Today brings us new evidence that 2018 will find the home meal kit industry in flux and in search of successful business models in two bits of news.
As consumer preferences and values have shifted over the last decade, tensions and fault lines in the various food producer and ag coalitions have come to a head. Expect more shake ups and betrayals in 2018.
The ability of the anti-GMO movement to frame the debate in mainstream venues has been waning. Is 2018 the year they return to the fringe?
Three new biotech products recently hit the market that have the potential to steer the GMO debate in more productive directions.
Home meal kit is delivery brittle business model for solving a resilient problem. Look for the herd to be culled and the beginnings of a new model by year’s end.
With Beyond Burger hitting TGIFridays menus and the Impossible Burger remaking upscale bar menus, watch for Plant Meat 2.0 in your aunt’s fridge later this year.