News that a new federal pandemic stimulus bill does not include specific aid for the foodservice industry also caught readers’ attention.
Social distancing, touchless technology and a focus on transparency will continue to drive the way we live our lives and the way we shop in the coming year, according to Acosta’s Colin Stewart.
Many of the habits developed this year will continue into the year ahead, while new trends will pop up as consumers get back to normal.
Individually packaged food and beverage items can serve as convenient building blocks for grab-and-go meals that meet USDA meal pattern requirements and reduce food waste.
Consumers are undoubtedly drinking more alcohol amid the pandemic and it's creating a wave of changes for food retailers and restaurants.
In this interview, nutrition and media communication consultant Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RDN, LD, discusses how nutrition professionals can help dispel myths “in a time of fake facts and harmful trends.”
The pandemic put a focus on already growing quickserve drive-thru operations.
Hotels, airlines and trains have embraced technology to address traveler concerns during the coronavirus pandemic
SmartBrief's food and beverage readers were drawn to restaurant news this week, as well as culinary news focused on Thanksgiving.
To keep up with the surge in at-home food and beverage consumption, the agriculture industry has utilized tech tools to maintain robust, sustainable supply chains during COVID-19.
In this interview, Acosta Senior Manager of Business Intelligence Christina Davis explains the findings of Acosta’s report “The Mobile-ization of Grocery Shopping,” including how retailers can make the shopping experience more mobile
This week, food and beverage readers were also drawn in by Thanksgiving cooking and how food retailers have protected employees and shoppers during the pandemic.
From alternative dairy products to new cheese and yogurt options, innovation in the dairy industry is booming.
Conveniences and comfort food options were all available before COVID-19, but they’ve surged in use and popularity as the pandemic changed everything.
News that Inspire Brands is buying Dunkin' was one of several restaurant acquisition updates that made headlines this week.