As more people enjoy eating breakfast at home during the pandemic, CPG companies have created new products to meet the varying needs of consumers.
Read the stories that resonated with most of SmartBrief's food-and-beverage readers this week.
With vaccination programs ramping up globally, including the planned distribution of 150 million doses across the US, travelers, airlines and hotels are looking forward to a better year ahead.
New plant-based seafood products and brands are gaining momentum with a focus on sustainability.
SmartBrief food and beverage readers were hungry for a look at Jimmy John’s new logo, which the sandwich chain recently revealed as part of a brand refresh.
Vitamin and supplement sales have been on the rise since the pandemic started. Will the category momentum continue?
Industry experts from White Castle, The Kroger Co. and Datassental discuss the plant-based trend and whether it’s here to stay.
News from McDonald's, Trader Joe's and several CPG companies interested SmartBrief readers this week.
The pandemic-era surge in online shopping has also fueled growth of subscription services offering safe regular deliveries.
Rather than set unrealistic goals of returning to business as usual, restaurateurs would be wise to focus on making off-premises sales a sustainable part of their business for the foreseeable future, a panel of independent restaurant operators said.
Cracker Barrel’s menu innovations and the sale of Nestle’s bottled water division were also popular with SmartBrief’s food and beverage readers this week.
Despite indulging more in restaurant takeout, delivery and home-shipped meal kits during the pandemic, consumers are more focused than ever on reducing waste and their impact on the environment.
Turkey can be a powerful tool for school foodservice operators when it comes to creating meals that offer balanced nutrition and exciting tastes that appeal to students.
The news that the Senate approved a budget amendment that would create a $25 billion restaurant rescue grant program won readers this week.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues into 2021, consumers are looking for food and beverage options that meet varying experiences.