Labeling Practices

Sorting It All Out

Clean label products usually are free from additives, preservatives and GMOs (genetically modified organisms). 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.


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 our Sales Department for specifics.


“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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