Fancy Food Show
In this video, shot at the Winter Fancy Food Show 2019 in San Francisco earlier this month, Farmhouse Culture CEO Scott Lerner shared the company’s 2019 growth strategies with NOSH editor Carol Ortenberg.
From a Brooklyn-based chocolate brand’s abstract and artful new packaging to a complete rebrand for the maker of a crispy cereal treat, here are some of the new looks the NOSH team saw from the floor.
Anita Shepherd, founder of Brooklyn-based vegan yogurt brand Anita’s Coconut Yogurt, spoke with the NOSH team about her decision to go back to the basics after a year of growing pains.
Within the show’s “Incubator Village,” the Specialty Food Association showcased 11 food and beverage incubators from across the U.S., along with their portfolio brands.
Though condiments have always been well represented at this show, the quality and innovation behind these products caught the NOSH team’s eyes.
What trends are brands embracing to stand out in a sea of food at a time when consumer expectations are already set so high? The Project NOSH team scoured the showroom floor to find out.
Ghost peppers, chilies and jalapeños fired up the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco this week, as brands across categories embraced heat in response to consumers’ rising demand for hot and spicy food.
If you want to win in the specialty channel, you have to play by the new rules, according to a recent report by research firm A.T. Kearney. During the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, David Donnan, senior partner at Kearney, gave an in-depth look into the firm’s recent comprehensive study of the specialty food channel and how it’s changing the playbooks for companies big and small.
During the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City last month, Shelley Balanko, of the Hartman Group, and David Lockwood, of Mintel, gave a presentation on the current state of the specialty food industry, and spoke about how they think it will fare in years to come. The duo crunched the numbers, surveyed and conducted numerous focus group interviews to create sales projections for each category for the next five years. Watch to hear what they had to say.
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