Whether it’s wanting healthier versions of classic dishes and snack foods or searching for grocery items that cater to particular dietary needs, the quest for a healthier lifestyle is pervading the food industry in full force.
This week, news of some eateries being allowed to open again and of strong financial results for food manufacturers grabbed readers’ attention.
Off-premise foodservice is on the rise, and labels can make grab-and-go meals even more convenient by offering customers nutrition and ingredient info up front.
Shifts in consumer shopping behavior brought on by the coronavirus pandemic are creating what could be lasting changes in CPG and food retail.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the airline, cruise and hotel industries, possibly forever.
Grocery shopping during and after the pandemic proved a popular topic with readers.
Shoppers are looking for snacks and beverages with ingredients that promote health and wellness, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
With dining rooms temporarily shut down by the coronavirus pandemic, many restaurants are putting more thought into the food they offer for off-premises dining.
SmartBrief’s food and beverage readers were drawn in by stories of how the industry is reacting and adjusting to the new normal.
US grocery shoppers are highly concerned about the coronavirus pandemic.
The popularity of plant-based foods was on the rise before the pandemic, and many in the industry see potential for further growth.
For the fifth week in a row, SmartBrief’s food and beverage readers were drawn to stories about how companies are responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
During this time of need, it’s only becoming more crucial to consider not just patients’ wants in terms of food and beverage offerings, but also re-assess what health care operators need from suppliers in order to weather this storm.
Coronavirus-related food world stories grabbed readers' attention this week.
Chefs no longer stop at sweet when developing desserts. For its new Zoe’s Crush cookie, Sweet Street incorporated miso and other umami-boosters for a complex treat.