Jenna Blumenfeld

Jenna
Blumenfeld
Senior Food Editor,
New Hope Natural Media
Articles
Packaging spotlight: 3 natural redesigns that work 1
These three new natural brands recently debuted their new digs, and the effect is powerful.
Soylent, the nutrient-dense protein powder, is now even easier to drink
Soylent 2.0 contains vegan ingredients, including algae, and doesn't require refrigeration.
Unboxed: New natural candy, gum, vegan 'cheese' and more
This week on Unboxed, we reviewed new natural products that contain bio-active manuka honey, caffeine, roasted cacao beans and more.
Cold-brew coffee is here to stay
Cold-brew coffee is having a moment—and not just for coffee snobs. Stock these seven exemplary products that showcase the trend.
9 new better-for-you products to avoid #JunkFoodDay
Sate your customers' pining for something sweet and salty with these natural snack and candy alternatives—all which deliver better-for-you ingredients free from artificial anything.
Comedian John Oliver digs into America's food waste, expiration date problems
Comedian and social commentator John Oliver argues that small companies should be incentivized with tax breaks to donate imperfect food.
Q&A: Rainforest Action Network's Lindsey Allen on palm oil, human rights and more
Lindsey Allen, executive director of the Rainforest Action Network, talks palm oil, sustainable sourcing, human rights and corporate personhood.
Unboxed: 14 innovative new natural coffee, bars, desserts and more
Each week on Unboxed, we review new natural foods and beverages that are just reaching store shelves. This week, we review a nutrition bar that features spent grain from local breweries, a coffee fruit-infused beverage, allergen-free cookies and more.
Hampton Creek’s new ad encourages food innovation, competition 2
Hampton Creek, makers of plant-based mayo and baked goods, wrote a slew of letters to improve the food industry and published them in the New York Times. And they’re addressed to you.
4 food and drink trends spotted at Summer Fancy Food Show 2015 1
From flowers to watermelon, these ingredients that stood out at the Summer Fancy Food Show 2015 are harbingers of the next natural food and beverage trends.
Satisfy Americans' snack attack naturally
Across all channels, natural snacks ranging from bars to rice cakes to chips pulled in $3.6 billion in the 52 weeks ending March 22, 2015, according to SPINS. Get a taste of the market and products that will satisfy your customers around the clock.
Unboxed: 9 products packed with plant protein 1
Try some of these options, which all contain 5 or more grams of plant protein from peas, lentils, brown rice and more per serving, to help shoppers fit more clean protein into their diets.
Real food for real athletes 
Elite athletes and weekend warriors move away from sugary bars and gels
Gourmet, Indian-inspired products take center stage at Summer Fancy Food
The most prevalent food and beverage trend we spotted at the 2015 Summer Fancy Food Show? Indian-inspired products that bring ethnic flavors to American palates by packaging perfectly spiced simmer sauces for tikka masala, curry, korma and more.
Dispatch: Summer Fancy Food Show finds '15, day 2
New, innovative products from the Summer Fancy Food Show incorporated familiar ingredients in unexpected ways. Mini popcorn, anyone?
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