market for these high-fat, low-carb foods is expected to reach $14.75 billion by 2027.

Fermented foods-focused Wildbrine expands further into the growing dairy-alternatives market with opening of new facility in Santa Rosa, Calif.

Something easy, something nostalgic, a familiar flavor in a new format—whatever consumers are craving most for this year's Big Game, the bottom line is comfort.

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