November 1, 2016
Though juice, especially 100% juice, has traditionally been viewed as a healthy beverage, this perception is shifting, in part due to media reports that many juices and smoothies contain more sugar than carbonated soft drinks. The “war on sugar” and negative publicity surrounding high levels of naturally occurring sugar in juices led to a decline in […]
April 12, 2014
Blueberries’ exceptional consumer appeal made them the fastest-growing fruit of 2013, and there is no end in sight for their ardent growth trajectory. Blueberries have a number of coveted characteristics which make them superior to other types of fruit, including a good shelf life, convenience and superfruit status. Strawberries, cherries and grapes may, to date, […]
March 1, 2014
Ayurveda, a system of traditional medicine found in India, has received a fairly mixed press since it first came to the notice of western consumers. While many swear by it as a natural route to better health, there have been concerns raised over the levels of toxins found in some imported Indian medicines and the […]
March 21, 2012
Euromonitor International explores the health benefits of cherries and analyses the fruit's promising growth areas, such as sports nutrition, pain management and combating sleeplessness.
October 18, 2012
Podcast available in Enlgish and Spanish. Superfruit juices – juices that contain fruits such as acai or pomegranate – have been slower to take off in Latin America, according to Sergio Hidalgo, research analyst at Euromonitor. This is a surprise given production costs are low and restrictions on claims are minimal. Most superfruit juices are […]

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