Audrey Altmann is a food and beverage editor at SmartBrief where she writes and edits content about the consumer packaged goods, beverage, agriculture, foodservice and school nutrition industries.
Shoppers are looking for snacks and beverages with ingredients that promote health and wellness, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
For the fifth week in a row, SmartBrief’s food and beverage readers were drawn to stories about how companies are responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus-related concerns in the food and beverage industry have continued to be top-of-mind for SmartBrief readers this week.
What solutions are CPG manufacturers turning to for reducing, reusing and recycling food and beverage packaging?
This week’s list of most-clicked stories by SmartBrief’s food-and-beverage readers was topped with Cracker Barrel’s plans to update its menu and the reveal of Amazon’s cashierless Seattle grocery.
Executives from General Mills and Land O’Lakes Truterra share what their companies are doing to build robust, sustainable and profitable agricultural supply chains.
This week’s most-clicked list includes stories about restaurant chains’ pitfalls and successes, high-performing CPG items and new foodservice equipment in schools.
Food producers and chain restaurants entered several new categories in 2019 by debuting co-branded products, such as Twinkies cereal, Stuffed Cheez-Its Pizza and Starburst-flavored yogurt.
Food options for both ketogenic and flexitarian diets exploded this year following the rise of consumer demand for more healthy choices as well as food produced sustainably.
This week, a proposed federal bill on restaurant closures piqued the interest of food and beverage readers.