CHICAGO — A new micro-website launched by CSP parent company Winsight gives retailers a look at what the food industry might be like a decade from now—and what it means for all the industries it touches.
The Future of Food is the result of a months-long project intended to provide insight into what’s coming in the worlds of restaurants and foodservice at retail.
Launched in conjunction with the March issue of CSP magazine, the Future of Food microsite collects all the content of the cross-channel report featured in all Winsight publications.
“The future of food touches every industry Winsight serves, which is why the collective content team—across the restaurant, noncommercial foodservice, grocery and convenience industries—has dedicated its considerable journalistic firepower to providing a road map of what that future might look like,” said Kurt Reisenberg, president of Winsight. “Editors from Restaurant Business, FoodService Director, Winsight Grocery Business and CSP uncover what that food system might mean for operators, from innovation in the supply chain to the quality and genesis of ingredients and how we as a society get to a truly sustainable food structure.”
Moore than a dozen Winsight editors took part in creating the Future of Food report. Topic covered include:
- The food store of the future
- New consumer preferences
- High-tech takeout
- Grab-and-go’s growth curve
- The next major protein source
- And much more
We invite you to click through here and discover what meals you'll enjoy a decade from now and how those foods will get from the farm (or laboratory) to your table.
CSP will carry over the lessons learned in the Future of Food report during its C-Store Foodservice Forum to be held Nov. 11-13 in Chicago. Click here for details and to request an invitation.
Winsight is a leading B2B information services company focused on the food and beverage industry, providing insight and market intelligence to business leaders in every channel consumers buy food and beverage—convenience stores, grocery retailing, restaurants and noncommercial foodservice—through media, events, data products, advisory services and trade shows.