Consumers and meat & poultry: Transparency and knowledge

Consumers and meat & poultry: Transparency and knowledge

Perhaps more than ever before, consumers want to know about what’s in their meat and poultry, how it was raised and where it came from. This need to know taps a breadth of concerns related to food healthfulness and sustainable practices, as discussed in the Packaged Facts report, "Meat, Poultry and Seafood: Restaurant Trends and Opportunities".


Is health of the planet more compelling than personal health?

Is health of the planet more compelling than personal health?

The recent attention being paid to plant proteins, both by ordinary consumers and the food industry, begs the question, are consumers more willing to eat less meat to help save the planet than they are to reduce their own chances of developing heart disease?


Save 15% on “Proteins - Classic, Alternative and Exotic Sources: Culinary Trend Tracking Series” for World Vegetarian Day

Save 15% on “Proteins - Classic, Alternative and Exotic Sources: Culinary Trend Tracking Series” for World Vegetarian Day

Data from Packaged Facts April-May 2014 consumer survey reveal that almost 30% of U.S. adult consumers seek out vegetarian sources of protein. These sources span a healthy range of products from beans & legumes to “fake meat", according to Proteins - Classic, Alternative and Exotic Sources: Culinary Trend Tracking Series.

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