One of the most recent food trends is actually an old one. We are beginning to look at food differently. We usually think of food as a way to nourish and fuel our bodies, and it is. But, we can also use food as a way to heal ourselves. Food can be used as medicine.
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Adding a splash of color makes any product more appealing, and food is no exception. There is a growing interest in colorful foods and the unique appearance and properties they bring to the table. Inserting vibrant color into some of our favorite foods can be pleasing to the eye—and the rest of the body.
Healthy food is a trend that isn’t going away any time soon. People want to eat food that’s more fresh, more healthy, and less processed. Now, humans want to give that same kind of consideration to the food they give their pets.
Despite a cold winter followed by a hot spring with limited precipitation, with many of our spring crops under unusual stress, we remain confident in another successful spring season. Our U.S. and global teams are working with our growing and dehydration partners in developing crop specific plans, to ensure the best yields and qualities possible considering actual conditions in our fields.
After the recent completion of three additional production lines at our U.S. processing facility in Illinois, we are now operating with 19 production lines of various cleaning, sorting, cutting, milling, blending, and micro treatment capabilities.
The trend toward healthy eating isn’t going away any time soon. As we’ve noted in a few recent posts, vegetable, herb, and fruit products can be used in diverse ways to bring vibrant color, great taste, and nutritional value to our health-focused culture.
What do people look for in the foods they consume? The answer to that question has changed quite a bit over the last 5 to 10 years. Before, factors like convenience and taste were the primary (if not only) concerns for many consumers, especially in the snack food market.