Fresh Food

The latest developments and top trends in producemeat, seafooddelibakerycheesefloral and specialty and gourmet foods.

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How Will the Supply Chain Affect the Future of Specialty Foods?

"Growth will continue, but at a slower pace than the industry experienced during the 2020 pandemic-influenced whirlwind of grocery shopping and at-home meal preparation," says Denise Purcell of the Specialty Food Association.

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‘Deli and Bakery Are Holding Their Own’

Consumers who want a restaurant-quality experience but a “more economical way of doing that” are finding the answer in their grocer’s deli departments, said Adam Brohimer, president of Category Partners, during a workshop at the IDDBA 2022 show.

While plant-based meals are finding their way into many consumers’ recipe repertoires — especially among younger demographics including millennials and Gen Z — meat still has a firm footing in these generations’ diets. In fact, younger generations increased their consumption of meat, including red meats, over the last year.

The facility will bring produce to about 50 million people within 200 miles, the vertical farming company said.

WGB Executive Editor Christine LaFave Grace talks with Jan DeLyser, vice president of marketing at the California Avocado Commission, about how the avocado market is shaping up this season, what con...

Producer prices for eggs soared 161% year over year and wholesale grain prices spiked 41% in a month that saw wholesale food inflation significantly outpace overall producer price inflation.

While today’s consumers still prioritize taste when making purchasing decisions at the meat counter, research shows grocery shoppers are more interested than ever in knowing where their food comes fro...

What are shoppers purchasing with their burgers and hot dogs? AdAdapted's analysis of shopper list data answers this question and more.

Study finds 40% of today’s shoppers bought meat and/or dairy alternatives within the last six months.

It's a misconception to think that indoor farming is inherently safer, writes FMI's senior director of food and product safety—and retailers need to be aware of indoor farms' unique potential challenges.

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