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How could technology change the way we eat?
Food Navigator
Technology and digital media influence the taste, appearance and experience of food more than ever before, says Mandy Saven, head of food, beverage and hospitality at innovation and trends consultancy Stylus.
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8 factors that could predict 'next big thing' in the food and beverage industry
Food Navigator-USA
Pressure to launch new products that meet consumers' rapidly shifting interest in natural and organic foods and beverages from conventional products is reducing the time manufacturers have to distinguish between short-term fads and long-term trends with staying power, according to an industry expert.
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Disrupt or die: Big Food is at a crossroads, says Hartman Strategy
Food Navigator-USA
While "legacy" food and beverage brands are laser focused on price, promotion and placement, no amount of financial clout or merchandising wizardry can mask the fact that smaller, sexier, more disruptive, brands are outpacing them. But are CPG's biggest guns flogging dead donkeys or can their brands be salvaged?
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Leveraging the growing influence of the male food shopper
CPGmatters
How and where Americans shop for food is changing dramatically with more men steering their baskets down grocery aisles. Their shopping preferences and habits provide cues for food and beverage marketers.
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New food safety protocols published for reusable grocery containers
Food Safety News
The Reusable Packaging Association has issued comprehensive, science-based protocols for the use of grocery containers for produce, while at the same time maintaining that no documented food safety issues have arisen related to their use.
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Food preservatives market expected to top $2.5 billion by 2020
WhaTech
Increased business related to food products has led to the need to adopt food spoilage prevention and reduction techniques, which in turn is driving growth in the food preservatives market.
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Advocates, states take a bite out of school nutrition law
U.S. News & World Report
The days of mystery meat and soda-dispensing vending machines may be gone, but that doesn't mean that the new era of school meals and snacks hasn't come without its own challenges.
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As tastes change, big food makers try hipster guises
The Associated Press via Seacoastonline.com
Major companies are testing whether it would pay to tuck away their world-famous logos in favor of more hipster guises. The stealth efforts reflect the pressures on the country's biggest food makers, which are contending with the surging popularity of smaller brands that position themselves as decidedly less corporate.
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FSIS targets 'Big 8' food allergens; new inspections on the way
USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service
In a memo to inspectors, the Food Safety and Inspection Service takes aim at the eight most common food allergens, outlining a new monthly verification task that will launch in April to determine whether food producers accurately control and label the "Big 8" allergens.
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