Meat better watch its back in 2013, according to Suzy Badaracco, president of Culinary Tides, a Portland, Ore.-based firm that tracks and predicts food trends. “Watch for vegetarian and flexitarian numbers to be up,” Badaracco said at an educational session during the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit conference this fall. The vegetarian and flexitarian trend is stronger than other food fads because converts are giving up meat for a variety of ...
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