IMBIBE LAUNCHES PODCAST ABOUT THE LATEST FOOD AND BEVERAGE TRENDS

(Niles, Illinois) November 28, 2017 – Imbibe announced today the launch of the company’s Food and Beverage Insights podcast. Episodes will feature insights, statistics, and more about the most [...]

Pour Me a Glass: RTD Beverage Global Trends

At Flavorcon 2017, trends and perspective on RTD beverages were among the main topics discussed during the 2.5-day event. Flavor experts and market researcher examined the RTD beverage market, [...]

Fermentation Sensation: Tepache (te-pahtch-ay)

On a typical night out in Chicago, we saw a not so typical menu offering – tepache, courtesy of Proxi. At Imbibe, we have been watching the fermentation craze for years. The list of [...]

#Trendspotting National Restaurant Association Show 2017 Recap

June 2017 Trendspotting National Restaurant Association Show Recap from Imbibe on Vimeo. FLAVOR     Floral flavors like hibiscus and lavender were featured in packaged products, and in [...]

‘Bitter is better’ in growing fermented beverage market, Imbibe says

Vegetable-based, fermented, and animal-based beverages are all rising players in the savory drinks category as consumers look for simpler, more convenient ways to achieve their nutrition goals. [...]

#TrendSpotting – Savory Beverages

Emerging Category: Savory Beverages Veggie-based and animal-based beverages,have started to gain traction, especially in the natural and organic marketplace. Savory beverage flavors include beet, [...]

Fermented foods: Where flavour and function combine

The quest for novel taste sensations that strike the right note with consumers means food makers are constantly on the lookout for new flavors of food production methods – and the trend for [...]

Trends at Expo West 2016

Pulse power Product developers are using peas, beans, lentils and chickpeas to create protein-rich and gluten-free snacks, pastas and more. “While protein continues to see a strong demand, [...]

7 of the hottest food and beverage trends happening now

Function from Fermentation According to gut health enthusiasts, you can ferment anything. Enter kombucha, and the lesser known kvass and jun. Kombucha’s base is fermented tea, while kvass, a [...]