December 1999 Issue
The Winners And Losers: EN's Best And Worst Products Of The Decade
As the 1990's come to an end, we wonder what food innovations and trends the new millennium will bring. It's hard to predict. No one saw the coffee craze coming or anticipated the organic explosion. One trend marketers have jumped on is the concept known as "functional foods," in which vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, soy and herbs—not necessarily for any logical reason or in amounts that would make any difference—are added to everything, from
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