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Posted: Nov 10, 2010
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ (November 10, 2010) - The Food Institute is pleased to present a FREE OF CHARGE one hour, PRESS ONLY WEBINAR EVENT. This event will feature the unveiling of the 2010 edition of the Food Institute's flagship publication, Food Industry Review, a proprietary book containing invaluable information for anyone with a connection to the food industry! Everyone in attendance will be offered a free CD of the newly published book to use when quoting statistics and highlighting trends throughout your media channels. All we ask is that anything you pull from the webinar or from the complimentary CD cite The Food Institute as your source of information.
"Putting the food industry together for you" marks the theme of this year's publication. Throughout the year, WE do the research, so you don't have to! The 2010 Edition is filled with comprehensive write-ups and detailed sales charts, and now includes chapters on social media, new concepts and sustainability. Other topics explored in-depth include retailing formats, private label, food business mergers and acquisitions, vending, restaurant and foodservice, new product launches, consumer trends, demographics of consumer food spending, organic, specialty and natural food and food processing.
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