Tree Top
Ingredients

Research and Development Blog

Fruits Provide Innovative Edge With Cognitive Health Benefits
2/11/2019 By Becky Douglas
In addition to exercising and sleeping right, correct nutrition plays a major role in development, protection, and maintenance of brain functions. Our brains require a constant supply of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals to keep up with the extraordinary work load of the central nervous system. The brain only makes up about 2% of the weight of a human adult. At the same time, this organ can be... Click title to read more.
The Ever-Changing Processed Apple
12/3/2018 By Doug Webster
In Washington State the top five apples grown have traditionally been Red Delicious, Gala, Granny Smith, Golden Delicious and Fuji. About twenty years ago, Growers realized consumers would gladly pay more for a better tasting apple. Agronomists and Orchardists started secretly working on the next big apple variety to take over the fresh market and command a higher price from savvy consumers...Click on title to read more.
The Ins and Outs of Industrial Filtration
10/19/2018 By Becky Douglas
When you demand purity, filtration is a great technology that helps to get the job done. From maintaining incoming water quality specifications to separating materials into refined component streams, filtration is relied upon for providing high yield purification without damaging delicate beneficial compounds....Click title to read more.
1st Tree Top Innovation Fair finds added benefits
9/26/2018 By Debbie Flores
When we decided to hold our 1st innovation fair, it was with the goal of sharing some blue-sky ideas and accomplishments with other team members, and receive input on our newly created formulations. Tree Top's R&D team had a great time and received an overwhelming positive response to our newest formulations. See what the favorites were... Click title to read more.
No Added Sugar
6/25/2018 By Annie Li, Product Developer, Tree Top
More and more consumers are becoming increasingly concerned with the amount of added sugars in their diet. New FDA guidelines recommend that consumers limit their added sugar intake to 50 grams per day. Added sugars are sugars or syrups that are added to products during processing to enhance sweetness and are not inherent in the food... Click title to read more.
Previous Next