Culinary Trend Mapping Report
Industry News:It’s time to redefine healthful foods, starting with the positive-sounding word “healthful,” says The New Healthful: Culinary Trend Mapping Report, a recent report released by Packaged Facts, a publisher of market research in the food, beverage, consumer packaged-goods and demographic sectors. “This notion of promoting good health also focuses on the presence of beneficial nutrients and the use of inherently nutritious foods, instead of just the absence of certain ingredients that may negatively affect health when over-consumed,” begins the report’s abstract. “The New Healthful is also about the growth of new distribution outlets, new places where healthful foods can be found. As these increase, the existence of healthful food and beverage options alongside more indulgent ones will become an everyday occurrence.” The report, published September 28, 2012, spotlights foods that surpass the traditional meaning of the word “healthful”; in particular,
- foods made with purer, wholesome raw ingredients as well as those sourced from plants;
- foods that are “lighter” on the earth and created with sustainability in mind; and
- foods that are found in natural-food and vegetarian restaurants.
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