Every season lends itself to serving a cocktail or specially crafted drink — so it's no surprise there are products designed to help shoppers entertain for any occasion, using the finest ingredients and mixing up the trendiest flavors.
Consumers' eating habits are changing; gone are the days of three square meals a day. Instead, snacking in place of meals has become more prevalent as consumers often find themselves too busy to sit down and eat a meal or even prepare one to begin with.
Some barbecue lovers like to take things slow, imparting flavor to their favorite meats by smoking them gently over a wood fire. But many who love the tang, spice and rich smoky taste won't wait that long.
Sixty-four percent of kitchen gadgets are purchased on impulse, according to Riedel Market Group's research.
Retailers of all stripes are looking for products that make shoppers open their wallets.
The answer may be kitchen gad
It's that time of year where we look back on the previous year's accomplishments and challenges and plan for the year ahead. It's a great time not only to take inventory but also to evaluate what's worked and what didn't in 2016, and how you plan to adapt in 2017.