Friday, December 4, 2020
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, consumer prices for food remained unchanged in July on a seasonally adjusted basis, per the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U). This after two months of declining prices in...
Soups and broths are back in vogue, and just in time for winter weather. Lauren Hartman at Food Processing outlines the latest flavors and trends. Companies like Progresso, Campbell's, Swanson, and Annie's Homegrown are offering options that cater to on-the-go...
Meal kit popularity continues to rise as adult consumers seek to simplify food prep, eat healthier, and try new recipes, says a new Harris Poll. More than 2,000 adults participated, including 474 who purchased a meal kit online or...
The food industry saw 505 mergers and acquisitions in 2016, according to the Food Institute as reported by Food Processing. This is up a smidge from 2014, which saw 503 deals, but still way below the record of 813, recorded...
Low-calorie ice cream and sherbet maker Halo Top sold $324.2 million in new products in 2017, giving it the top spot on IRI’s 2017 New Product Pacesetter list by a long shot. IRI’s New Product Pacesetters: Food & Beverage Brand Product...
Food companies that want to continue to grow can no longer ignore social, political, and environmental values. Among the research that shows consumers make decisions based on these values is a 2018 L.E.K. Consulting survey that found consumers increasingly...
Pet owners strive to treat their cats and dogs like royalty, or at least rulers of the household. And a large portion of that effort goes toward what they feed their furry friends.  Owners who want to spoil their animals...
What will food companies look like in 30 years? The Food Company of 2050, a report from Lux Research, attempts to answer that question. Lux analyzed startup trends, social norms, and corporate concerns to pinpoint six megatrends expected to shape the...
A new report confirms that consumers are demanding more and more transparency when it comes to food products. For its 2016 Food Revolution Study, Label Insight surveyed more than 1,500 consumers “to determine how they make food choices, shop,...
Fortune and Food & Wine have teamed up for the third year in a row to identify women "entrepreneurs, activists, and idealists" who are transforming the ways we eat and drink. From Harvard to Kroger, and from local farms to...