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The buzzword these days is disruption. What was initially used as a term to define technology-enabled services or products that target an established market and eventually move their way up to overtake the market leaders — think Uber — is now a catchall to describe any change or innovation.
I’m very privileged to get to travel this great nation each week and share data and insights about food and beverage consumption trends.
Beyond making foods simpler to prepare or helping Hispanics by reducing the time it takes to prepare ingredients, there are other ways to take those little steps along the path to long-term success.
younger consumers already consume fresh foods at rates higher than older adults did when they were the same age.
The Americans, like the Chinese, Canadians, Australians and various Europeans, are concerned about food delivery services apps.
It’s A Chicken! It’s A Doughnut! It’s A Chicken Doughnut!
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