With COVID still very much with us at the beginning of 2021, it’s hard to predict which channel shifts will be most prominent in the baked goods industry in the coming months.
Fermentation plays a key role in the production of many foods and beverages drawn from a variety of categories. But what exactly is it?
A look back, and a look ahead
2020 has been a year like no other, with few if any corners of the economy untouched by COVID-19. The baked goods industry is no exception.
COVID’s impact going forward
Fewer trips to the store. Stocking the pantry with foods that keep longer. Freezing larger quantities for future use.
No time like the holidays for indulgent baked goods
This will be a holiday season like no other. COVID has upended countless aspects of American life, and the fall and winter holidays will be no exception.
Sweet goods: Navigating shifting consumer needs
When times are tough, people crave comfort foods. That’s Food Marketing 101. But during the COVID outbreak, putting that knowledge into practice has proven to be a bit more complicated.
Seasonal indulgence with sweet goods and snacks
It’s been a tough year, and consumers are ready to indulge this holiday season.
Q & A: Whole vs. ancient
Most consumers are familiar with the term “whole grains” and have at least a vague concept of what it means.
Top 5 Reasons to Innovate with Whole and Ancient Grains
Between 2014 and 2018, global food and beverage launches with ancient grains had an average annual growth of 16%.
The importance of freshness and preservation in baked goods
One of the main things consumers look for in baked goods is a fresh-out-of-the-oven experience.
But literally getting a bread or other baked good right out of the oven is tough, unless you bake it yourself or happen to get to the bakery at just the right time.