The current economy — supply chain issues, rising costs and overall uncertainty — has consumers looking to cut expenses wherever possible.
It is no surprise with the current state of the economy, generations are responding differently.
The diversity of consumers who are interested in plant based foods presents a challenge to product developers who have many potential consumers and priorities to satisfy.
Eating meat is the norm in 2022, with 74% of the population describing themselves as meat-eaters.
Consumer behaviours are changing in the meat industry.
Host Jennifer Kulzer, Sr. Digital Marketing Manager, Corbion, discusses which consumer purchasing trends are happening in 2022 with guest Anne-Marie Roerink, President 210 Analytics.
The year 2021 tested our patience. It was a year of restrictions — coming, going, returning and for some, resisting — that made consumers expect more out of everything, including food.
The concept of building better food involves the use of trusted ingredient technologies provided by Mother Nature.
We live in a world where consumers seek out varied product attributes up and down the food supply chain.
The most often cited definition for sustainable development comes from the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development.