Tag: plant-based

Retailers are setting low-carbon goals

Living Low-Carbon Lives Proves to Be Priority For Retailers

Learn how retailers are assisting customers in living more sustainable lives while also cutting their stores’ carbon footprints.

/ April 18, 2022
Plant-based alcohol

Cheers! Vegans Can Enjoy a Tipple With New Plant-Based Alcoholic Beverages

Growing awareness about animal products in drinks fuels reformulations and increases plant-based alcoholic beverage options for vegans.

/ April 11, 2022
Plantricious Certification

The Plant-Nutrition Claim: Why it Matters to the Plant-Based Industry

Learn why the “plant-based” claim may be at risk of losing credibility with consumers and how the Plantricious certification is here to help.

/ October 22, 2021
Plant-Based Foods

Introducing Plantricious: The Certification Differentiating the Plant-Nutritious From the Plant-Based

Plantricious is helping consumers know the vegan and plant-based foods they buy are always healthy and plant-nutritious.

/ July 16, 2021
Plant-based Foods

Why It’s Time to Integrate and Certify Plant-Based Foods

Learn how plant-based foods are earning their presence in the CPG industry and why you should be prepared for massive growth.

Looking Ahead to a New Year

Looking Ahead to a New Year

As we wrap up 2020, here are the consumer packaged goods trends I'm excited to see grow in 2021. The common thread? Health and wellness.

/ December 15, 2020
2020 Food Trends

Food Trends You Won’t Be Able to Ignore in 2020 – According to WFM.

Everything from watermelon seed butter and vegetable flour to zero-proof drinks that can be found on RangeMe.

/ October 24, 2019

Plant-Based Meat Goes Mainstream

As summer approaches, consumers are firing up the barbecue and grilling mouthwatering meats. But this year, more of these meats will be made from plants.

/ May 28, 2019

Food for thought: Four key takeaways from the 2019 Winter Fancy Food Show

Check out the four high-level concepts from this year's Winter Fancy Food Show that are shaping the grocery industry right now.

/ January 21, 2019