As 2021 starts to wind down, it’s time to look ahead at what 2022 might have in store for the food and beverage industries.
New products remain key revenue drivers for food and beverage companies. Yet, after hitting an all-time high in 2016, the number of new product launches has leveled off at an average of about 20,000 annually, according to the latest data from...
They say that when a habit starts to cost money, it becomes a hobby. If that’s the case, then most of us have some accounting to do.
If the last 18 months have taught us anything, it’s that change remains an unavoidable part of life – and business. As a company committed to helping customers transform the way they operate, TraceGains embraces change.
While most food, beverage, and dietary supplement companies saw sales growth in a tumultuous 2020, the pandemic wasn’t as kind to the CBD market. But increased competition and persistent regulatory uncertainty both played a part in putting a drag...
As the Delta variant drives the third wave of global infections, the United Kingdom faces a “pingdemic” after the National Health Service’s contact-tracing app has “pinged” nearly 2 million citizens with a call to self-isolate.
CBD’s meandering path to mainstream acceptance suffered a setback this week when the U.S. Food and Beverage Administration (FDA) challenged an application from Charlotte’s Web Holdings Inc. for a new CBD dietary supplement.
It’s been less than two years since we’ve all been able to get together in person, have a few drinks, and talk shop. But it feels like a lifetime.
From a renewed emphasis on supply chain transparency to the rise of plant-based proteins, 2021 promised sweeping changes to the CPG business as the world’s economies sought to bounce back from a year lost to a global pandemic.
2020 shook the supply chain to its core. And while there are signs of recovery, with production ramping back up and consumers returning to brick-and-mortar retail outlets, aftershocks threaten the global supply chain. From suppliers to...