Red Bull GmbH's new premium beverage contains 45 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce can -- more than in Cokes and Pepsis -- and natural ingredients. This is another attempt for a product to offer competition in the cola-beverage market.
The Peruvian berry can offer food manufacturers an alternative to synthetic pigments. Research shows that the dried seeds of the berry produced a "bright, stable" color that can be used in products such as yogurt.
Advertisers focused print ads on beef, potatoes and apples -- components of the "all-American meal" -- more than any other perishable foods in 2007. A new ad activity report shows that meat and fruit were more likely to be advertised than vegetables.
Procter & Gamble has partnered with Gen Art to find America's brightest smile through a photo contest. "My Life in Smiles" launched Friday and is part of the company's marketing campaign for a new product in Crest's whitening line.