Jenna Blumenfeld

Jenna
Blumenfeld
Senior Food Editor,
New Hope Natural Media
Articles
5 minutes: Proposed Nutrition Facts panel put to test 
Will the proposed Nutrition Facts panel revision really help consumers weigh nutrition information better? One researcher put it to the test.
Many natural manufacturers are dedicated to reinvigorating new food standards 
Excitement is building as natural food industry world changers get ready to meet at Expo East
5@5: Nespresso's multi-million dollar sustainability plan, Two Non-GMO views
Each day at 5 p.m. we collect the five top natural news headlines of the day, making it easy for you to catch up on today's most important natural products industry news. Today's natural news docket includes: Nespresso's multi-million dollar sustainability plan, Canada's new food labeling requirements
Unboxed: 12 new natural bars, pouches, raw foods and more
Unboxed, Edition 3: We have a superb collection of natural products that exemplify hot food trends in this week's Unboxed. Not only do we have gluten-free sweets like crispy cookies and chia-filled, honey-sweetened paleo treats, but also we have chocolate sweetened with just zero-calorie stevia and erythritol, nutrition bars dedicated to feeding hungry children and manufacturers who take the concept of conscious capitalism to the max.
New technology could make perfect pizza every time
Chances are, you think that the best pizza should be a toasty brown color with blistering spots of burnt cheese. A new sensory machine could help pizza manufacturers achieve perfect pizza every time.
Non-GMO food sales growing, according to new NBJ research (infographic)
This handy infographic, courtesy of Nutrition Business Journal and New Hope Natural Media, shows that consumers are increasingly shopping for and buying more GMO-free products.
5@5: Solutions to desert food production, Can a pomegranate compound slow Alzheimer's?
Each day at 5 p.m. we collect the five top natural news headlines of the day, making it easy for you to catch up on today's most important natural products industry news. Today's natural news docket includes: Solutions to desert food production, Can a pomegranate compound slow Alzheimer's? New fish-eating recommendations for pregnant women
Unboxed: 7 new natural foods and beverages
Unboxed, Edition 2: Check out this week's sneak peek of the newest natural products to hit Food Editor Jenna Blumenfeld's desk. With an unbiased, honest approach, we review brand new natural and organic products in this second edition of Unboxed.
Sales of humanely raised meat and dairy soar 
Conscious consumerism is growing—especially when it comes to meat and dairy products. New data from SPINS shows just how much shoppers and manufacturers are prioritizing humanely raised animals.
Unboxed: 12 new natural product reviews and trends  3
Unboxed, Edition 1: Check out this sneak peek of the newest natural products to hit Food Editor Jenna Blumenfeld's desk. With an unbiased, honest approach, we review brand new natural and organic products.
Outlook promising for Colorado's GMO labeling bill to get on November ballot
Right to Know Colorado garnered over 160,000 signatures to secure a spot for its GMO labeling bill to get a place on November's ballot.
So you think you're natural? Take the test 2
Deciding what is and is not natural is a finicky task. So what if we devised an experiment that quantifies food products to discern their naturalness? Use this interactive model to see if your food product should be defined as "natural."
20 new festive products for the holidays 
Stock these top festive product picks to make your stores a holiday hotspot.
National tax proposed for sugary beverages 
A new bill that would tax sugary beverages on a national scale likely won't pass. But it lays the foundation for future sugar regulation to come.
GMO update: 2014 state labeling initiatives 
It's a headache to keep up with the 35-plus campaigns to label GMOs launched in 2014 alone. Stay up-to-date on state GMO labeling initiatives with this interactive map, recently published in The Wall Street Journal.
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