New Job Posting – Gummy Formulator, Southern California

Our client is one of the nation’s leading dietary supplement formulation and custom packaging companies. They specialize in custom dry-dosage formula solutions, from shelf-stable probiotics to vitamins and minerals. They are the largest supplier of store brand probiotics, and they have completed and launched the first USP Verified probiotic supplement. They seek a Gummy formulator to be based in their Southern California research center.

New Job Posting – Senior Manager/Team Lead R&D Food Scientist, Pennsylvania

The Sr. Manager / Team Lead R&D Food Scientist will lead the team of the R&D Food Scientists supporting the Marketing Team. This individual must have a deep knowledge of food processing and procedures (preferably with frozen foods, specifically ice cream) and accept accountability for driving product solutions from development all the way through marketplace availability including customer and consumer receptivity to quality, taste, and positioning.

This individual must possess a natural curiosity of consumer understanding and a deep knowledge in business acumen. They will develop and implement the New Product Development (NPD) process in alignment with the Stage Gate process, as well as partner with procurement in the implementation of the commodity, consumer packaging, and ingredient purchase processes for our client.

New Job Posting – Quality Assurance Manager, New Jersey

Our client has been able to pull off something rare in the business world: a culture that successfully blends the latest business practices with family values. That means their associates are able to work for a great company while also benefiting from a work environment that fosters world class professionalism combined with family intimacy. Their benefit offerings are reflective of this unique blend of Life, Work and Family .

Rethinking nutrition labeling: Food is not just the sum of its nutrients

Rethinking nutrition labeling: Food is not just the sum of its nutrients

The nutritional value of a food should be evaluated on the basis of the foodstuff as a whole, and not as an effect of the individual nutrients. This is the conclusion of an international expert panel of epidemiologists, physicians, food and nutrition scientists. Their conclusion reshapes our understanding of the importance of nutrients and their interaction.