Americans likely are receiving smaller tax refunds than they have in recent years, and most people will not be going out to spend this money, according to the February 2023 Consumer Food Insights Report.
Eating more fruits and vegetables and less sugar ranked highly as potential changes to eating behaviors related to New Year’s resolutions, according to the January Consumer Food Insights Report.
Data trends that emerged in 2022 help demonstrate that most people are slow to start spending differently when it comes to their favorite foods, despite an economic environment much different than when the year began.
Fairly stark regional differences about food spending emerged last month among surveyed U.S. consumers. However, similarities in food values also appear at the regional level, both according to the newly released Consumer Food Insights Report.
Consumers can expect higher turkey prices at grocery stores this Thanksgiving. This trend is not surprising given rising costs of other meat and produce.
The average consumer seems to think about nutrition in a similar way to the experts, according to the Consumer Food Insights Report.
Whether buying organic, checking nutrition labels or recycling, the preferences of men and women display striking similarities, according to the monthly Consumer Food Insights Report.
Personal politics influences consumer perceptions of food inflation, with liberals estimating the increases at about three to four percentage points below conservatives, according to the monthly Consumer Food Insights Report.
Purdue University’s Center for Food Demand Analysis and Sustainability has added a meat sentiment dashboard to its roster of free-access food system dashboards. The new dashboard, updated weekly, shows the sentiment and volume of meat and meat alternative mentions in…