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Aunt Fannies cleaning vinegar

Green Cleaning for Spring

By Jill Failla   While the weather may not feel like spring in much of the U.S. right now, this is the time of year when many consumers are sprucing up their homes in anticipation of warmer weather by clearing out the clutter and deep-cleaning what remains....

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Oui by Yoplait French style yogurt

Glassware Gives Rise to New Yogurts

By Jill Failla SPINS recently expanded its Packaging attribute in the Product Library to the REFRIGERATED YOGURT & KEFIR category, allowing for yet another nuanced view of new and emerging yogurt trends. Using this attribute, SPINS data shows that year-over-year sales for REFRIGERATED YOGURT & KEFIR...

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SPINS top 10 trend predictions for 2018

2018 Trend Predictions

What's ahead in 2018? From key nutrients (for people and pets alike) to special diets to sustainable innovations, SPINS’ industry experts forecast what we expect to disrupt the retail marketplace in 2018. Fill out the form below to access and download SPINS' Top 10 Trend Predictions...

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SPINS trend round up - recapping our trend predictions for 2017

2017 Trend Roundup

Last year, SPINS’ industry experts forecasted the top 10 trends for 2017. From facial masks to eating insects to regenerative agriculture and more… How did our trend predictions fare in 2017? Fill out the form below to access and download the SPINS Trend Roundup: Recapping Our...

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Coffee Flour

Fresh-Baked Trends in Alternative Flours

By Jill Failla Spurred by changing consumer lifestyles, including gluten-free, Paleo, Ketogenic, low-FODMAP, and raw diets, as well as a variety of allergy-friendly and free-from practices, the shelf-stable flour segment is transforming. Historically filled with a variety of wheat products, this space now extends to ancient...

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