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  • Why the Hot & Spicy Food Trend is an Exciting Opportunity

    02-Nov-2020 Last updated on 05-Nov-2020 at 16:37 GMT

    Chili peppers play an important role in the food industry today. They enhance the flavor—heat, pungency, warmth and bite—as well as the color of prepared foods. For food manufacturers, these ingredients often come in the form of an extract. As regional cuisines have become more globalized, consumer preference for foods […]

  • Cheese Makers Reel as Pandemic Sows Market Chaos

    By Jesse Newman and Kirk Maltais

    Updated Oct. 28, 2020 2:23 pm ET

    The U.S. cheese industry is reeling from seven months of chaos as the coronavirus pandemic causes upheaval in prices and demand.

    Prices for cheeses from mozzarella to cheddar hit near-record highs this month, but cheese makers are on edge after sharp swings in demand have thrown their production […]

  • The Latest Trends In Deli Meats

    Source: Supermarket Perimeter

    KANSAS CITY, MO. – Whether it’s due to the kids being home from school, adults making lunches at home versus grabbing lunch around their office, or a continuation of limited foodservice operations, consumers are making a lot more sandwiches and deli meat consumption has gone up amid COVID-19.

    Since early March, deli meat sales […]

  • USDA Releases Roadmap to Address Salmonella

    Source: USDA FSIS

    WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Office of Food Safety (OFS) and the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) have released a plan to decrease Salmonella, one of the leading causes of foodborne illnesses. The Roadmap to Reducing Salmonella: Driving Change through Science-Based Policy outlines programs and policies that are science-based, data-driven, […]

  • Dairy Strong Conference Going Virtual

    Source: Dairy Business Association

    GREEN BAY, Wis. — Dairy Strong, an annual conference that brings together farmers and a wide variety of others connected to the dairy community, will move to an online-only format in January, the Dairy Business Association (DBA) announced.

    The DBA event this past January drew 600 farmers, corporate professionals, government and university representatives, […]