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It’s that time of year when I gather and review all of the food and beverage and foodservice research we’ve conducted over the past year and begin compiling the next annual edition of Eating Patterns in America.
I sometimes feel in the minority of men when it comes to grocery shopping because I actually don’t mind the task.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration started a public process to redefine the “healthy” nutrient content claim for food labeling.
I’m often asked if non-GMO is a passing fad or engrained behavior, and given how often I’ve been asked this over the years I’m going with the latter.
In a world of uncertainty, one thing is certain in 2017: America will eat! But how and where people source meals and the attributes that will win share of wallet are ever-changing. Here are five overarching trends to watch in 2017.
Is it Time for Innovation in the Yogurt Category?
I don’t mean to harp on meal delivery kits in my posts but I keep finding new areas of discussion as I continue to use them!
“There’s a war on sugar – not candy”
It’s A Chicken! It’s A Doughnut! It’s A Chicken Doughnut!
- Black Panther: The Newest Hit in the Toy Aisle
- Categories Shifting Online
- Watch Out World, Here Come the Zs!
- The NPD Group Debuts B2B Software and Cloud Tracking Service
- 8 Retail Trends Through a Millennial Lens
- David Meer Joins NPD as Senior Vice President, Analytic Solutions Research and Development
- Post-Toy Fair Blues