Here is our bi-weekly roundup of the latest food industry news. In the weeks of January 1 – 16, research and experts forecasted trends to watch out for in 2024 for seafood, dairy, grocery retail sustainability, and food science. Predictions of what will drive consumers’ interest in flavor and opportunities for grocers to prioritize health and wellness were uncovered.
As we look back on 2023, these were some of the most widely talked about and written about topics of the year.
Meeting the requirements of FDA’s Food Traceability Rule, FSMA 204, is particularly complex for seafood producers. Seafood is one of the most highly traded food commodities in the world. It might pass through several countries and a dozen different companies before reaching a dinner plate.
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Here is our bi-weekly roundup of the latest food industry news. In the weeks of Dec 16-31, the top food safety innovations of 2023 were identified, new research discovered that food labels might contribute to food waste, and new consumer and industry trends to watch out for in 2024 were also uncovered.
Here is our bi-weekly roundup of the latest food industry news. In the weeks of Dec 1-15, USDA, FDA, and EPA presented a new proposal to reduce food waste, 12 retail trends to watch out for in 2024 were identified, and experts predicted that indoor farming and the meat industry will continue to grow the next year.
In this white paper, by Dr. Bob Whitaker, a produce safety expert and veteran, you will learn about the outbreak investigations and outcomes, and how the timelines and outcomes may have been different had FSMA 204 been in place.
Here is our bi-weekly roundup of the latest grocery retail and food industry news. In the weeks of November 16-30, new research identified attributes consumers value and drivers for purchasing produce, and it also revealed that some consumers don’t have a clear understanding of sustainability. Fresh Del Monte opened a new fresh-cut facility and US Foods named a new CEO.
Here is our bi-weekly roundup of the latest food industry news. In the weeks of Nov 1-15. During the last two weeks, a new seafood alternative industry association was created, research identified shoppers are looking for deals this holiday season, and grocers are amping up deli and ready-to-eat sections.
Many companies covered by FDA’s Food Traceability Rule, also known as FSMA 204, are focused on the January 20, 2026 compliance deadline. Taking a step back to look at the big picture, it’s important to recognize that the work we’re doing now will yield benefits far beyond compliance with current regulations.