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In Brazil, less is more: Two thirds want to eat less sugar

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A whopping 65% of a representative sample of Brazilian consumers, representing the world’s fifth most populous country, said they wanted to have less sugar in their diets.

Latin American regulation harmonization bodes well for food importation prospects, consultant says

Latin American regulation harmonization bodes well for food importation prospects, consultant says

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Five trends driving shopping patterns in Mexico

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Vega Coffee creates 'more equitable' seed to cup subscription model

Vega Coffee creates a 'more equitable coffee experience' with seed to cup subscription model

Picture courtesy of the Whole Grains Council

SPOTLIGHT ON BRAZIL: Whole grain labeling… Should Brazil follow US or European criteria?

Cashew-based milk brand A tal da Castanha has a simple, clean label

SPOTLIGHT ON BRAZIL Plant-based foods, beverages: 'We're sensing a tremendous business opportunity,' says GFI

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Fair Trade certification tackles coconut supply

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Could Fair Trade certification help avoid a coconut shortage?

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