Offering options that appeal to meat-eaters is key to the success of the growing plant-based category, because it reflects the way that most people eat today.
Hotels and airlines are working harder than ever to make business travelers more comfortable.
Grocery news made a big showing in this week’s list of most-clicked stories among SmartBrief’s food and beverage readers.
Some food makers are choosing glass containers to appeal to consumers' demand for sustainable packaging.
Ghost kitchens are changing the way restaurant operators and chefs do business. Is the trend here to stay?
Wendy's optimism about its planned national breakfast menu launch caught readers' attention.
Sports stadiums across the country are getting creative to expand their appeal and get fans off the couch and into the stands.
The reach of pumpkin spice has gone beyond Starbucks lattes to prove it’s more than just a fad, but rather a staple of the season.
News of Costco’s worldwide expansion and new products from Kraft Heinz and Kellogg made waves this week.
More than 25% of consumers now use cannabidiol (aka CBD) daily or as-needed, according to Acosta, but many shoppers are still wary of claims and want more information.
Lightlife campaign uses celebrities, humor and honesty to stand out in a growing field of plant-based burgers.
Letting employees use their own smartphones for scheduling, training and other work tasks is gaining popularity with restaurants and retailers, and the practice can boost productivity and retention.
The top food and beverage story on this week's most-clicked list was Amazon’s plan to open a grocery chain by the end of the year.
The idea of convenience has evolved over the years -- what does it mean to today's consumers?
Putting insects on the menu or in everyday food products isn’t exactly new, so what’s fueling the trend and where is it headed?