It’s a matter of trust. Five food brands made Morning Consult’s first annual list of the Top 25 Most Trusted Brands in America. Participants were asked, “How much do you trust each brand to do what is right?”
Sustainability is becoming more and more important to consumers, and is driving consumer decisions. PepsiCo gets this and has stated that all of its electricity in the U.S. will come from renewable energy sources, like wind and solar, in 2020.
Before we leave January, I wanted to quickly note that Jan 12th was National Hot Tea Day. With this holiday, the Tea Council of the U.S. brought to light some interesting tea facts.
Folks ask me about the state of packaging all the time because I’m a foodie that cares about the planet! Nestle is coming to the table with exciting news as they continue their quest to make 100% of packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025 and achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
New year, new food trends on the horizon! TODAY Food came up with their own list which they believe will be the healthy food trends in 2020. So here goes!
I chat about sustainability here a lot, and now I just want to make y’all aware that Aramark has released our own 2025 Sustainability Plan, Be Well. Do Well. Positively impacting both people and planet are the focus in this plan. How will we do this?
Welcome, 2020! Bonkers that it’s already a new year, and with a new year comes new trends and happenings for us to share with you. Per Innova Market Insights, the No. 1 trend for 2020 will be to tell the story behind food and beverage products.
Per the National Confectioners Association (NCA), more than 90% of Americans say they will gift or share chocolate and candy during the holiday season.
I cannot believe it… we are a whopping 19 days away from the new year! Wondering which food company was #1 in 2019? According to Food Dive, Chobani was the company of the year.
Coffee is a big deal. It is a ritual that should not be messed with! But did you ever think that coffee is life? For some this may be an over-exaggeration, but for the coffee farmers it is an absolute reality.