The rapid increase in demand for online grocery and the boom in home cooking are squarely aligned with what our team of food experts have been seeing firsthand, both early last year and later accelerated by the pandemic,” said Scott Crawford, Chief Merchandising Officer, FreshDirect.
A greater assortment of mushrooms, immunity boosting fruits and vegetables, and more leafy greens are all on the menu, according to Technomic.
ProduceIQ is bringing a bonus gift in addition to its weekly market highlights: a look to 2021, analyzing the "new normal" of 2020, and the challenges/opportunities expected to persist in in the coming months.
From no-cry onions to in-store hydroponic farms to plant-based coatings like Apeel that extend the shelf life of produce, shoppers will see more innovative solutions launch in the coming year to help keep their favorite fruits and vegetables at the peak of freshness longer.
Consumers will be looking for more exotic spices, keto foods, and local retail options in 2021, according to San Francisco-based Instacart.
Maybe, during a pandemic, a health message can resonate in foodservice like it is in retail.
The insightful list is a mix carefully curated everyday items and wacky things no one but the trendiest of foodies has ever heard of (think of last year’s tiger nut flour.)
Ever tried fruit or veggie jerky? It's a top trend for 2021, according to Whole Foods Market.
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CINCINNATI, Jan. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Kroger, BB #:100073 America’s favorite grocer, announced today its top …