With about 100 million Americans watching their diets, weight loss and healthy eating continue to remain a factor in consumers’ minds, but the traditional views of dieting and weight management are shifting according to new market research by Packaged Facts.
With the US meat market projected to grow throughout the next few years because of the rise in popularity of private label and frozen products, brands will need to establish themselves as reliable and trustworthy, according to a new report from Canadean.
With consumers demanding more from their foods than just good flavor and feeling full, more Americans are introducing foods into their diets that they believe will inject them with benefits that go beyond basic nutrition.
In her keynote speech delivered this week at the Dairy Forum 2015, Connie Tipton, president and CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association, shared her vision of the dairy landscape through 2020 and called for an industry-wide collaboration on policy and regulatory changes that are needed to spur innovation and meet growing demand across global markets.
While the portfolio of products offered by the Kellogg Company may already be on many breakfast tables across the country, the company has launched “Open For Breakfast” to tell its story and have conversations with people about what they care about – sharing facts and figures, and visuals and videos featuring Kellogg employees, partners, nutritionists and consumers.
More than just a fad, the gluten-free market is showing it’s here to stay, according to a recent research by Packaged Facts which says the sales of gluten-free foods posted a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34 percent over the five-year period.
In the food industry, it’s sometimes better dig up the past than deliver something new. At least, that was the thinking behind a recent move by Post Foods which became the latest manufacturer to capitalize on an ongoing trend to revive discontinued products.
Often dismissed as a boring packaged food category with minimal growth, popcorn is primed for a comeback and has burst back to life, transforming the US food industry, according to a new report from Rabobank called “The Popcorn Blockbuster.”