Tuesday, February 7, 2017

What Grocerants Can Learn From Google

Daily Insights 02/07/2017
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What Grocerants Can Learn From Google

Google uses its "knowledge graph" to make search results are far more useful than just a list of links.

Everyone seems to use Google, obviously Yahoo & AOL know that all too well, and according to Engadget, a primary reason is that Google uses its "knowledge graph" to make search results are far more useful than just a list of links, which means that you can get lots of info right in Google without having to click on any search results.  

Why should your Grocerant and prepared foods and every department in your supermarket care? The latest addition to Google's food mobile search brings up a carousel of recipes at the top of the results page. 

 

Shopping for Stroke Prevention

Find out how to support your shopper's heart health with stroke prevention.

It's becoming more and more apparent that we need to start taking care of ourselves at a younger age – a study published online in Neurology found that strokes are affecting a greater amount of adults before they reach middle age.

Researchers found that the average age people suffered a stroke fell from 71 (1993-1994) to 69 in 2005.  After more data crunching, they found that 13 percent of stroke sufferers were adults aged 20-54 during 1993-1994, and in 2005, 19 percent. More...

 

Antioxidants: What You Need to Know

Here are just a few of the antioxidants you should be looking to add to your diet.

Lycopene is an extremely potent antioxidant found in tomatoes, watermelon, guava, papaya, apricots, pink grapefruit, blood oranges. The USDA estimates that 85 percent of American dietary intake of lycopene comes from tomatoes and tomato products. Lycopene is a carotenoid pigment that is protective against heart disease and some cancers (and gives tomatoes their red color). Tomato products that are cooked (like pasta sauce, canned tomatoes, etc.) have more lycopene than fresh tomatoes.

 

Quick Poll
 

Are you concerned about animal welfare? 

With potentially significant changes in regulations when it comes to animal welfare practices by food manufacturers, we would like to hear from YOU, our consumer panel, on how YOU feel this could affect or not affect your purchasing choices. Let us know what you think in this short quick poll. 

Phil's Food Reviews
 

ARCTIC ZERO Chunky Pint Banana Pudding is a HIT!

The banana taste is extraordinary! And the bits of vanilla wafers - wow! Just 75 calories in 1/2 cup, 1.5 grams of fat, 8 grams of sugars and 3 grams of protein. Watch review.

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