The ready-to-drink hard seltzer and cocktail market appeals to consumers’ desire for convenience and portability.
There were few bright spots for the restaurant industry in 2020, but pizza was one of them.
The social media platform has produced a new way for online creators to share food and beverage trends -- and brands -- that can become popular almost instantaneously.
We are living through an unprecedented time in which the pandemic has accelerated, altered or accentuated trends in many spheres of food and beverage culture.
In a time when food and beverage consumers valued essential products, healthy eating, convenience and home-cooked meals, the indoor gardening market was poised for significant growth.
Innovative food companies and delivery platforms took lead roles in the pandemic.
Several long-term shifts have been reshaping the American health and wellness landscape over the past two decades.
There were few bright spots for restaurants in 2020. The subscription model was one of them.
From plant-based to animal-free dairy, substitutes to traditional milk, ice cream and other dairy products have soared in popularity and are expected to continue to grow in the future.
Consumer priorities in food and beverages have shifted toward finding items that signal increased personalization to health and wellness needs and goals.