New Comprehensive & In-Demand Food Flavors and Ingredients Outlook18 Jan 2012 • by Natalie Aster
Whether or not there is a double dip recession or the Euro Zone financial crisis spills over onto U.S. shores, the economic picture for 2012 appears bleak, at best. Feeling the squeeze, both the employed and out-of-work will continue to practice the frugal behaviors adopted during the Great Recession of 2008 while also attempting to incorporate healthy food choices into their daily routines.
According to the report “Food Flavors and Ingredients Outlook 2012, 9th Edition” by Packaged Facts, seeking to overcome the boredom of extended frugality, consumers will especially value creative attempts by manufacturers, retailers, and foodservice operators to affordably introduce variety, comfort and indulgence to their taste experiences. As in years past, the goal of this report is to identify and discuss the flavor and ingredient trends expected to have a major impact in 2012 on food consumed both at home and away.
Food Flavors and Ingredients Outlook 2012, 9th Edition
Published: January 2012
Price: US$ 3.500,00
The ninth edition of this report takes a look back to 2011 and examines flavor and ingredient trends anticipated for 2012 in relation to:
- Ethnic & Regional Enticements
- Produce Predominates
- Flavor & Ingredient Crossovers
- Making Healthy Easier
- Mostly, Friendlier Fats
- Beverages Breaking Through
- Protein: Lean & Luscious
- Sexy Sandwiches
- Sweet Treats
Food Flavors and Ingredients Outlook 2012 9th Edition outlines the anticipated key drivers likely to impact the U.S. food and beverage industry in 2012. These include economic uncertainty arising from the seemingly slow pace of the U.S. economic recovery and financial woes in the Euro Zone, tenuous consumer confidence, the shrinking middle class, continued consumer frugality and trading down.
Benefits of the Report Include:
- A single source providing extensive coverage of food flavors and ingredient trends expected to impact consumer food and beverage selection in 2012 and beyond
- Insight into how flavor and ingredient trends are moving through retail and foodservice
- An in-depth look at the new found importance and increased availability of produce, especially locally grown, both fruits and vegetables, from the perspective of growers, consumers, processors, retailers and foodservice operators
More information can be found in the report “Food Flavors and Ingredients Outlook 2012, 9th Edition” by Packaged Facts.
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