From labeling best practices to talent recruiting and sales techniques, the food industry is changing — and fast. We’re here to keep you up-to-date with the latest innovations, and our top articles in February is a great place to start. So if you haven’t seen these already, be sure to add them to your reading list!

#1 Food Labels Prompt Consumers to Purchase Healthier Food

These days you’re not just going to find nutrition facts on packaged food — you’re going to see if the product is low-fat, low-carb, gluten-free, and so on. But does all this extra information have a significant bearing on consumer eating habits? Find out what researchers have uncovered (so far) in this article.

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#2 Attracting More Young People to the Food Industry

Nearly half of food manufacturing companies plan to expand their workforce in 2019, but attracting young people to the industry is particularly challenging. Using these modernized techniques, you can get Millennial and Gen Z workers to consider a career in the food industry.

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#3 Simple, Snackable, and Healthy: What Gen Z Wants in Food

Gen Z is gaining buying power, so the food industry should be listening to what this up-and-coming generation wants when it comes to food. From convenience to health, find out what Gen Z is looking for at mealtime.

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#4 7 Benefits of a B2B Online Marketplace for Food Industry Suppliers

E-commerce isn’t just for consumer goods anymore. Forrester predicts that by 2023, B2B e-commerce will account for 17% of all B2B sales in the United States — why shouldn’t the food industry can reap the benefits?

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#5 The Poultry Problem: A Comparison of UK and US Poultry Methods

The United States and the United Kingdom both have a deep appreciation for chicken, but the way each country processes and packages poultry is wildly different. This guest article offers insight into US and UK poultry methods — and the pros and cons associated with each.

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