1. Arcadia Biosciences Enters Global Collaboration with Arista Cereal Technologies and Bay State Milling Company for Commercialization of High Fiber Wheat

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    Agreement accelerates global commercialization of Arcadia’s high fiber resistant starch wheat technology, provides Arista and Bay State Milling Company exclusivity in key wheat markets, including North America, and leverages companies’ food science expertise and leading positions as grain and ingredient providers.Continue Reading »
  2. Getting the digestion message out through fiber

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    A survey released this year revealed how consumers are confused about whether food items, including bread, affect their digestion positively or negatively. Adding and promoting fiber in bread could help clear up that confusion. Ancient grains, whole grains, inulin and barley all bring fiber to bread formulations, and newer wheat varieties are emerging that have…Continue Reading »
  3. Arcadia Biosciences partners with Ardent Mills

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    Arcadia Biosciences Inc (NASDAQ:RKDA) CEO Raj Ketkar and CFO Matt Plavan update Proactive’s Christine Corrado on the company’s recent earnings report and its collaboration with wheat milling company Ardent Mills. Ketkar says the Arden Mills partnership is ‘exciting’ since its one of the largest milling companies in the US, with more than 40 milling operations…Continue Reading »
  4. Why Gluten-Free Is Here to Stay

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    Once ballyhooed as a leading culinary and dietary trend, the gluten-free movement has lost some steam in recent years. In its 2018 culinary forecast, the National Restaurant Association (NRA) reports that 44% of surveyed chefs deem gluten-free cuisine a hot trend versus 61% in 2016 and 74% in 2013 (NRA 2018, 2016, and 2013).Continue Reading »
  5. Why Gluten-Free Is Here to Stay

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    The category may have lost some of its luster, but ongoing strong demand continues to spur product development in diverse product segments. Demand for gluten-free products remains strong in both the foodservice and retail sectors, driven largely by consumers who voluntarily avoid or limit gluten in their diets. Read full articleContinue Reading »
  6. Reduced Gluten: Arcadia Eyes Untapped Market Potential

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    A large number of people choose to eat gluten-free products but do not have gluten-related medical conditions. Reduced gluten options can be part of a strategy to “making wheat cool again.” Arcadia CEO Raj Ketkar was interviewed recently by Robin Wyers of Nutrition Insight. Read the full interview.Continue Reading »