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Why Does the U.S. Import Soy When It Creates So Much of It?

The United States is one of the world's largest producers of soybeans, with Brazil as its main competition in the field. The U.S. grows some $40 billion worth(...)

Japan Wine Market Offers Growth Potential

Japan may be becoming one of Asia’s most sophisticated wine markets. In 2014, Japan consumed 40.3 million cases of wine, an increase of 4.9 percent from the(...)

Study Explores Feeding Livestock with Insects

The European Commission is studying whether insects would be a viable alternative to animal feed. About 30 percent of farmland is used for growing crops that(...)

Veggies Replace Pasta, Meat on Menus; Poke, Acai on the Rise

In 2016, vegetables, poke, and acai bowls will be in, while pasta increasingly goes out of fashion, according to a report on food trends from foodservice consulting(...)
Summer Show Educational Preview: Straub's Seeks Great-Tasting Food

Summer Show Educational Preview: Straub's Seeks Great-Tasting Food

It is not a good time to be a small, middle-of-the-road food retailer, says Trip Straub, president and CEO of Straub’s Markets, a four-unit chain based in St.(...)
Summer Show Education Preview: Q&A with Drexel University’s Jonathan Deutsch

Summer Show Education Preview: Q&A with Drexel University’s Jonathan Deutsch

Jonathan Deutsch, a Professor of Culinary Arts and Food Science at Drexel University in Philadelphia, is applying culinary solutions in the food industry both(...)
Plant-Based Foods Poised for Growth

Plant-Based Foods Poised for Growth

The market for plant-based dairy and meat alternatives has been expanding, though the market's potential is still uncertain. More people are adopting vegan,(...)
Product Roundup: Savory Yogurts

Product Roundup: Savory Yogurts

Most are familiar with the sweet side of yogurt, whether it’s flavored with fruit or serving as a neutral vehicle for mix-ins like jam or granola. But why(...)
New Food Resources for Consumers

New Food Resources for Consumers

When customers want to learn more about meat and produce while shopping, they have two new resources to help them.  The free MyMeatUp app, created by the North(...)
U.S. Chefs Win Prestigious Bocuse d’Or

U.S. Chefs Win Prestigious Bocuse d’Or

For the first time in its 30-year history, a group of American chefs won the biennial Bocuse d’Or culinary competition—the equivalent of the Olympics for professiona(...)
Are You Ready for Robot Deliveries?

Are You Ready for Robot Deliveries?

Forget drones, there’s another futuristic option for reliable delivery service—rolling robots. Starship Technologies, a London-based startup created by the(...)
Specialty Food Brought to You by… Inmates?

Specialty Food Brought to You by… Inmates?

While serving time in Taiwan prisons, some female inmates are creating specialty food products including high-quality chocolate, kimchi, peanut brittle, and(...)
Brand Simplicity Pays

Brand Simplicity Pays

British food retailer Aldi tops the Brand Simplicity Index for the fourth year running—and that’s a good thing. Siegel+Gale, the global branding company behind(...)
Fine Dining Gurus Go Fast Casual

Fine Dining Gurus Go Fast Casual

Daniel Humm and Will Guidara, partners behind the high-end Eleven Madison Park and NoMad in New York City, are the latest culinary greats moving into the booming(...)
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