Three researchers from the Wolfson Institute for Preventative Medicine, Queen Mary University and The London Hospital offered the argument for just that in the British Journal of Medicine.
There is a new study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that reports that eating just one meal high in saturated fat can reduce our ability to concentrate and focus.
You already know that. Often it is compelling to look through another culture’s lens to see just what the impact will be on our own supermarkets and restaurants. New Delhi Television is the top network in India and has put together it’s list of the 5 food trends that, in their opinion, will define the new normal post COVID-19.
As restaurants struggle to stay alive many have moved to take-out only, but some, just up the block here on Main Street have gotten together in a parking lot every week and opened up their stands – much like a Farmers Market – to offer people take out, groceries, produce, meats and yes, even toilet paper.
It’s not because people are thinking that Armageddon is upon us, nor do they think they will be stuck at home for 6 months or a year.
And during this time of staying at home during Covid-19 for many seeing those sunny skies and even bringing the kids in the yard to play might be a welcomed respite – we may be facing issues that could effect fruit harvests.
As the food industry – from farm to fork – grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic as hopefully by now you know, we launched a Facebook LIVE webcast with our partner Winsight Grocery Business – Grocery Covid-19 – which airs live every Tuesday and Thursday at 12:30 pm eastern for up to date news on Covid-19. On our Lempert Report videos we will occasionally address Covid-19 stories, but will continue our focus on marketing analysis, issues and trends for the food industry. For Covid-19 news I hope you will tune in to our Facebook Live webcasts.
There are foods that scientists think we should be consuming to help combat depression which now affects over 300 million people worldwide, and some groups may be more at-risk than others — in the United States alone, 3.2 million of teenagers between the age of 12 and 17 experience depressive episodes. And these numbers are on the rise.
The center is part of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station under the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, and has locations in Bridgeton, Piscataway and Bordentown.
Phil Lempert from the Supermarket Guru describes a new trend of removing cartoon characters from kids’ cereal packages, repositioning cereals that are high in sugars on the bottom shelves in grocery stores, and highlighting them as high in sugars with shelf signs.