Extending your grocery budget, adding more nutrition, eating more sustainably: No matter what challenge you’re trying to solve in the kitchen, “Mushrooms are the Answer.”
How do you build a better burger? Through its popular website and magazine, Food Network is showing its audience just that with The Blend – the culinary technique of mixing finely chopped mushrooms and ground meat to make meals more delicious, nutritious, and sustainable.
After a year-long try out, Jersey Mike’s Subs assigns an official number—64— to its Grilled Portabella Mushroom and Swiss Sub, awarding the popular meatless option a coveted place on the permanent menu board.
This Earth Month, the Mushroom Council is partnering with Kittch, a new and innovative culinary technology platform, to spotlight some of the nation’s most notable chefs as they livestream their favorite mushroom-centric recipes all throughout April.
For the fourth consecutive year, mushrooms have been named a top trend by food industry trend spotters.
With immune health continuing to be top of mind among consumers, the Mushroom Council in first quarter 2022 will increase promotions around its already far-reaching “Feed Your Immune System” campaign.
The global mushroom market is set to grow by $18.78 billion between 2020 and 2025, accelerating at a CAGR of 6.43% during the forecast period.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced the appointment of three members to serve on the Mushroom Council.
Mushrooms are everywhere: in restaurants, in the press, in your kitchen…even in furniture design.
On your TV, in your email, on your favorite websites and social media, within your printed magazines: The Blend will reach more home cooks than ever this spring and summer thanks to a multifaceted marketing partnership the Mushroom Council has engaged in with Food Network.