Labeling Practices

Sorting It All Out

labelClean label products usually are free from additives, preservatives and GMOs. The number of new clean label products in the U.S. has increased 235% from 2005 to 2015.

Twenty-five percent of consumers seek gluten-free products, a category that grew 136% between 2013 and 2015. Three out of four think organic confers health benefits. GMO-free claims were used on 14% of new food and beverage launches in the U.S. in 2015. “No additives or preservatives” is the most commonly used clean label claim, but “organic” and “non-GMO” are the fastest growing.

What We Offer

Many of DairiConcepts’ Cheese and Dairy Powders, Amplifi® Concentrated Pastes,  Ascentra® Flavor Enhancer and Hard Italian Cheeses can accommodate your clean label declarations. Our Amplifi® Concentrated Pastes  contain no gluten. Contact your sales director for specifics.

Relevant Articles And Websites

“House approves federal GMO labeling bill that nullifies Vermont law” – (July 2016)

“Senate passes bill that could put QR code labels on GMO foods” – (July 2016)

“Dairy ethical label market can grow by $4.6bn says Euromonitor” – (June 2016)

“Industry groups hail Senate committee’s G.M.O. move” – (June 2016)

“F.D.A. updates Nutrition Facts panel” – (May 2016)

“Labeling what it takes to burn calories could help curb overeating, public health advocate says” – (April 2016)

“Is “Artisan” Just Another Meaningless Buzzword?” – (April 2016)

“Non-GMO claims on foods containing dairy or meat are fertile ground for false ad lawsuits, warn attorneys” – (April 2016)

“Clean-label claims sought by one in three shoppers, according to survey” – (February 2016)

“A Third of Consumers Remain in the Dark over what “Clean Label” Means” – (February 2016)

“Simplicity + Transparency Behind Clean Labeling ” –

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