Modern frozen foods barely resemble the stale T.V. dinners of our childhood. From ultra-clean, organic ingredients to authentic ethnic dishes, new frozen brands are dedicated to offering consumers convenience and health.
Sales of gluten-free products grew 44 percent to $10.5 billion from 2011 to 2013—and they are predicted to increase an additional 48 percent by 2016. These products will satisfy shoppers at every step of the gluten-free transition.
Consumers' increasing taste for sophisticated flavors, simple ingredients and less sugar is blurring the line between the gourmet and natural food categories. That was evident as ever at the Winter Fancy Food Show. Here, we share some of our favorite cross-category finds in line with trends in the natural and organic space.
As we progress in our appreciation of food and our appreciation for how it is produced, where it comes from and who grew it, Eric Pierce argues that we should set aside this expectation of consistency....More
Unilever - which has stated its own mission of creating a more sustainable supply chain through responsible sourcing - would be better off in the long run trying to find a way to either partner with Hampton Creek or at least use its success as inspiration for innovation....More