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Cornell study finds online grocery baskets have less produce than in-store carts

- General News
Online grocery carts tend to include less variety and fewer fruits and vegetables than those in a trip to a brick-and-mortar supermarket – but online shoppers are less susceptible to unhealthy impulse buys, a new Cornell study has found.

Research shows grape consumption benefits eye health

- General News
In a recent randomized, controlled human study, consuming grapes for 16 weeks improved key markers of eye health in older adults.

CPMA releases report highlighting the economic impact of Canada’s fresh produce sector

- General News
Canadian Produce Marketing Association has released a report outlining the economic footprint of the Canadian fresh produce supply chain. 

Why broccoli withers after harvest

- Analysis
Everybody knows and regrets that many fruits and vegetables begin to spoil after harvest, but why do they?

Foot traffic returning to buffet restaurants

- General News
For some time, traffic to the dining industry has been impacted by inflationary pressures on consumer spending. Various restaurant categories have seen a decline in visits, and yet, some chains – and formats like “eatertainment” – are weathering the storm.

Rabobank: Avocado trade will continue to grow in an increasingly competitive market

- General News
Rabobank recently published its World Avocado Trade Map, charting global avocado production, consumption, and trade. In the next few years, avocado trade will continue to grow, but the market will be more competitive, forcing operators to be not only more efficient, but also increasingly sustainable.

Terrain launches with ag economists and market analysts

- General News
Terrain, a new source of agricultural industry analysis for U.S. farmers and ranchers, launches today, Nov. 7, 2022. Three leading Farm Credit Associations – American AgCredit, Farm Credit Services of America and Frontier Farm Credit – partnered to establish and offer Terrain to their customers.

Study shows Americans overestimate nutrition knowledge

- General News
With the holiday season around the corner ushering in numerous gatherings and celebrations centered around food, new data suggests that Americans believe they understand nutrition but in reality aren't making the grade.

IRI research shows food prices elevated but inflation slowing

- General News
Information Resources, Inc., today released a new report, September 2022 Price Check: Tracking Retail Food and Beverage Inflation, with insights regarding food inflation and its impact on consumer shopping behavior.

Study shows grocery delivery gaining on pickup this summer

- General News
Incisiv, a next-generation industry insights firm that helps retailers and brands navigate digital disruption, and Wynshop, the leading provider of digital commerce and fulfillment solutions for local store-based retailers, today revealed the findings from their State of Digital Grocery Performance Card for August, 2022.