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Growing Prepared Food Sales with Plant Forward Options

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Growing Prepared Food Sales with Plant Forward Options

View this webinar, and identify ways to win with this Plant-Forward trend.

Today’s flexitarian consumers are eating less meat, and they’re looking to healthful and delicious options featuring produce, grains, and plant proteins. This important shift in consumer dietary patterns is creating new opportunities for operators in all segments of foodservice and retail.  In this webinar we will explore opportunities for incorporating this plant-forward trend into prepared foods, and specifically identify the following:

  • Industry and consumer insights on the Plant-Forward trend.
  • Plant-based sustainability tactics.
  • Menu applications around consumer mindsets.
  • Nutrition, health and wellness implications.

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