We all fall behind on our reading from time to time, but we’ve got you covered. Here are the articles our readers enjoyed most last month.

1. Will Millennials Kill Kitchens?

Millennials are drastically changing the food industry — one study even suggests they could make home cooking a thing of the past. Check out this article for a deep dive into why so many Millennials opt for eating out and ordering in.

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2. Specialty Foods Sales Growth Vastly Outpaces All Food at Retail

Specialty foods are gaining popularity with today’s health-conscious and convenience-driven consumers, as proven by impressive sales numbers. Learn more about what specialty foods are flying off grocery store shelves (and who’s buying them).

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3. Employment Challenges Remain as Industry Continues to Grow: ISM Report

The food, beverage, and tobacco industry is healthy, but the shortage of skilled and unskilled labor remains a top concern. In this article, we explore how these industries have been growing, underscoring how hiring and retaining talent should remain a top priority.

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4. Boston is the Most Expensive Place for Food Processing Plants; Great Falls, the Least Expensive

If you’re looking for a more affordable location for food processing operations, consider Great Falls. Have a look at how this modest city in Montana stacks up against some of the largest metros in the country when it comes to living and operating costs.

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5. Anheuser-Busch, Nestle, and PepsiCo Are World’s Largest Food and Beverage Companies

Health food may be all the rage these days, but beer and chocolate producers still take the cake for “largest companies in the world.” Read about how the food and beverage industry held up in Forbes Global 2000 list in this article.

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