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Wegmans Builds Cheese Caves, Hires Top Affineur
Wegmans Food Markets will begin full operations at its new cheese caves that mimic the environments of famed cheese caves in Europe, where many of the world’s most prized cheeses are ripened to reach their richest flavor. Wegmans’ high-tech cheese caves are believed to be the first such facility among supermarket chains in America, and in time could become a “game-changer” in how artisanal cheeses in America are finished and distributed for sale, Wegmans said in a statement.The 12,300-square-foot building houses a Brie room and seven “caves” where soft cheeses such as Camembert and washed-rind cheeses such as Bourbon-Washed Pie ...
NPD: Majority of Grocery Shoppers Will Not Pay More for Non-GMO Products
Although slightly more than two-thirds of all primary grocery shoppers are unwilling to pay higher prices for non-GMO products, half of specialty store shoppers are willing to pay more,  according to a recent food market research study by The NPD Group on genetically modified organisms (GMO) awareness.The labeling of genetically modified food is at the center of debate across the country, but the decision to buy or not buy non-GMO foods often is based on price, according to the market research company.Education about GMOs could spur future grocery store purchasing shifts, however. More than half of U.S. consumers express some ...
Finalists for Best Specialty Foods of 2014 Announced
Fruit gels from Hawaii, Sriracha popcorn from Washington state and beet yogurt from New York all made the finals in the Specialty Food Association’s 2014 sofi Awards contest.A national panel of specialty food professionals tasted and evaluated 2,025 specialty foods and beverages across 30 categories to come up with their list of 109 finalists.Winners will be announced at a red carpet ceremony June 30, 2014, at the association’s Summer Fancy Food Show in New York. The event will be hosted by noted pastry chef Dominique Ansel.“Creativity, innovation and excellence were in evidence across all awards categories,” said Ann Daw, president, ...
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