Higher food prices aren’t going away anytime soon given the array of interrelated factors that has led to inflation in both the category and the economy in general, although some are hopeful that the rise will at least level off, if not taper off, in the second half of 2022.
The Economic Research Service (ERS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that consumer food prices (for food consumed at home and away from home) were up 0.8% from August to September, and up 4.6% from the pre…
An overview of insights shared at the 2024 Gulfood Inspire conference in Dubai.
An infographic describing consumers’ perceptions of climate-friendly grocery purchases.
Innovations, research, and insights in food science, product development, and consumer trends.
Ongoing financial concerns will affect what, when, and where America eats in 2024, with consumers opting more often for multi-functional foods, frequent snacking, and easy-to-prepare meals.