With deep fried battered foods galore, you’d think the state fair would be a nightmare for people who can’t have gluten.
With names like “Naked Blues,” “Sweet Potato” and “Simply Sriracha,” the chips of Way Better Snacks are way different from anything you’ve tried before. Jim Breen graduated high school and college in the Twin Cities, worked on the East Coast for food companies and is now growing his own food brand in the North Loop neighborhood of Minneapolis.
With each year, there seems to be a new wave of food trends. One year it was the Atkins diet, another year it’s juicing and fondue. But this year, it’s all about clean, fresh, lean and real foods, according to a dietician WCCO’s Natalie Nyhus talked with.
More often than not, a new business opportunity arises out of one person’s desire for a product not already found on store shelves. That’s certainly the case with a new Minnesota company that has the dreams of becoming a national brand — and the goals of helping you, and your family, be healthy on the go.
Millions of Americans suffer from gluten intolerance, and soon new food labels will make it easier to make sure what you’re getting is really gluten free.
Twenty-nine percent of Americans tell researchers they’re trying to avoid gluten. Why?
Several Minneapolis chefs are uniting online to help Minnesotans achieve their weight lose resolutions in 2013.
Nearly 2 million Americans have celiac disease and should avoid eating gluten. However, as little as a decade ago, virtually no one in the U.S. seemed to have a problem eating the protein that’s found in bread and other foods.