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African Swine Fever and Global Trade Issues Jointly Changing Pork Market, Says Rabobank

Rising disease pressures are challenging the global pork market, according to the Pork Quarterly Q3 2019 report published in July by Utrecht, Netherlands-headquartered Rabobank. Specifically, African swine fever (ASF) continues to threaten

Report Serves Up 5-Course Menu of Solutions To Meet Future Sustainable Food Requirements

Projecting that global population will rise to nearly 10 billion by 2050, a recently published report by the World Resources Institute (WRI) has concluded that the international food system must undergo major changes to ensure there is adequate

Grubhub Issues ‘State of The Plate’ Report Detailing Top Dining Trends and Forecasts

Grubhub, the USA’s leading online and mobile food-ordering and delivery service with more than 115,000 restaurant partners in over 2,200 cities, released its "State of the Plate" report on June 26. Using data from approximately half a million

Rabobank Global Poultry Third Quarter Report Anticipates Better but Fragile Market Climate

The international poultry industry has experienced a gradually improving market environment during the first half of the current year, and this trend is expected to remain in place over the coming months, according to the Poultry Quarterly Q3 2019

Majority of American Consumers Confused by Nutrition Labels, Says Study from Spoon Guru

Findings from new research published on June 18 reveal that 72% of Americans do not understand the recommended levels of salt, fat and sugar consumption. The statewide health survey by Spoon Guru, which promotes itself as a world leader in AI...

Two Reports Highlight Continued Expansion Of Certified Seafood in Dutch Retail Market

Analysis by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) shows that supermarkets in the Netherlands have further increased their range of responsible seafood offerings. Nearly three-quarters (74%) of frozen,

National Restaurant Association Forecasts Continued Sales Growth Trajectory in USA

The Washington, DC-headquartered National Restaurant Association (NRA) has released its 2019 State of the Restaurant Industry report. It examines significant forces impacting and shaping the restaurant industry including the United States economy,...

Digital Synergy with Supermarkets Increasing, Social Media Activity Still Offers Opportunity

The Lake Success, New York-based Retail Feedback Group (RFG) on April 3 released its 2019 US Supermarket Digital & Social Engagement Study, which reveals that more than six out of ten (63%) of grocery shoppers in the USA interact with their

Though Rising Tariff Clouds Still Hover in US, Retail Imports Pick Up Again as Summer Nears

With tariff increases delayed for the foreseeable future and the busy summer season approaching, imports at the major retail container ports of the United States are beginning to climb again, according to the monthly Global Port Tracker report

Report Says International Frozen Food Market Expected to Generate 5.1% CAGR Through 2023

The global frozen food market is estimated to have been worth about US $219.9 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach a value of nearly US $282.5 billion by 2023, increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.1%. So says a recently

Border Controls in China to Check ASF Outbreak Hit Unofficial Meat Trade, RaboResearch Reports

Stricter border policing in China as a consequence of African swine fever (ASF) is restricting the unofficial meat trade, with flow-on effects being felt in other countries, according to the RaboResearch Beef Quarterly Q1 2019 report recently issued...

NPD Research Says UK Foodservice Visits to Fall As More Consumers Opt for Off-premise Dining

Based on recent NPD research, after reaching its peak of 11.35 billion visits in 2017, the out-of-home or eat-out foodservice market will decline over the next two years in Britain. So says Dominick Allport, insight director for foodservice at the

Almost Half of Canadians Think it’s Healthier To Snack than to Eat Three Large Meals a Day

It seems the traditional three square meals a day are facing an evolution in Canada, as new research from Mintel reveals that 46% of better-for-you (BFY) snackers feel that it is healthier to snack throughout the day than to eat three large meals.

Cornell University Develops Tool to Control Foodborne Pathogens in Processing Plants

New research funded in part by the Arlington, Virginia-based Frozen Food Foundation reveals a possible solution for controlling Listeria monocytogenes (Lm) in food manufacturing facilities. The findings were published in the January 24, 2019 issue

Pork Quarterly Q1 2019: Another Dicey Year, With More Complex Disease and Trade Issues

As 2019 gets under way, animal protein analysts at Rabobank see global growth in pork production and demand in many parts of the world. Yet this is overshadowed by the uncertainty created by complex disease and trade issues, as can be read in the

Lamb Weston/Meijer Sustainability Report Highlights Collaboration with Potato Farmers

Improving soil health becomes a top priority for Kruiningen, Netherlands-headquartered Lamb Weston/Meijer (LW/M). The manufacturer of frozen potato products is intensifying collaboration with the 600 growers in Europe that supply it spuds for

Mintel Survey Says Americans Prefer Exercise Over Healthy Eating, Partly Due to Cost Factor

As Americans look to kick off 2019 on the right foot, it seems this year’s resolutions are more likely to see consumers hitting the gym than improving the quality of their diets.

While folks recognize the importance of a healthy diet, with 60%

NOAA Reports Highlight Landings, Value and Economics of United States Fishing Sectors

It took a while to crunch the numbers, but on December 13, 2018, NOAA Fisheries released Fisheries of the United States, 2017 and Fisheries Economics of the United States, 2016. The first report provides statistics on commercial landings and...

CMC Brands Canada Food Prices 2019 Report ‘Misleading’ for Red Meat Cost Assumptions

The Canadian Meat Council (CMC) is taking issue with part of the recently issued Canada Food Price Report for 2019 – specifically its assumptions that the cost of meat is set to fall because consumers are adopting plant-based diets. CMC says that

Rabobank: Global Food Price Stability in 2019 Threatened by Trade Wars, Disease and El Niño

While the global food price environment remains relatively stable, ongoing geopolitical tension, the threat of El Niño weather system and diseases affecting livestock bring great uncertainty to the outlook for 2019. So says Rabobank in its just

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