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The New York Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that it would not reinstate New York City’s portion cap rule, passed in 2012 that sought to limit the sale of sugar-sweetened drinks, like soda, to no more than 16 ounces.
Lentils top the list, but consumers are showing growing concern for gut and digestive health.
As the digital age continues to push consumers’ dependence on technology, researchers say the online grocery shopping is likely to grow.
The lust for bacon is growing among foodies and everyday consumers alike, though pork will have to share some of the spotlight.
Deloitte’s American Pantry Study says consumers aren’t ready to forget the past, and their conservative shopping habits prove it.
With an emphasis on staying healthy, results of a recent study revealed 60 percent of Americans say they monitor or restrict the consumption of at least one nutritional component in their diet.
A survey of protein purchasers in food service revealed beef continues to be a frontrunner in the industry in terms of volume, market share and dollars it brings to operations.
A new consumer survey issued by the international Food Information Council Foundation reveled a majority of American’s support FDA’s current policy of voluntary labeling for foods containing genetically modified ingredients.
A growing number of food and beverage manufacturers are listening to consumers who support the removal of high fructose corn syrup by changing recipes to remove the sweetener.
Madinah Allen of Snyder’s-Lance, Inc. talks trends and innovations within the baking and snack industry.