The Kroger Co, America's largest grocery retailer, has announced the top 10 trending foods of 2020, as well as its food trend predictions for 2021.
Following one of the bleakest years in memory, Pantone has announced its 2021 colour of the year. And it’s not one but two colours, designed to create the sensation of a fresh sunrise over rocky terrain.
A year like no other! In 2020 we’ve been brought together by a collective pause and reset to our daily lives. As the year draws to a close, there’s a strong sense that life has forever changed. Some insights from upmarket UK food retailer, Waitrose in its annual trends report.
Generation Z consumers are more concerned about the sustainability credentials of food and beverage products than Boomers, and find vegetarian and vegan products more appealing, new research shows.
As 2020 winds down, food and beverage industry observers are forecasting what trends will drive change in 2021. America's trend-setting Whole Foods Market has released its predictions of ten trends that will matter in 2021.
Red is set to shake up the food and beverage industry in 2021 thanks to its ability to spark powerful emotions, according to the GNT Group, supplier of EXBERRY food colourants.
Authoritative London-based trends think-tank, New Nutrition Business, has released its annual Ten Key Trends report for 2021. Here are some trend insights from this brilliantly perceptive and practical document.
Healthy living and wellbeing trends have been around for several years, but the definition of what health actually means has changed consumer priorities and needs, especially during the global pandemic. Enjoy this FREE Euromonitor on-demand webinar!
The global retail sector is in an unprecedented state of flux and as the end of the year approaches, Nielsen has identified a range of evolving consumer groups as well as four Holiday/Festive consumer behavioural resets related to this crucial holiday period.
Transparency emerges as a clear winner in Innova Market Insights’ Top Ten Trends for 2021, with brands upping their game to meet evolving ethical, environmental and clean label consumer demands.
There are four big food and drink trends likely to explode next year — spurred on by the pandemic — which seem unlikely candidates at first glance, but they offer reliable, practical market solutions to an industry which has suffered under Covid-19 and is ready for a little disruption.
Since 2009, the global growth of the snack food industry has consistently outpaced the rest of packaged food categories. Will this performance persist after the pandemic?
Authenticity is a key part of the storytelling process in food and beverage development - 27% of those who want to know the stories behind their food and drink say the story makes a product more real and genuine.
A heightened focus on health is reshuffling the hierarchy of consumer priorities. In the wake of a global pandemic, consumers are putting more stock in medically and scientifically endorsed offerings, reports Wunderman Thompson Intelligence.
Meal kits have had a roller coaster history, whether purchased in-store or by subscription. The recent boom went south before the Covid-19 pandemic which suddenly restored interest — as this article outlines, the only certain thing about meal kits, it seems, is their uncertain future.
Many consumers are concerned about the environmental and ethical issues impacting on today’s world. A new report from Innova Market Insights analyses how these issues rank in importance for people.