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Reading Roundup: October 1st, 2019

This week read about how retailers, incubators and investors alike are pivoting to prepare for the future of food to accommodate the modern shopper.

Reading Roundup: October 1st, 2019

In today's ever-evolving food economy, the only thing that is for certain is change. Shifting consumer shopping habits and trend after trendy trend have makers, marketers and big food scrambling to keep up. This week read about how retailers, incubators and investors alike are pivoting to prepare for the future of food to accommodate the modern shopper.

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Here’s what's good in food this week:

Read: The Future of the Shared-Use Food Facility Industry (Econsult Solutions)

Shared kitchen spaces are in hyper growth mode, with new facilities opening in previously untapped markets. What does this mean for the communities that house these facilities, and the future of food startups? Read on to find out.

Read: Why Grocers Should Be Targeting Flexitarians (Progressive Grocer)

Whether the motive is to help the environment or their own health, younger consumers (Gen Z) are turning to a "flexitarian" diet, increasingly opting for plant-based versions of their favorite foods. Here's how food retailers are responding.

Read: How Big Name Investors Can Change A Brand's Future (Food Dive)

Big name investors can raise the profile of companies, getting other investors to jump in and bringing nationwide attention with them. More brands are reaping those benefits as investors increasingly turn to food and beverage companies to boost profits and invest in products they believe in.

Read: 9 Experts Predict What the Future of Food Will Look Like (EatingWell)

You've heard of grocery stores growing their own produce, but will they soon be growing their own... meat? According to the experts, yes. Here's what you need to know about lab grown meat and the future of the food industry.

Ponder: Did You Know? The Birth of a New Food or Beverage Product (Food Industry Executive)

Birthing a new product takes time, talent and money. Of the 20,000 new food and beverage products launched every year only about 15-20% of these surviving the first couple years. Want to be among that top percentile? Here's what you need to know.

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In today's ever-evolving food economy, the only thing that is for certain is change. Shifting consumer shopping habits and trend after trendy trend have makers, marketers and big food scrambling to keep up. This week read about how retailers, incubators and investors alike are pivoting to prepare for the future of food to accommodate the modern shopper.

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Here’s what's good in food this week:

Read: The Future of the Shared-Use Food Facility Industry (Econsult Solutions)

Shared kitchen spaces are in hyper growth mode, with new facilities opening in previously untapped markets. What does this mean for the communities that house these facilities, and the future of food startups? Read on to find out.

Read: Why Grocers Should Be Targeting Flexitarians (Progressive Grocer)

Whether the motive is to help the environment or their own health, younger consumers (Gen Z) are turning to a "flexitarian" diet, increasingly opting for plant-based versions of their favorite foods. Here's how food retailers are responding.

Read: How Big Name Investors Can Change A Brand's Future (Food Dive)

Big name investors can raise the profile of companies, getting other investors to jump in and bringing nationwide attention with them. More brands are reaping those benefits as investors increasingly turn to food and beverage companies to boost profits and invest in products they believe in.

Read: 9 Experts Predict What the Future of Food Will Look Like (EatingWell)

You've heard of grocery stores growing their own produce, but will they soon be growing their own... meat? According to the experts, yes. Here's what you need to know about lab grown meat and the future of the food industry.

Ponder: Did You Know? The Birth of a New Food or Beverage Product (Food Industry Executive)

Birthing a new product takes time, talent and money. Of the 20,000 new food and beverage products launched every year only about 15-20% of these surviving the first couple years. Want to be among that top percentile? Here's what you need to know.

Get our weekly Reading Roundup right in your inbox with our newsletter!

In today's ever-evolving food economy, the only thing that is for certain is change. Shifting consumer shopping habits and trend after trendy trend have makers, marketers and big food scrambling to keep up. This week read about how retailers, incubators and investors alike are pivoting to prepare for the future of food to accommodate the modern shopper.

Sign up for our newsletter and get our Reading Roundup delivered straight to your inbox!

Here’s what's good in food this week:

Read: The Future of the Shared-Use Food Facility Industry (Econsult Solutions)

Shared kitchen spaces are in hyper growth mode, with new facilities opening in previously untapped markets. What does this mean for the communities that house these facilities, and the future of food startups? Read on to find out.

Read: Why Grocers Should Be Targeting Flexitarians (Progressive Grocer)

Whether the motive is to help the environment or their own health, younger consumers (Gen Z) are turning to a "flexitarian" diet, increasingly opting for plant-based versions of their favorite foods. Here's how food retailers are responding.

Read: How Big Name Investors Can Change A Brand's Future (Food Dive)

Big name investors can raise the profile of companies, getting other investors to jump in and bringing nationwide attention with them. More brands are reaping those benefits as investors increasingly turn to food and beverage companies to boost profits and invest in products they believe in.

Read: 9 Experts Predict What the Future of Food Will Look Like (EatingWell)

You've heard of grocery stores growing their own produce, but will they soon be growing their own... meat? According to the experts, yes. Here's what you need to know about lab grown meat and the future of the food industry.

Ponder: Did You Know? The Birth of a New Food or Beverage Product (Food Industry Executive)

Birthing a new product takes time, talent and money. Of the 20,000 new food and beverage products launched every year only about 15-20% of these surviving the first couple years. Want to be among that top percentile? Here's what you need to know.

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