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Children’s Food and Beverage Market to Continue Growth Through 2027

When it comes to purchasing food, taste is the number one priority for most consumers. For parents, their children’s willingness to eat a given food is a close second. Compared to all consumers, parents are more likely to prioritize food characteristics that provide a health halo such as high protein, unsaturated fats, clean label, low sugar, and non-GMO. Parents tend to be more health-conscious and choosy about foods for their kids and themselves.

Products free from common allergens – such as nuts, dairy, and eggs...

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Jan 27 8:36 AM, General News



Key Drivers and Trends in the Dairy and Egg Alternatives Market

Plant-based dairy and egg products include alternatives to dairy or eggs that attempt to replicate the flavor, function, and/or texture of these products with plant proteins. These products often use terms such as:

  • plant-based dairy/egg
  • vegetarian/vegan dairy/egg
  • dairy-free dairy/eggless egg
  • dairy/egg alternative
  • words that make slight changes to the name of the product they are imitating (e.g., chedd’r, mylk)
  • the plant-based ingredient along with the conventional product name (e.g., almond milk, cashew cream cheese)

According to Packaged Facts’ new...

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Nov 16 8:33 AM, General News


Consumer Insights on Shopping & Dining Habits, 2020-2022

Shopping & Dining Consumer Insights

Shopping and dining habits of consumers have changed for many since March 2020, the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic Era in the U.S. In some cases, it was an acceleration of existing trends, but in others it prompted major changes. For many consumers, these habits have at least some level of “stickiness” as they have continued in these habits two years after the start of the pandemic.

Shopping and dining activity are core to many consumer-related industries, from the production of food, beverages, and wide variety...

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Oct 28 8:00 AM, General News


More Consumers Are Turning to Plant-Forward Diets Reports Packaged Facts

Beginning in 2020 and continuing through 2022, the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant effect on consumer habits. Packaged Facts' May 2022 National Online Consumer Survey indicated that 30% of consumers were still eating more fresh produce than they did pre-pandemic.

Even before the COVID-19 outbreak, increasing concerns about health, animal welfare, and the environment have led more consumers to turn to plant-forward diets

The pandemic has expanded interest in healthy eating and lifestyles, and in turn 

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Aug 2 8:10 AM, General News


4 Major Trends in Food Carryout and Delivery

Many consumers have reported using more food carryout and delivery compared to pre-pandemic behavior. In 2021, U.S. food carryout and delivery sales reached $694 billion due in part to the impact of the pandemic, which helped drive the demand for convenient foods eaten at home, as detailed in Food Carryout and Delivery in the U.S., 2nd Edition by Packaged Facts. The report describes a variety of unique food delivery and carryout trends to watch, including those highlighted below.

1. Continued Elevated Use Of Food Carryout And Delivery
Food carryout and...

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May 26 8:00 AM, General News


Consumer and Corporate Food Gifting Market Rises to $33 Billion

The U.S. food and beverage industry has been impacted heavily by COVID-19. In 2020 and 2021, more people were staying at home and not gathering as much in person. Food gifts have been a good gift to send directly to people who are staying at home because they are practical, easy to ship, comforting, and a good way to send treats to someone who cannot be visited in person. Corporate gifting has also increased rapidly during the pandemic as more employers have canceled in-person holiday parties and...

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Mar 7 8:00 AM, General News







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