When it comes to snack and nutrition bars, convenience and taste rank high among what consumers crave, according to a recent article published in Food Technology magazine by the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT).
While children may love them, sugary soft drinks have been removed from the kids’ menu at Burger King in a move that follows similar decisions recently made by McDonald’s and Wendy’s in order to promote healthier options.
A new study from the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity at the University of Connecticut shows that children are eating healthier food at schools and throwing away less since meal standards took effect in 2012, according to USDA.
As part of a global commitment to address consumer expectations and preferences, McDonald’s announced it will begin to only source chicken raised without antibiotics that are important to human medicine.
Products produced by the meat and poultry industry remain a top choice for consumers at retail establishments, according to the tenth annual Power of Meat study published by the Food Marketing Institute and the North American Meat Institute.