Consumers are increasingly open to trying plant-based meat alternatives as more brands vie for their attention.
Leisure travel is picking up again, but businesses are reconsidering their travel plans, with airlines and hotels watching closely for signs of what is to come.
Whole Foods Market's 2022 food trends forecast and Del Taco's labor shortage adjustments also drew in readers.
Desserts are eaten more than consumers admit, and they’re gravitating toward global, vegan options.
Turkey’s mild flavor and wide appeal make it an extremely versatile protein for K-12 foodservice, meaning schools can put turkey on the menu no matter what other ingredients might be available.
Many Americans are laying off the alcohol and favoring more functional beverages.
This week, news from Walmart, Hershey and BurgerFi also caught the attention of readers.
Convenience, cravings, finances and health concerns are factors driving pandemic-era food choices.
SmartBrief food and beverage readers had a sweet tooth this week, with several of the most clicked stories focusing on baked goods and desserts.
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Food retailers introduce consumers to new technology tools and improve established systems through robotics and automation.
SmartBrief food and beverage readers were also drawn in by McDonald’s COVID-19 vaccination preparations.
Home cooking skills and preferences developed during the pandemic are on track to drive specialty food trends over the next year.
Restaurant Brands International aims to reach net-zero emissions in less than 30 years.
As consumers increasingly choose delivery and have more positive experiences with ghost kitchens, there is potential for these virtual brands to become a permanent part of the restaurant landscape.