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Food marketers in 2016 find themselves in a situation similar to political campaign managers, struggling to position their candidates for an electorate now with dramatically different perspectives than generations prior.
While the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans inform the direction for marketers and food manufacturers alike, consumer food trends as well as diet preferences and purchase drivers are just as important to consider. (1 reader comment)
Many companies hire a spokesperson to tell a brand or company’s story. Why? Because customers are more likely to forge a connection with people. But there’s another way to interact with customers and engage them: using an animated brand mascot in the digital world.
Travelers today are eager to connect with destinations through food. The result? Hotels are now offering innovative programs that are propelling the hospitality industry to new culinary heights.
As a shift toward eating healthy foods and “giving back” takes hold, opportunities arise for brands to enhance visibility, extend reach in the social media marketplace, increase relevance and open new markets.
An analysis of social media activity during Super Bowl Sunday that focused on food and beverage brands can provide communicators with insight into what messages resonate with consumers.
The latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans report was released Thursday. What affects could this new policy document have on food marketers?
Americans still exhibit an interest in health and nutrition, but a recent study suggests the dietary pendulum may be swinging back to a consumer climate where convenience trumps quality.
'Big Soda' spent a combined $106M from '09 through `14 to counter health/labeling initiatives at the local, state and federal levels, according to report released today by Center for Science in the Public Interest.
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