Barb Stuckey's column on Forbes.com makes for an interesting read when it comes to the juncture of food and trends.
It appears that Google, that now accounts for over 3.5 billion food-related searches each day has put their Food & Beverage team together with their Trends team in order to not only mine that rich resource of data, but hopefully come up with "what's next."
Food Photography: You may only get one shot!
Fresh, appetizing photos of food are crucial to your business, and supermarkets can also get customers involved who enjoy food photography.
If you were an actor trying to break into show business, you would find that one of the most crucial components of launching your career is your headshot. Casting directors sift through thousands of submissions and based on the actors' photographs alone, choose a few hopefuls to come in and audition. Most times, actors don't get an opportunity to pitch themselves through conversation or examples of their talent, and if that picture is a poor representation, they will never get in the door.
Tomorrow's the day!
I hope you will join me in this year's free live streaming event "2017 Top Ten Trends Forecast."
My annual Top Ten Trend Forecast is designed for retailers, brands, farmers, retail dietitians, distributors and everyone involved in the food world. And over the past twenty years, I am proud to say that my insights and predictions have helped thousands of retailers and brands stay ahead of what's coming next. Sign up today. The event is scheduled for 45 minutes with a live 15 minute Q&A following. I will be releasing the trends that will make a difference in your business for the next decade exactly at 12 noon Eastern on Wednesday December 14, 2016!
Have you noticed your supermarket becoming more modern?