Vertical farming startup Plenty has signed a deal to supply Whole Foods and Safeway stores.
Plant-based proteins came out on top of the culinary trends ranked by chefs in a new report from The National Restaurant Association, but the survey also sheds some light on other trends we can expect to see in plant-forward dishes this year.
Food producers and chain restaurants entered several new categories in 2019 by debuting co-branded products, such as Twinkies cereal, Stuffed Cheez-Its Pizza and Starburst-flavored yogurt.
New CPG products and a fast-casual concept from Applebee's made waves with readers this week.
Personalized nutrition is the merging of two major cultural forces: personalization and customization and health and wellness via nutrition.
2020 food trend forecasts call for continued growing interest in plant-based dishes, sustainable food sources.
Many of the most popular stories among SmartBrief food and beverage readers this week had to do with either looking back at trends from the past year (or decade) or plans and trends that are gaining steam as we head into the new year.
Cannabis is poised to be a major disruptive force across a variety of markets, but none more so than food, beverage, and health and wellness. But we’ve seen this type of movement before.
New products and plans for the coming year came out on top in this week’s roundup of most-clicked stories.
In 2020, there are some big factors we’ll be keeping our eye on that could have major ramifications for the food industry well into the future.
Spending on self-care, greater emphasis on in-store experiences and increased focus on sustainability will be major CPG trends in 2020, according to predictions from Acosta.
Kroger's popular regional banners and plant-based meat experiment caught readers' attention.
Several trends that emerged or gained a foothold in the food industry in 2019 will continue to grow in the coming year.
Food options for both ketogenic and flexitarian diets exploded this year following the rise of consumer demand for more healthy choices as well as food produced sustainably.
CPG product debuts, interesting cooking methods and ALDI’s US success caught readers’ attention this week.
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