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Grass-Fed Beef Faces a Few Bumps in the Road

At a time when the US beef market is struggling with declining volumes and consumers are starting to care increasingly about ethics, sustainability, animal welfare and nutrition, differentiation offers a way forward for beef producers. The emergence of grass-fed beef is a clear manifestation of this trend. However, before grass-fed has any chance of becoming […]
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Competing to Feed Asia

Population growth and increasing incomes, which have in turn led to changes in diet, have given rise to one of the world’s greatest challenges – and biggest opportunities – feeding Asia. Demographics and Income Drive Demand The population of Asia-Pacific has grown by more than 1 billion in the past 25 years – equivalent to […]
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Euromonitor to Speak at World Food Moscow 2014

Date: September 15-18, 2014 Location: Expocentre, Moscow, Russia Presentation: September 17, 2014 Speaker: Georgij Grebinskij, Research Analyst at Euromonitor International Topic:  Confectionary market overview in Russia and Europe About the event:Over the last 20 years, World Food Moscow has grown to become a major meeting place for the food and drinks industry and a vibrant source of products for the Russian […]
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Gluten-Free Mania to Liven Up Fresh Food

Gluten-free eating is taking the world by storm. But it is not just all about gluten-free pasta, bread and biscuits. Exciting new opportunities are also emerging for fresh food, including starchy roots, vegetables and pulses. The new generation of gluten-free consumers is really not that difficult to cater for as it cares less about purity […]
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India’s Mango Crisis Deepens

The EU has banned Indian mango imports, upsetting not only the Indian mango industry but also UK importers and retailers. With sufficient effort and collaboration, the ban may yet be reversed before its expiration date at the end of 2015, but India’s mango woes go much further than that. Other export markets may decide to […]
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‘Ugly Fruit’ and Other Fashionable Consumer Thrift Solutions

Collaborative consumption, also known as the sharing economy, has become something of a buzzword. However, the habit of selling on, buying pre-owned products, pooling resources, or renting something for a fixed period rather than buying it outright, is already commonplace among post-recessionary consumers. In mid-2014, the global consumer adeptness at thrift continues, as do creative green-tinged […]
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Pesticide Free: The New “Economy” Organic

Organic may deliver the full package, but not all health-conscious consumers want to go as far as considering the full environmental impact of the food they buy. Many just want food that is free from pesticide residues, and, above all, affordable. Pesticide residue-free fresh produce fills this niche very nicely, and it could well become […]
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Nutrition Podcast Series: High-Protein Market Booming Globally, Creating Risk for Oversaturation

with Diana Cowland – Health and Wellness Analyst and Lauren Bandy – Ingredients Analyst High-protein food and drinks are booming globally, with protein bars alone worth more than US$840 million in 2013. Companies are jumping on the high-protein bandwagon with products such as egg white crisps, high protein ice cream and even high protein beer. With […]
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Euromonitor to Speak at VIV Europe 2014

VIV Europe 2014 Date: 20-22 May 2014 Location: Utrecht, Netherlands Presentation: Tuesday 20 May at 11.10 am CET, Opening Conference Anastasia Alieva, Head of Fresh Food Research at Euromonitor International, will offer a presentation on the global fresh meat, seafood and egg market with a special focus on Western Europe. The presentation will highlight current […]
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Blueberries the Most Dynamic Fruit in 2013

Blueberries’ exceptional consumer appeal made them the fastest-growing fruit of 2013, and there is no end in sight for their ardent growth trajectory. Blueberries have a number of coveted characteristics which make them superior to other types of fruit, including a good shelf life, convenience and superfruit status. Strawberries, cherries and grapes may, to date, […]
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Fresh Food Consumption Around the World

Download as pdf Fresh food volume consumption during 2013 was among the strongest in the emerging markets of Asia Pacific and Eastern Europe. In both regions there remained an abundance of fresh produce as well as a persistently strong culture of home-cooking and eating fresh food. By contrast, fresh food consumption in Western Europe and […]
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Why Buy Organic?

In recent years, growing numbers of studies and reports have claimed to prove that organically grown foods are no better for you than conventional produce. Since there are colliding interests at work, it is difficult to find an informed and non-ideological debate about the health and environmental benefits of organic and GM foods. A study […]
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