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TÜVanalists see the necessity of change in western food-habits and a new demand of green products in the emerging markets

Up to 2050 the amount of worldwide food will have to dooble to feed the world. That means to northern hemespheere to look also for new food like soy, plants to replace meat and even insects. But in parallel in emerging markets there is a huge demand as the TÜV analists see.Eight out of ten consumers on average in China, Singapore and India are willing [...]

2019-05-09T16:23:35+02:0024. January 2015|

Local food: a top-subject in retail sales

Regularly A.T. Kearney is asking consumers to see the demand in the Germany-Austria-Suisse region.More than  35 % out of a sample of 1000 of the latest study do buy local food more than once a week.That is agrowing demand and consumers do not only buy this directly: Ther majority of local food is taken in small supermarkets but also in discount shops.iLooking at the normal [...]

2019-05-09T16:23:36+02:0024. January 2015|

25 years with the Danish organic label has made a huge difference

25 years ago, the first organic labeled (Ø-labeled) products arrived in the shops. The Danes have since then bought an increasing amount of organic products every year, making us today world champions in purchasing organic food products. Over the course of the last 25 years, the purchase of organic food products in Denmark has helped remove more than three million kilos of poisonous substances from [...]

2019-05-09T16:23:36+02:0022. January 2015|

Happy holiday, merry Christmas and all the best

Concerning food, the word of the year in Germany would be vegetarian. Thats shows the change of mind we see. The image of meat has changed even if the consumption did not change that much. But even duck and turkey and a lot of German poultry seam to be sick. Also a symbolic situation - even not really threatening or harming food-safety.The question for future [...]

2019-05-09T16:23:37+02:0024. December 2014|

The SIAL is a Top-event for retail-people but also to the gastronomic and catering section

In 50 years, SIAL Paris, global player in the food trade, has become the largest international catering market. Among the 150,000 visitors expected to attend in 2014, almost 20% (approximately 30,000), are restaurant and catering professionals (86% of them satisfied with their visit in 2012) 44% are coming to see poultry and meat products and 42% are coming to see delicatessen products.  It is also a [...]

2019-05-09T16:23:37+02:0030. July 2014|

Newcastle University: New evaluation on the difference of organic grown fruit and vegetables and results of conventional farming

In the largest study of its kind, an international team of experts led by Newcastle University, UK, has shown that organic crops and crop-based foods are up to 69% higher in a number of key antioxidants than conventionally-grown crops.  Analysing 343 studies into the compositional differences between organic and conventional crops, the team found that a switch to eating organic fruit, vegetable and cereals – and [...]

2019-05-09T16:23:38+02:0014. July 2014|
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