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Trends in Fresh Food for 2016

The global fresh food market grew by 2 percent in 2015, reaching 2.2 billion tonnes. Home cooking made a return in Western Europe and North America which led to more consumers buying fresher ingredients. Three categories in fresh food performed particularly well in 2015: pulses, fish and seafood and eggs. Conversely, meat continues to […]
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2015 Fresh Food Data: What is it Telling Us

Euromonitor International’s recently published figures look encouraging for the Fresh Food industry. Global sales remain strong, posting 2% volume growth to reach 2.2 billion tonnes in 2015. Overall growth was down from the 3% posted in the previous year, but still pretty much in line with a CAGR of 2.5% achieved over the 2010-2015 review […]
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China’s Raw Lettuce Revolution

China may be the world’s biggest lettuce producer, but the concept of tucking into a bowl of crispy green leaves is still somewhat of a novelty for Chinese consumers, who are used to eating their lettuce cooked rather than raw. However, the rapid expansion of Western-style restaurants across the country is starting to change this.
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United States Faces Food Loss

The issue of food loss, food waste, and the environmental cost of food production edged closer to the forefront of the US public consciousness in 2015. US consumers are becoming increasingly concerned with and aware of the environmental cost of food production, and have begun taking steps to combat waste and lessen the environmental footprint […]
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First Genetically Modified Animal Achieves Regulatory Status by the FDA

http://traffic.libsyn.com/euromonitor/first-gmo-animal-fda-euromonitor.mp3 In mid-November 2015, the FDA in the United States approved the first genetically modified animal for human consumption when a genetically modified salmon achieved regulatory status. The announcement was met with an almost immediate uproar from opponents of genetic modification. In America, genetic modification is generally concentrated within the realm of cash crops such […]
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Potential Impact of Russian Embargo on Turkey

Russian embargo expected to impact on both Turkey and Russia Geopolitical tensions between Russia and Turkey have risen this week after a Russian warplane was shot down by a Turkish fighter jet on Tuesday 24th of November. Russian Prime Minister Medvedev appeared on Thursday 26th of November to toughen his position against Turkey with the government […]
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Global Health and Wellness Trends

Euromonitor International recently published updated health and wellness data, and several trends have emerged from the research. First, global diets are becoming more plant-based than ever before, with vegetables and heritage grains as the focus. Breads, pastas and cereals, which were once losing ground in the market are once again being consumed thanks to […]
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Burgers and Sushi in the Home of Camembert

Cliché or not, France has a reputation for resisting the globalisation of food habits, particularly the Americanisation of these, to perpetuate the myth of a ‘French paradox’ (below average cases of being overweight and having heart disease in spite of its rich gastronomy), and the French remain loyal to traditional ways of eating. Most meals […]
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Fresh Produce Invades Spanish Supermarkets

The corridors of Spanish supermarkets have gone green. They are being loaded with stacks of fresh Mediterranean-style vegetables and mountains of fresh seasonal fruit. Have Spaniards been possessed with a sudden urge to devour fresh food? Far from it, this increasing interest in fresh produce is the response to a widespread movement in the country’s […]
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Doing Business in the Halal Market

Australians love food and are easily inspired by celebrity chefs in the media. They enjoy watching cooking shows such as MasterChef, in its seventh season in 2015. In the January Project Harvest report by Ausveg, 28% of surveyed participants indicated they have purchased a new vegetable after seeing it used on TV or online. A […]
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Trends in Fish and Seafood in Europe

The fish and seafood market in Western Europe shows signs of being on the brink of recovery as the decline of sales is slowing down. Convenience, packaging, distribution, health and wellness trends, education and sustainability represent important factors to tap into this market. This presentation provides an overview of the fish and seafood industry in […]
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Key Takeaways from Agri Asia 2015

Australians love food and are easily inspired by celebrity chefs in the media. They enjoy watching cooking shows such as MasterChef, in its seventh season in 2015. In the January Project Harvest report by Ausveg, 28% of surveyed participants indicated they have purchased a new vegetable after seeing it used on TV or online. A […]
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China Banks on Potatoes for Food Security

Australians love food and are easily inspired by celebrity chefs in the media. They enjoy watching cooking shows such as MasterChef, in its seventh season in 2015. In the January Project Harvest report by Ausveg, 28% of surveyed participants indicated they have purchased a new vegetable after seeing it used on TV or online. A […]
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Eggs: The New Favourite Protein

Australians love food and are easily inspired by celebrity chefs in the media. They enjoy watching cooking shows such as MasterChef, in its seventh season in 2015. In the January Project Harvest report by Ausveg, 28% of surveyed participants indicated they have purchased a new vegetable after seeing it used on TV or online. A […]
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Fruits and Vegetables in Western Europe

Australians love food and are easily inspired by celebrity chefs in the media. They enjoy watching cooking shows such as MasterChef, in its seventh season in 2015. In the January Project Harvest report by Ausveg, 28% of surveyed participants indicated they have purchased a new vegetable after seeing it used on TV or online. A […]
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The Rising Power of Female Consumers

Australians love food and are easily inspired by celebrity chefs in the media. They enjoy watching cooking shows such as MasterChef, in its seventh season in 2015. In the January Project Harvest report by Ausveg, 28% of surveyed participants indicated they have purchased a new vegetable after seeing it used on TV or online. A […]
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