The price rally for coffee futures has reached its largest annual percentage gain since 2010, and the same goes for Arabica coffee futures, which have risen 76% over the past year. These increases are being passed along by coffee sellers and roasters directly to consumers.
The global pandemic has changed much about our lives, including how we shop for food. One of the biggest changes, and one that is likely here to stay, is the sharp increase in online grocery shopping. As shoppers continue to navigate apps instead of aisles, food brands will have to lean into innovative ways to publicize their products.
The future of fast food and other restaurants may include AI sous-chefs like Flippy, Miso Robotics’ AI-enhanced robotic arm.
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Best practices for navigating environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance risks when buying a food and beverage business.
For the eighth straight year, Nixon Peabody, Plante Moran, and BMO Harris, co-hosted the annual Food & Beverage Forum. This year, our panel discussions offered forward-looking insights to help manufacturers and food and beverage companies prepare for what’s next.
As with many agricultural industries, coffee crops are not immune to the effects of climate change on the quality of consumer products. Characterized chemically by the effect of acidity on body and flavor, this quality has been significantly impacted by the stresses of changes in climate in the form of temperature, water quality, and carbon dioxide in the environment.