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The economic downturn results in changing consumer mood and behavior.
The opportunity lies in maintaining taste and offering real product improvement while also remaining true to your product category.
Even when general health attitudes are similar, age demographics signal a greater willingness to act on diet choices.
An opportunity like Generation Y hasnt been dealt to marketers since the baby boom hit.
In spite of all the press and the studies and the looming health issues, it appears parents are just not that concerned about childhood obesity.
Consumers believe food can enhance health but they are not consuming functional foods as a cure for particular health concerns.
For baby boomers, the fountain of youth could be a beverage, or a bowl of cereal or a cup of yogurt ... but theyre not going gentle into that good night.
Worried consumers cut back on luxuries and convenience foods.
Shoppers seek the benefit of the benefit in health and wellness, according to Diane Toops in this month's Toops Scoops column.
In a difficult year, new ingredients and technologies still manage to shine in Food Technologists annual show.
Wellness is no longer about reducing risk factors, but about bringing about a better quality of life, we heard at the IFT Show.