Consumers are looking for quick energy-boosts, snacks for hunger or products for mental clarity without compromise on taste and nutritional profile. This is important in order that you can maintain your health and natural credentials whilst meeting market demands.
Creating a better own-label product
In house nutritionists
Everything we do is backed up by sound nutrition. We can recommend cutting-edge and clinically proven additional ingredients to set your own label product apart from the rest.
Quick to market
Our experience in designing supplements means that we are able to conceive and develop new products extremely quickly.
We can highlight areas of the market in which you are missing a trick and get the product developed, manufactured and delivered in your own-label packaging.
With a comprehensive understanding of ingredients, manufacturing, the market and the customer, we know how to formulate a successful product.
Beverages on a mission
We have already developed drinks with natural caffeine, herbal pick me ups and ingredients with a beauty focus as well as targeting many other health areas.
Milk based drinks which can replace breakfast containing cereal, protein smoothies with fruit and drinks or iced coffee are all hugely in demand by consumers.
The ready to drink coffee category has grown annually since 2011 (up 102% from 2011-2016).
With more than 3 in 5 consumers (63%)* stating that protein helps to keep them fuller for longer*, it’s no wonder that we drive the use of specific ingredients and technology to deliver high protein low sugar bars.
Instead of sugar laden snacks, our tasty crunchy bars satisfy the appetite with high quality protein without the high sugar levels.
*Mintel Consumer Snacking 2014
65% of consumers would be more likely to choose a soft drink with ‘all natural ingredients’ *.
We develop drinks with added ingredients able to meet this consumer demand. All natural ingredients include natural caffeine, proprietary herbals, cereals and natural source water such as coconut and melon water and many more are all achievable.
The Healthy Food to Go protein gap
Almost half of snackers (47%)* state that they prefer products that are healthier, so those which help fill a satiety gap (with protein) and low sugar (healthier), may well be a niche opportunity for Healthy Food to Go brands.
Protein is associated with satiety (feeling full) this provides a good platform for communication.
Breakfast drinks & Iced Coffee
The relatively new breakfast drinks category is mainly found in the food retail market, but the opportunity for the Healthy Food to Go sector remains untapped.
Milk based, ambient stable products with a decent shelf life is a challenge, but can be achieved with HDPE (bottled) breakfast drinks, cold brew coffee and iced coffee in a can.