People are embracing traditional foods in America. Since lockdown, food anxieties, an uptick in gardening and additional free time have led to increases in pickling and canning vegetables.
Deliveroo and Jewish charity Chabad Lubavitch teamed up to provide “Seder-to-Go” kits in the UK and Ireland, allowing people who are isolating to still be able to celebrate Passover.
Dutch studio Shift Architecture Urbanism has developed a model for a shared street food market where people can buy fresh produce without coming into contact with one another.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the sales of plant-based meat have grown by a staggering 279.8% in the U.S. .
The NPR report compares sales with the same period last year and showed that sales of vegan meats soared by 206.4% and 279.8% for the weeks ending 7th and 14th March.
Meituan, one of China’s biggest food delivery firms, has started delivering a paper “shield” to consumers from its platform in order to help protect them from catching the coronavirus.
As concern about the environment rises, or – more cynically – as marketers look for new ways to entice customers, the link between what is good for us and what is good for the planet has grown.
Climate change is putting pressure on brands to appear sustainable, but also creating massive opportunities for them.
With rapid IT and bio-tech developments, healthcare is changing rapidly. We see a trend towards patients wanting and having more control over their own healthcare, and with it, the emergence of peer-to-peer