Lessons of a Michigan billboard- Featured
At the beginning of April, the town of Bridgman, MI, in the southwestern part of the state, on the shores of Lake Michigan, is sleepily waking up for the tourist season.
A reason to buy less produce- Analysis
Horse breeder Muriel Bing makes it sound exotic: “It is normal to enjoy strolling through the isles of the supermarket.” Her comment is in response to a recent Internet article reminding us that “grocery shopping doesn’t have to suck” and she probably meant “aisles.”
Looking Ahead to 2023: Increasing consumption- Produce Blueprints
Much attention has been given to how to increase fruit and vegetable consumption. It’s not a new problem but a recurring issue, despite the efforts of many.
The ‘just don’t feel like it’ factor- Analysis
My colleague Pamela Riemenschneider is understandably excited about her new pair of Nikes featuring dragonfruit. But then I think back on my own experience with dragonfruit.
Juice Plus+: produce, though not exactly fresh- Analysis
Juice Plus+ is a product composed of capsules of highly concentrated fruit and vegetable powder. Since you just swallow them with water, like any other capsules, flavor is irrelevant.
That unopened bag of baby carrots- Analysis
Bad news for the produce industry in The New Yorker of October 10, 2022.
PBH’s latest consumer research, ‘Hacks to Habits’ aims to close consumption gap- General News
The Produce for Better Health Foundation today released its latest research report: Hacks To Habits: A Behavioral Research Study To Bolster Fruit & Vegetable Consumption.
PBH releases annual report showing path to improve consumption- General News
The Produce For Better Health Foundation released its 2021 Annual Report showcasing the organization’s key accomplishments and results obtained throughout the year.
How to encourage a produce habit- Analysis
American consumers are not in the habit of eating many fruits and vegetables. That has to change.
Produce prices prove to be elastic- Analysis
Inflation rates have hit a year-over-year rate of 7.5 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is a 40-year high. How have substantial price rises affected fresh produce demand over the past year?