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Why do Consumers Eat Plant-based Proteins? Mintel Survey in USA Reveals Taste Tops List

Whether among flexitarians, vegetarians, vegans, or simply consumers who makes healthy-eating choices, the demand for plant-based foods is growing in the United States market – though not entirely for the reasons one might think.

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Boneless vs. Bone-in Chicken Wing Servings: Study Reveals Which is Favorite of Consumers

It’s that time of year, when sports enthusiasts and fellow travelers in North America hunker down indoors to watch games on television and eat chicken wings. Just as fans choose a team, wing enthusiasts choose their preferred type of chicken wing,

Rabobank Issues Promising Poultry Forecast, Although Avian Influenza Concerns Are Rising

Prospects for the global poultry industry in 2018 are promising, with relatively positive fundamentals, according to Rabobank’s Poultry Quarterly Q1 2018 report. But a disciplined supply growth strategy will be needed, especially as uncertainties

Report from Acosta Highlights Top Influencers Driving Traffic to Retail Stores in USA Market

Whether in store or online, shoppers like to have options when it comes to where they purchase their everyday groceries and supplies. Shopping and hopping from store to store go hand-in-hand for today’s consumers in the United States, according to

Thai Rolled Ice Cream and Sustainable Seafood Among ‘What’s Hot’ for Menu Trends in 2018

The Washington, DC-based National Restaurant Association has released its annual survey of 700 professional chefs – members of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) – to predict food and beverage trends at restaurants in the coming year. The

Rabobank’s Animal Protein Outlook for 2018 Sees Continued Rise in Output, Competition

Animal protein production is expanding around the world, and increasing competition – among the species for share of consumer wallet and exporters for access to import destinations – is creating many areas of opportunity for both producers and...

Report Says Ongoing Demand for Convenience Driving Frozen Food Market Growth in Europe

Frozen food sales in Europe are expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of almost 4% during the next four years, according to Technavio, a London-based market research company. Its recently published study on the subject concluded that

Consumers in US Increasingly Skip Breakfast, According to Report Published by Technomic

Americans are skipping breakfast slightly more often now than in 2015, and it comes largely at the expense of at-home breakfast occasions, according to Technomic’s recently released “2017 Breakfast Consumer Trend Report.”

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Rabobank Study Suggests Hard Brexit to Cost United Kingdom Economy £400 Billion by 2030

Leaving the European Union without a trade agreement in hand would cost the United Kingdom economy an estimated £400 billion by 2030, according to new research published by Rabobank, the Utrecht, Holland-headquartered food and agribusiness

Report from Acosta Unveils Cold Hard Facts About Future of Frozen Department in USA

From frozen desserts to appetizers and meals, the frozen food section in United States grocery stores is increasingly a one-stop shop for consumers on the go. Twenty-six percent of total US grocery shoppers are making purchases in the frozen foods...

Report Says Frozen Food Packaging Market Will Rise to $39,000 Million Globally by 2022

According to a report from Future Market Insights (FMI), rising demand for frozen food is projected to generate a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.9% over the 2017-22 forecast period. This should boost the value of packaging in the sector

Shrimp Sales to Surpass $67 Billion by 2017, According to Future Market Insights Report

Demand for shrimp around the world, much of which is marketed in frozen form, is expected to expand at a significant compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the next decade, and the Asia Pacific region excluding Japan (APEJ) is likely to dominate...

Rabobank Reports Trade Dominates Beef Agenda; Poultry Results Strengthen After ‘Perfect Storm’

The global beef industry is going through some major changes relating to trade flows, according to the Rabobank Beef Quarterly Q3 2017 report. Among other developments, Australia’s beef production is on the road to recovery, the US is dominating

Mintel Reports Ice Cream Sales Dip in China, Though Value Rises as Consumers Trade Up

Ice cream remains a popular summertime treat for people around the world, and newly published data from the Mintel market research organization reveals interesting details about consumption of the sweet treat in the PRC. Today, almost half (49%)

Burger Consumption Rebounding in Canada, According to Technomic Consumer Trend Study

Following a drop from 2013 to 2015, burger consumption in Canada is now on the rise as nearly half of Canadians (46%) eat burgers at least weekly, according to Technomic’s 2017 Canadian Burger Consumer Trend Report. Though consumption hasn’t yet

Survey Says USA Chicken Consumption Moderates As Per Capita Intake to Hit 92 Pounds

Americans report their appetite for chicken is still robust, although consumption levels have moderated and returned to those seen a couple of years ago, according to new research presented at the 2017 Chicken Marketing Summit in Asheville, North

United Kingdom’s Health and Safety Executive Endorses BFFF Guidance for Working at Height

Pioneering work by the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) to reduce accidents in the food and drink industry has been endorsed by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in the United Kingdom.

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Summer Travelers Want More Breakfast Occasions and Two-finger Snacks from C-Stores

With 29 percent of American consumers saying they will drive more in June as compared to the previous month (2017 NACS Consumer Fuels), and gas prices in the USA currently at the lowest level for the summertime since 2005, convenience stores are...

UN Agency Reports Rising Shipping Costs Set To Lift Global Food Import Bill Significantly

Despite balanced global food commodity markets, shipping costs and import volumes will lift worldwide import costs to over $1.3 trillion this year, according to a report from the United Nations agriculture agency.

“Global food commodity markets are...

Thai Union Publishes Sustainability Report

Thai Union Group PCL released its annual Sustainability Report on June 5. The 114-page document compares the Bangkok-headquartered seafood company’s achievements from January through December 2016 against key performance indicators, and targets

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