HOUSTON, TX – November 6, 2019 – Never before has the kitchen been so lifeless. For generations, the once-centerpiece of the American home has become much less important – marginalized by Millennials and younger generations who choose to order up their nourishment with a few silent taps of the cell phone rather than the clank of pots and pans.
Seemingly overnight, this shift in eating habits has roiled the business models of food-oriented consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies.
So how did this happen? And, what can CPG companies and the grocery stores that peddle their wares do to re-gain mindshare in the public consciousness? Find out by reading the full article on Refrigerated & Frozen Foods.
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Topics: Press Release, Consumer Goods & Retail11.6.2019