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Culinary Trend Tracking Series

 

KNOWLEDGE.

When you work in the fast-paced, ever-changing world of foodservice and food retailing, keeping abreast of the most current industry trends can be a real challenge. The Culinary Trend Tracking Series (CuTTS) from leading food & beverage market research publisher Packaged Facts helps food industry professionals like you meet that challenge with a deep-dive into the latest food, beverage and ingredient trends. Each issue will help you:

  • Identify new opportunities in menu offerings and packaged food & beverages through a comprehensive review of key ingredients.
  • Analyze major consumer drivers, including sustainability, food authenticity, health & wellness, craft/artisan appeal, bold flavor cravings, and flavor tourism.
  • Understand how emerging food trends fit strategically into your organization and how you can use them to create new opportunities.
  • Track trends in foodservice and food retailing, focusing on current menu mentions, retailing product spotlights, and penetration.

 

PRODUCTS.

Published every other month, each issue in our Culinary Trend Tracking Series (CuTTS) goes beyond the traditional food-spotting paradigm and vets a select set of food, beverage, and ingredient trends to help you identify new business opportunities. Through CuTTS' in-depth analysis of these current and emerging trends, you can focus on the opportunities that will better position you and your organization in the highly competitive food and beverage landscape.

For more information on our current and upcoming issues, click the report cover images below.

South American Flavors
Proteins: Classic, Alternatives and Exotic Sources
Fermented Artisanal Food

 

SUBSCRIPTION.

Want to be certain that you are always up-to-date on the hottest current and emerging trends? With a 12-month subscription to CuTTS, you can build a comprehensive library of analysis in the most cost-effective manner.

 

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