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.
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Farmers' markets around the US became essential sources of fresh, local food during the pandemic.
Several of this week’s most-clicked stories focus on what restaurants are doing to attract new hires.
Consumer priorities in food and beverages have shifted toward finding items that signal increased personalization to health and wellness needs and goals.
How do the top food and beverage brands dominate the industry? They've invested in consistent branding.
SmartBrief’s food and beverage readers were interested in news about Golden Corral’s buffet, a Pepsi and Peeps collaboration and stories about food retail.
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With demand for convenient and contactless food delivery options on the rise, autonomous delivery vehicles have the potential to be a game-changer for foodservice and food retail.
Retail sales of beer grew in stores and online during the pandemic, with some trends expected to continue in 2021.
This week, the news of Texas Roadhouse founder and CEO Kent Taylor’s death also resonated with SmartBrief food and beverage readers.
From innovative sauces and high-end meats and cheeses to innovative replacements for the traditional bun, Datassential takes a look at the the biggest opportunities for growth in the ever-successful category.
A rise in sesame allergies has caused a stir in the food industry in recent years. How are the government and the food industry responding?
In this Q&A, Idahoan Foods’ Vice President of Retail Marketing and Business Development Ryan Ellis discusses how the company uses product sampling and culinary inspiration to stay connected with consumers.