While current packaged bread dollar sales remain elevated versus pre-COVID dollar sales, consumers are continuing to seek out premium and better-for-you products with recognizable ingredients. During this webinar, IRI’s bakery expert, Tim Grzebinski, will examine the latest bread category trends and reveal clean label and organic opportunities in a post-COVID-19 world.
On Demand During this webinar, IRI’s resident snacking expert, Sally Lyons Wyatt, will take a closer look at the which snacking trends will persist or change this year and discuss the most effective snacking strategies for a post-COVID society.
On Demand The snack and bakery represents a great opportunity to help this situation. In this webinar, attendees will learn how to work with chia powder, a high-protein and high-fiber ingredient—and one that’s simple to use, natural, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly.
On Demand Tortilla products continue to grow more diversified. An increasingly important market within the tortilla category that is seeing increased sales focuses on better-for-you tortilla products made with interesting, nutritional, and otherwise differentiating ingredients.
On Demand Gluten free, plant-based, clean label - the need to design innovative products to fit modern movements presents hurdles, but ones that can be leapt over with the right tools. The Rapid Visco Analyser (RVA) is a versatile instrument for functional analysis in foods, allowing operators to tease out the effects of different ingredients and process conditions. With the capability to fingerprint and replicate finished products, your current projects could be fast-tracked from months to days.
On Demand Food industry dynamics like organic, natural, ingredient avoidance, and overall product simplification continue to drive category growth. Understanding shopper patterns related to these trends helps provide a roadmap for future product strategies. This webinar will highlight shopper intelligence from Thea Bourianne, MBA, RD, LDN, manager of solutions consulting for Label Insight, a leading CPG metadata specialist that performs comprehensive ingredient analysis to identify unique product attributes across over 30,000 brands and a leading collaborator with IRI.
On Demand Technology is playing a crucial role in helping Food and Beverage manufacturers manage the ever changing industry and customer demands. From disrupted supply chains, to new ways of collaboration, or to acquiring new customers, technology helps companies stay on course and propel their business forward.
On Demand The fresh bread category, which includes pan/sandwich breads, buns, rolls, bagels, and English muffins, as well as artisan breads sold in the in-store bakery, has gained some strong momentum during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Bakeries are now seeking to maintain this momentum moving forward.
On Demand The COVID-19 pandemic has not eclipsed the clean-label trend that has progressed in recent years. Instead, many consumers appear more concerned than ever about what is in their food, its origins, and any product benefits.
Clean label presents a particularly attractive opportunity in the fresh bread category, which has a highly significant value of nearly $9.4 billion, making it the largest retail category of baked goods. In order to foster increased shopper engagement, bakers can create new opportunities through strategic, science-driven product development, bringing nutritious, clean-label grain-based snacks and baked goods to market.