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The top 10 natural and organic food trends

The top 10 natural and organic food trends | Food trends | Scoop.it
Lentils top the list, but consumers are showing growing concern for gut and digestive health.
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Whole Grains, Whole Life

Whole Grains, Whole Life | Food trends | Scoop.it
So as part of my Genghis Grill experience, I’ve got a choice to add in brown rice to my bowl every day. This may sound like a small deal but Whole Grains are an essential part of any diet. Not only is...

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Breakfast Cereals Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019

Breakfast Cereals Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019 | Food trends | Scoop.it
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The market is mainly driven by the increasing population and increasing consumer preferences for healthy foods. Majority of market is located in the US and European countries; however developing economies are expected to witness higher growth in the coming years. 

 

Browse Full Report with TOC: http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/breakfast-cereals-market.html

 

The growth in this segment is largely dependent on the consumer preferences. Special emphasis on healthy living has led the market players to introduce new products, which suits all age group and lifestyles. International players are also focusing on reformulating their products by replacing harmful hydrogenated fats and oils by healthier ingredients, such as probiotics and super-fruits.

 

Some of the major challenges faced by the market includes rising commodity and energy prices and concerns regarding gluten and acrylamide content. Also, the movement of market towards maturity in the developed countries is a big concern for the market players. In the developing economies, the breakfast cereal products face serious challenge from local customs, such as consumption of congee in China. 

 

Some of the major companies operating in the market are General Mills, PepsiCo, Kellogg, and Ralcorp. Supermarkets and hypermarkets have also been developing their own brands. However, these brands are yet to pose any serious threat to the established brands.

 

This research report analyzes this market depending on its market segments, major geographies, and current market trends. 

 

Geographies analyzed under this research report include 

 

North America Asia Pacific EuropeRest of the World  

 

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Market growth drivers Factors limiting market growthCurrent market trends Market structureMarket projections for upcoming years 

 

This report is a complete study of current trends in the market, industry growth drivers, and restraints. It provides market projections for the coming years. It includes analysis of recent developments in technology, Porter’s five force model analysis and detailed profiles of top industry players. The report also includes a review of micro and macro factors essential for the existing market players and new entrants along with detailed value chain analysis. 

 

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Legris Industries révolutionne les tours de séchage

Animé par sa filiale Clextral spécialisée dans la fabrication de lignes clefs en main pour l'industrie agroalimentaire, un premier pilote industriel fonctionne depuis deux ans en...


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Twin screw extrusion technology | Clextral

Twin screw extrusion technology | Clextral | Food trends | Scoop.it
The Twin Screw Extrusion (TSE) process , developed by Clextral for over 50 years, enables the continuous production of highly homogeneous and finely structured
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Food Manufacturing Pilot Plant | CSIRO

Food Manufacturing Pilot Plant | CSIRO | Food trends | Scoop.it
CSIRO's Food Manufacturing Pilot Plant is a unique national facility with access to significant expertise and innovative technologies for the food industry.
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Eating local isn’t just trendy - it can help stop poverty

Eating local isn’t just trendy - it can help stop poverty | Food trends | Scoop.it
Eating local isn’t just trendy - it can help stop poverty,Gary Paul Nabhan: Food microenterprises throughout Arizona are helping to alleviate food insecurity and unemployment.

http://www.azcentral.com/opinions/articles/20140112eating-local-isnt-just-trendy-can-help-alleviate-poverty.html

Over the last five years, new food microenterprises all across the country have become one of the quickest and most effective means of catalyzing the recovery of community economies.

Importantly, such investment in locally-owned food production, processing and distribution does not merely benefit farmers and ranchers, but dramatically enhances the well-being of their entire community, creating more jobs for their neighbors.

As Viki Sonntag of Sustainable Seattle has found, “Shifting 20 percent of food dollars into local direct spending creates enormous multiplier effects. Spending $100 at a locally owned restaurant generates $79 for surrounding local businesses, whereas spending $100 at a nationally franchised chain restaurant generates only $31 of income for surrounding businesses.”

Gary Paul Nabhan is the W.K. Kellogg Endowed Chair in Sustainable Food Systems at the University of Arizona Southwest Center.


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https://www.facebook.com/AZFoodandFarmFinanceForum

 

The Arizona Food Finance Forum aims to change the way our desert state feeds itself. It will help our communities to envision fresh, cost-effective means to jumpstart new food micro enterprises, farms, community kitchens and hunger relief efforts to aid in the recovery of local economies by connecting these groups with possible avenues for credit and funding resources. 


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arizona-food-and-farm-finance-forum-2014-registration-9290629523


We are hopeful that use this historic moment we can collectively serve as matchmakers between social entrepreneurs and investors—private and public—to begin to bring Arizona up from its fifth worst ranking among states in poverty and third worst ranking in childhood food insecurity. Our goal: to alleviate poverty by creating green jobs with live-able wages in the farming, ranching, food-processing, distribution and serving sectors of our economy. Join us in efforts to assist Arizona’s farmers, ranchers, chefs, processors, marketers and eaters!


Who is speaking at the Arizona Food and Farm Finance Forum? 

Woody Tasch of Slow Money

Elizabeth U of Finance for Food, author of Raising Dough  

Michael Dimock of Roots of Change

Ernie Rivera of Mixing Bowl New Mexico

Alex Young of Zingerman's Community of Business

Kimber Lanning of Local First Arizona

Gary Nabhan of The University of Arizona


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Do-it-yourself foods: the next consumer trend?

Do-it-yourself foods: the next consumer trend? | Food trends | Scoop.it
A German cereal start-up is seeing booming sales of its personalized muesli cereal, thanks to growing demand for consumer-customized packaged foods.
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Infographic: Adaptation solutions for a changing climateCSIRO Climate Response | CSIRO Climate Response

Infographic: Adaptation solutions for a changing climateCSIRO Climate Response | CSIRO Climate Response | Food trends | Scoop.it
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The perfect food clock – the 6 best times to eat

The perfect food clock – the 6 best times to eat | Food trends | Scoop.it
How many times do you eat throughout the day? If you’re sticking to the traditional practice of three meals a day, you’re missing out. Researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital in Ontario found that people who eat multiple small meals throughout the day have significantly lower levels of cholesterol and weigh less than those who eat three meals. With that in mind, here are six of the best times to eat and what you should be eating at those times.
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CSIRO launched their Centre of excellence in extrusion technology | Clextral

CSIRO launched their Centre of excellence in extrusion technology | Clextral | Food trends | Scoop.it

This Centre has new extrusion facilities and support capabilities including a new Clextral Evolum 32 twin screw extruder. CSIRO has a strategic agreement with Clextral to share knowledge and undertake business development activities ...

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Porous powders production ( EPT™ ) | Clextral

Porous powders production ( EPT™ ) | Clextral | Food trends | Scoop.it

"Powders manufactured  with the EPT™ process are composed of spherical particles with porous matrices the structure of which consists of numerous holes and capillaries evenly distributed between the pores and the surface of the particle. This unique structure enables EPT™ powders to show improved functional rehydration property with faster rehydration rates compared to powders made with conventional processes such as spray drying."

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Feeding the world: Can global crop production meet future demands? - A story map presented by Esri

Feeding the world: Can global crop production meet future demands? - A story map presented by Esri | Food trends | Scoop.it

Crop production will have to double by 2050 to fulfill the needs of a growing and increasingly affluent population. 


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Eating local isn’t just trendy - it can help stop poverty

Eating local isn’t just trendy - it can help stop poverty | Food trends | Scoop.it
Eating local isn’t just trendy - it can help stop poverty,Gary Paul Nabhan: Food microenterprises throughout Arizona are helping to alleviate food insecurity and unemployment.

http://www.azcentral.com/opinions/articles/20140112eating-local-isnt-just-trendy-can-help-alleviate-poverty.html

Over the last five years, new food microenterprises all across the country have become one of the quickest and most effective means of catalyzing the recovery of community economies.

Importantly, such investment in locally-owned food production, processing and distribution does not merely benefit farmers and ranchers, but dramatically enhances the well-being of their entire community, creating more jobs for their neighbors.

As Viki Sonntag of Sustainable Seattle has found, “Shifting 20 percent of food dollars into local direct spending creates enormous multiplier effects. Spending $100 at a locally owned restaurant generates $79 for surrounding local businesses, whereas spending $100 at a nationally franchised chain restaurant generates only $31 of income for surrounding businesses.”

Gary Paul Nabhan is the W.K. Kellogg Endowed Chair in Sustainable Food Systems at the University of Arizona Southwest Center.


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Rick Passo's curator insight, January 19, 2014 7:22 PM

https://www.facebook.com/AZFoodandFarmFinanceForum

 

The Arizona Food Finance Forum aims to change the way our desert state feeds itself. It will help our communities to envision fresh, cost-effective means to jumpstart new food micro enterprises, farms, community kitchens and hunger relief efforts to aid in the recovery of local economies by connecting these groups with possible avenues for credit and funding resources. 


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arizona-food-and-farm-finance-forum-2014-registration-9290629523


We are hopeful that use this historic moment we can collectively serve as matchmakers between social entrepreneurs and investors—private and public—to begin to bring Arizona up from its fifth worst ranking among states in poverty and third worst ranking in childhood food insecurity. Our goal: to alleviate poverty by creating green jobs with live-able wages in the farming, ranching, food-processing, distribution and serving sectors of our economy. Join us in efforts to assist Arizona’s farmers, ranchers, chefs, processors, marketers and eaters!


Who is speaking at the Arizona Food and Farm Finance Forum? 

Woody Tasch of Slow Money

Elizabeth U of Finance for Food, author of Raising Dough  

Michael Dimock of Roots of Change

Ernie Rivera of Mixing Bowl New Mexico

Alex Young of Zingerman's Community of Business

Kimber Lanning of Local First Arizona

Gary Nabhan of The University of Arizona