Emerging multicultural wellness ingredients

According to the latest Packaged Facts’ Culinary Trend Tracking Series report, multicultural wellness ingredients are emerging as a new trend.

While most Americans want to eat healthier, most that do are aged 35 and older. Likewise, the Americans that are trying new foods are mostly aged 18 to 44, said Packaged Facts Research Director David Sprinkle in the report.

Multicultural wellness ingredients are bringing these two groups together. The ingredients appeal to adventurous young shoppers, as well as health-conscious older shoppers.

Teff, avocados, matcha, pumpkin seeds and lentils are five increasingly popular ingredients that the report mentioned. Check out these four products that use these ingredients and are Made With Honey!

Gluten-Free Multi-Grain Bread
French Meadow Bakery

French Meadow Bakery, Minneapolis, was the first certified organic bakery in the United States. Its Gluten-Free Multi-Grain Bread is prepared using a whole-grain blend of amaranth, quinoa, millet, sorghum and teff, and is sweetened with a touch of organic honey.

Sparkling Matcha Green Tea

Motto, Boston, is the first bottled beverage delivering all the health benefits of matcha green tea. The Sparkling Matcha Green Tea is made with premium matcha, apple cider vinegar and fresh lemon juice, and is lightly sweetened with honey.

Great Harvest Bread Company

The Great Harvest Bread Company, Dillon, Mont., was established in 1976. The company bakes products with whole-grain and simple ingredients. In the Dakota, sunflower, pumpkin, and sesame seeds are generously kneaded into whole-wheat dough sweetened with honey for flavorful bread.

Honey Barbecue Sprouted Lentils
The Perfect Snaque

The Perfect Snaque, Hamilton, N.Y., was launched in 2011, and is a non-GMO certified company that produces snacks with superfoods. The Honey Barbecue Sprouted Lentils are gluten-free with 80% less fat than most potato chips. These lentils are packed with protein, and are lightly sweetened with honey powder.

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