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Emerging trends don’t wait. That’s why KeHE maintains an active watch in North America’s leading natural & organic specialty and fresh food meccas, so we are close to the action and ahead of the game for you.

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What’s OnTrendTM This Month

A Taste of Home for
the Holidays

Holiday meal

No matter what part of the world you come from, where you live or what faith you practice, the month of December tends to represent a time for a renewal of relationships, a gathering of family and friends, and the sharing of food. For many Americans, it has become a time to slow down and…

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Beauty in a Bowl

Porridge Bowl

Food lovers are hard pressed to scroll through their Instagram feeds without seeing the latest culinary trend: food bowls. Bowls filled with food so vibrant and artfully designed that they are almost too beautiful to eat. There’s a bowl for every meal, every preference. A sweet acai bowl for breakfast. A savory poke bowl for…

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A Slice of the Pie

Pies on countertop

Pumpkin. Pecan. Sweet potato. Apple. Pies are practically the love language of the holiday season – and consumers agree. Mintel reports total retail sales of prepared cakes and pies reached an estimated $11.6 billion in 2015. According to data from research firm IRI, sales for the pie and cake categories in 2016 saw 15.5 percent…

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Better Baking

Better Baking

The flavors of fall are often best summed up in baked form – and none are more comforting than those wafting straight from your oven at home. Pumpkin spice scones, apple strudel, oatmeal cinnamon cookies – the combinations are endless. But the baking mix market has seen some hiccups in recent years. According to Mintel,…

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Drink Up

Water bottles

Staying hydrated never tasted so good. According to Mintel, 48 percent of bottled water drinkers say they are drinking more flavored waters to replace high-sugar drinks. And sales back up their claims. Bottled water sales have more than doubled in the U.S. in the last 15 years, with Americans buying 11.7 billion gallons in 2015.…

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The Meal Kit
and Caboodle

Chicken Pasta

Meal kits are no longer considered novelties reserved for the foodie friend. Nielsen says one in four adults has purchased a meal kit – and that 70 percent continue to buy them after making their first purchase. But how do retailers fit into the mix? For the year ended March 4, 2017, meal kits in…

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Crazy for Cassava


Weight management. Gluten intolerance. Paleo eating. There are countless reasons why more Americans are avoiding processed grains – but that doesn’t mean the cravings stop in their tracks. While gluten-free pizza crusts, pastas and breads have become commonplace in U.S. households, Mintel says grain-free is starting to emerge as the next generation of (and healthier…

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Go With Your Gut

Bowl of grain

Gut health hasn’t historically been a conversation-starting topic. But with between 25 and 45 million people in the U.S. affected by irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), according to the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, it’s finally infiltrated the lexicon of health and wellness minded consumers. With interest in natural and homeopathic remedies on the rise,…

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From Trash to Treasure

Food in bowl

Grandma always said – don’t let your food go to waste. She may have been on to something. According to a report by the Waste & Resources Action Program and the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, reducing consumer food waste could save between $120 billion and $300 billion globally by the year 2030.…

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Good-for-You Gummies

Gummy candy

For decades, chewable gummy vitamins were predominately for little, picky eaters who refused to eat their vegetables. In just one tiny, sweet chew per day, the broccoli-averse could easily consume their daily dose of vitamins and minerals. But today, candy-like vitamins aren’t just for kids. Adults – driven by both nostalgia and “pill fatigue” –…

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