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Fresh Vegetables Get the Green Light
As part of the health and wellness lifestyle trend consumers are naturally gravitating toward green vegetables and fruits, putting them in the limelight. Most people know that greens should be a major staple in their diet - but taste has often been a barrier. Delicious, and slightly sneaky options give consumers the nutritional benefits while masking the sometimes harsh flavor by hiding them in things like vegetable pastas, smoothies and juices. They keyword here? Fresh.
Rising Pulse in the Protein Market
Packed with protein and nutrients, pulses are elevated when paired with delicious ingredients. You've likely already been eating these legumes for years - think: chickpeas, lentils, dried beans, and peas. In fact, the United Nations is so certain that pulses will peak in popularity that it has dubbed 2016 the International Year of Pulses (IYP).
The Future of Food is Clear
Transparency is key. Whatever the science may say, consumers seem to have made up their minds about GMO-labeling. As this ‘clean’ to ‘clear’ label movement hits the next level, we’ll continue to see higher demand for non-GMO foods on the shelves -- a trend that Whole Foods is counting on.
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