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Delivery Platforms Experiencing Upheaval

In many ways, the pandemic has been a boom time for third-party delivery platforms, which have benefited from consumers largely hunkering down at home and summoning dinners to their doorstep. But business is rapidly changing …

Study: Ranchers Can Reduce Livestock’s GHG Emissions by 50%

Cattle produce approximately 78% of total livestock greenhouse gas emissions and are responsible for 14%–18% of human GHG.   But, according to a recent report by Global Change Biology, ranchers who focus on changes to their agriculture production …

PE Investment Trends in the Better-for-You Category

This Episode of the Food Institute Podcast is Sponsored by BHI USA  Is private equity investment heating up in the “better-for-you” category? In this episode of The Food Institute Podcast, Vestar Capital Managing Director and …

The Rise of International Cuisine & Flavors in the U.S.

The Rise of International Cuisine & Flavors in the U.S. International cuisine and flavors have experienced tremendous growth in the U.S. and are expected to outpace traditional categories of food over the next 3-5 years. ...

Quesadilla Wars Ramping Up Among Taco Bell, Chipotle

While the fast-food “chicken wars” have been going on for some time, Taco Bell and Chipotle are now headed for battle on another front. The two largest Mexican-food chains are testing new items and jockeying …

Food Industry M&A: What to Expect in 2021 & Beyond

Food Industry M&A: What to Expect in 2021 & Beyond This webinar looks at the major trends among food industry M&A in 2020 and 2021, current market conditions and the overall M&A landscape, featuring presentations ...

Increasing Sales through Connected TV and Display Ads

Increasing sales through connected TV and display ads may seem difficult during a pandemic, but that’s precisely what Filippo Berio and Valassis set out to do. In this episode of the Food Institute Podcast, Filippo …

$15 Minimum Wage Debate Heating Up in Restaurant Industry

By most accounts, it’s not a matter of if, but when.   The minimum wage appears to be headed towards $15 in much of the U.S., if not all, in the near future. And restaurant chains are bracing for that impact.   “Restaurants need to engineer …