Mary Ellen Kuhn

Mary Ellen Kuhn

soy burgerThe burgeoning plant-based burger and milk markets are directly—and unfairly—impacted by the NOVA food classification system, says noted soy researcher Mark Messina, director of nutrition science and research with the Soy Nutrition Institute Global. That is because NOVA evaluates foods not on the basis of nutrient content but instead on the degree to which they are processed. And that means that some soy-based offerings with strong nutritional profiles are categorized in the same way…

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Mary Ellen Kuhn is executive editor of Food Technology magazine ([email protected]).
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