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As a sweetener, honey imparts exceptional flavors in all bakery foods and sweetens bakery foods naturally, giving bakers a "clean label" alternative to other sweeteners.

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From sweet and spicy to honey whole wheat, snack food manufacturers can capitalize on the latest trends in snacking by incorporating honey into their snack food formulations.

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June 24, 2016

Mash-Ups Feta Cheese & Honey Caramel – Pop Art Snacks – Salt Lake City, Utah

Next month, Pop Art Snacks will be launching their new blended popcorns, Mash-Ups. The art-inspired snack popcorn company is introducing a line of flavors based… Read More »

June 24, 2016

General Mills cares about pollinator conservation

General Mills Inc. is making quiet a buzz with their honey ventures. With Buzz the bee as one of their leading mascots and Honey Nut… Read More »

May 27, 2016

Honey Barbecue Chips Tim’s Cascade Snacks – Miami, Fla.

These crunchy, delicious barbecue chips are flavored with real barbecue sauce, as well as onions, tomatoes and garlic, with an extra touch of honey. They… Read More »

Looking for a flavor profile to enhance your new candy? Or are you looking to expand an existing line with a sweet variety? Honey is the ideal sweetener for a variety of confections.

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June 24, 2016

Mash-Ups Feta Cheese & Honey Caramel – Pop Art Snacks – Salt Lake City, Utah

Next month, Pop Art Snacks will be launching their new blended popcorns, Mash-Ups. The art-inspired snack popcorn company is introducing a line of flavors based… Read More »

May 27, 2016

Peanut Chocolate Honey Pattie Heavenly Organics – Keota, Iowa

The honey that goes into these patties is gathered in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains and throughout northern and central India. Each bite of… Read More »

May 27, 2016

Honey used to fight chemotherapy’s ‘bad taste’

After fighting breast cancer, a New Jersey mother has started a lollipop business as a means to combat the negative side effects of chemotherapy. Samantha… Read More »

Need ideas for incorporating honey into your dairy foods? This website provides the latest trends and product innovations, all focused on honey's use in dairy-based foods.

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June 24, 2016

Honey Cookie Flavored Milk – Hiland Dairy Foods Company – Springfield, Mo.

With June in full swing, it is the perfect time for Hiland Dairy’s new line of summer milk flavors. One of the three featured flavors… Read More »

May 27, 2016

Honey Ice Cream Golden North – South Australia

This smooth and creamy ice cream is flavored with rich, Blue Gum Honey, which results in a natural flavor that enlivens the taste buds. Golden… Read More »

May 27, 2016

Honey used to fight chemotherapy’s ‘bad taste’

After fighting breast cancer, a New Jersey mother has started a lollipop business as a means to combat the negative side effects of chemotherapy. Samantha… Read More »

From teas and juices to milk and alcoholic drinks, honey's use in the beverage industry is expanding as manufactures realize the value of using an all-natural sweetener with exceptional flavor and marketing impact.

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June 24, 2016

Apple Brandy – Sonoma Cider – Healdsburg, Calif.

Sonoma Cider has announced its first organic brandy and foray into the craft spirts market. Apple Brandy combines juices from five varieties of organic apples… Read More »

May 27, 2016

Robert Earl Keen Honey Pils Pedernales Brewing Company – Fredericksburg, Texas

This light, refreshing beer is made with local honey, which adds a sweetness to balance the classic German hops, and adds a pleasant wildflower aroma.… Read More »

May 26, 2016

Millennials are the driving force behind massive growth of spirits

The relationship millennials have with whiskey certainly isn’t on the rocks. For the second year in a row, whiskey revenues have continued to rise. In… Read More »