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An NPD Group study shows that, New Years resolutions notwithstanding, Americans dont opt for pound-shedding strategies until swimsuit time.
NPD Group's triennial Kitchen Audit finds foods that require no cooking.'
Only a small percentage of homemakers rate their cooking skills as excellent in NPD Group's 2011 Kitchen Audit.
NPD Group notes demographic and behavior changes in how people eat.
New NPD Group research finds less interest in positively 'altered' foods, growing concern over GMOs.
The American Egg Board, Egg Nutrition Center, NPD Group and Research Chef Walter Zuromski compiled a list of the top egg trends for 2013.
Shoppers are only somewhat or slightly concerned about the safety of the U.S. food supply despite frequent food safety outbreaks, reports NPD.
Time-pressed meal preparers are reaching for meal kits, pre-cooked and pre-cut items and other shortcuts to make a 'home-cooked meal' in less time.
At the recent IFT Show in Orlando, trend-watchers mused on car windows as appliances and the death of the stove.
Consumers are getting the whole-grain message, but have trouble finding these wholesome products when they dine out.
Move over millennials, this up-and-coming 24/7 generation is coming of age. Growing up in a digital world, this group favors robust, sustainable, creative flavors and innovative mashups.
Dieting is on the wane, obsession with weight loss could be over. Weight management is linked to healthy eating.
The healthier food revolution is extending to organic foods and beverages. Some believe the upswing in organics is leveling off, but more processors and retailers are entering the fray.
Public confidence in the U.S. is unshaken -- so far
Trends you can take to the bank; trendlets can take you somewhere, according to Diane Toops in her monthly column in Food Processing.
Frozen food convenience and advanced technology resonate with consumers, even post-recession.
The ongoing economic downturn has spawned a new breed of consumer, downturn shoppers, who are continuing and extending their frugal practices, significantly impacting when, where and how they purchase consumer packaged goods.
Anticipating and acting on trends can make or break a company. It pays to know which ones are still in the game and which are emerging.
Whether it's microwavable bowls or replacement snacking, mid-day meals are changing, but there are opportunities to provide portable, convenient, even grab-and-go items that are not only tasty but healthy.
Food developers are finding what's ancient is new again in heirloom grains like pinole, spelt, teff and quinoa. The surge in quinoa-containing food products is especially gaining momentum, but others prized for flavor and nutrition acts as hip and healthy swaps for rice and pasta.
Will the category's 'quality copy-cat' reputation hold up after the recession?
According to studies, men in the U.S. need to take better care of their health. We look at how manufacturers can help by formulating with vitamins and minerals, fiber and lean protein to fight heart disease, diabetes, cancer and more.
America's food demographics, like its melting pot, continue to change. Our lifestyles, culture and eating habits are increasingly more multicultural and diverse. We uncover new demographic data on some of the changes in taking place in the U.S. with regard to food.
As international and global cuisines become more prevalent, they sky's the limit on these food enhancements, and product developers are reaping the benefits.