Will King Kale Continue Trending in 2014?

Will King Kale Continue Trending in 2014?

Kale, the dark leafy green most Americans were not even aware of 20 years ago, has become a symbol most identified with nutritious eating in the last few years. Demand has gone up, and in addition to raw kale, grocery … Continue reading

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Q4 Food Spending Down – Good or Bad for Our Health?

Q4 Food Spending Down – Good or Bad for Our Health?

Image via Wikipedia Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! Here’s an interesting piece from the Wall Street Journal, summing up the change in our collective behavior thanks to the recession: Consumers have cut back sharply on food spending, shunning restaurants, opting for … Continue reading

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2009 Food Trends Forecast

2009 Food Trends Forecast

Image via Wikipedia Good morning and happy new year! Another top 10 list, this time from the Star Telegram includes: * Comfort food. * Cooking at home. * Local Food. * New ingredients and “functional foods”. Examples: stevia, low-sodium, detox … Continue reading

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Time Magazine’s Top 10 Food Trends for 2008

Time Magazine’s Top 10 Food Trends for 2008

Time Magazine has published its Top 10 of Everything issue, and the food list is filled with great insights into what we were thinking about this past year. Some of the interesting trends: Recession dining – people are saving on … Continue reading

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American Dietetic Association: Eating Habits Improving Slightly

American Dietetic Association: Eating Habits Improving Slightly

The 2008 American Dietetic Association’s annual Food and Nutrition Expo and Conference is over, and we’d like to end our coverage on a high note. From the survey conducted earlier this year, and presented at the conference, there are some … Continue reading

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