Hotels are offering gluten-free menu options to attract guests who want GF food. Unilever has been rated the top company for sustainability. A food app has been launched which allows users to find allergy-free restaurants. Some Texas charter schools are offering organic and sugar-free meals.
Gluten-free hotel food Aug-26-11 Lodging Hospitality
Hotels are recognizing the growing demand for gluten-free food. To support those efforts chefs in some hotel groups are equipped with recipe analysis software.
Unilever top company for sustainability Aug-29-11 FoodProcessing.com
In an April poll of 559 sustainability experts from business, government, non-profits and academia carried out by consultants SustainAbility and researchers GlobeScan, Unilever was chosen by the highest number of respondents. Unilever was also chosen as the top sustainable food company by Two Tomorrows Group Ltd., a UK-based international corporate sustainability agency, which conducts an annual assessment of corporate sustainability practices of the world’s largest food & beverage companies.
Fat-modified foods Aug-30-11 Food Navigator
For people who believe they are at high risk of metabolic disease, it was reported that modified-fat foods would be acceptable. These include fish, red meat, poultry, cheese, and butter, and GM foods with reduced fat would also be acceptable to these people.
Restaurant app for allergies Aug-31-11 Food Product Design
AllergyEats has launched a free app for iPhone and Android smartphones that allows users to find allergy-friendly restaurants. The app offers peer-based allergy-friendliness ratings as well as restaurants’ websites, menus, and directions. Users can access information for many restaurants such as menus (including gluten-free menus), allergen lists, nutrition information, certifications, web links, and more.
Gut bacteria enterotypes linked to diet Sep-2-11 NutraIngredients
The type of food you eat may help to determine the type of bacterial population – or enterotypes – in your gut, according to a new study
Organic and sugar-free meals in some Texas charter schools Sep-2-11 The Huntsville Item
The new free and reduced-price lunch program at Vista Academy and Premier High School features strictly organic and sugar-free foods.