7 innovative food and drink products highlighted at Fi India 2018

August 6, 2018
3 min read

This year at Fi India – taking place from 30 August to 1 September at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR Mintel at its Stand No. 5.122 will explore the different strategies taken by food and drink companies around the world that revolve around fat, salt and sugar reduction, including key learnings for players in the India market.

Here, we highlight a sampling of the products that will be showcased at the show.

Get Farmed! Fava Beans Supersnack, Australia

The Get Farmed! Fava Beans Supersnack is tossed in sunflower oil and lightly dusted with salted fava beans that contain protein, carbohydrate, fibre and essential nutrients. This snack is made with hand-selected ingredients, features a five health star rating and is said to be free from nut, gluten, dairy and GMO.

Turci Firenze Miosal Table Salt Spray, Croatia

This product is made with Italian rock salt and is said to provide more taste and less sodium. The product features a dispenser that can help control daily salt intake. It comes in a 140ml pack providing 700 sprays.

Sipahh Milk Flavouring Straws, Australia

Sipahh Milk Flavouring Straws contains 50 straws that come with ten flavours to choose from. The vegetarian product is portion controlled for everyday consumption with less sugar (only two grams per straw) and claims to be free from milk, artificial colours, flavours, and preservatives.

Artisan Palate All Natural Onion Garlic Chilli Pepper Himalayan Pink Salt, India

The Artisan Palate All Natural Onion Garlic Chilli Pepper Himalayan Pink Salt is said to add a zing to any marinade. The vegetarian product contains no added colour, preservatives, or MSG and retails in a 150g pack that features a recipe suggestion.

Leaf Garden Infusión Natural Red Fruit Infusion, Mexico

This drink is made with strawberry, raspberry and blueberry – fruit that claim to be rich in antioxidants and free from calories, colourings and sugar. The product claims to be low in sodium, has been sweetened with stevia, and retails in a 400ml bottle.

Mr Kipling Viennese Whirls, UK

Mr Kipling’s Viennese Whirls is a vegetarian product that is said to contain 100% natural flavours, and is free from artificial colours and hydrogenated fat. The product comes in a newly designed recyclable pack, containing six slices of shortcake swirls.

Clif Bar Nut Butter Filled Peanut Butter Filled Energy Bar, US

This energy bar is a USDA organic and a kosher certified non-GMO product that claims to below low in glycemic index.

What can you expect at the show?

Join us as Mintel’s expert analyst Ranjana Sundaresan discusses the strategies for brands to reduce fat, salt and sugar. Through this presentation, Mintel aims to help brands in India develop products with added health benefits. Find out more.

See, touch and experience the latest food and drink innovations from around the world that incorporate strategies for sugar, salt and fat reduction.

Register for Fi India and visit Mintel at the show to hear from our experts.

Ranjana Sundaresan
Ranjana Sundaresan

Ranjana is Mintel’s Senior Research Analyst based in Mumbai. She specialises in analysing global consumer trends—with an Indian focus—and global trend observations.

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