Cannabis is now legal for sale to adults in 21 U.S. states and all of Canada, and for medical use in 37 U.S. states. Whether for therapeutic, medical, or recreational use, cannabis has entered the mainstream. And cannabis presents a significant market opportunity. According to BDSA, the U.S. market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.3%, from $26.1 billion in 2022 to $44.5 billion in 2027—and globally to $59.6 billion.
On Demand Tired of double-digit energy and utility cost increases hampering the bottom line of your candy or confectionery business? What if you could reduce your dehumidification related energy costs by up to 50%—all while solving an important sustainability challenge?
On Demand The candy and confectionery industry continues to refine the various approaches that can lead to increased sustainability across the board. In this webinar Brad Kintzer, Chief Chocolate Maker, TCHO, will outline how his company has driven sustainability changes through initiatives to improve overall product quality.
On Demand The pastry category, including products like Danishes, cinnamon rolls, doughnuts, and more, continues to see strong pockets of growth, with the category overall growing nearly 5% according to IRI, Chicago and Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery 2022 State of the Industry coverage. In this webinar, Chef Emily McPhee will look at current trends in the category, including opportunities for growth.
On Demand Join U.S. Soy oil experts Richard Galloway and Frank Flider who will share insights on oilseed crop volumes and projections and discuss oil procurement strategies that optimize functionality, availability and price. U.S. Soy’s dependable domestic supply chain ensures efficient, reliable production and delivery to meet food industry demand.
On Demand However, some traditional bakery product preservatives have fallen out of favor with today’s label-reading consumers. In order to fulfill the need for longer shelf life and a clean label, bakers are turning to an increasing range of novel ingredients and strategies.
On Demand Speakers will address “big picture” issues like workforce development, the supply chain, and cost increases, while offering a deep dive into consumer purchase behavior across top snack and bakery product categories.
On Demand This webinar will provide perspective on how younger consumers are approaching the fresh bread category, and particularly center-store fresh bread products like sandwich breads, buns and rolls, bagels, and English muffins, as well as artisan breads found in the in-store bakery (ISB).