The Food ChannelÂ® presents its Top Ten Food Trends for 2009. The list is based on research conducted by The Food Channel in conjunction with the World Thought Bank found at http://www.neemee.com, and the International Food Futuristsâ„¢.
There’s still way too much hunger in the world. We see people and companies stepping up to incorporate food philanthropy, so that it’s almost an automatic. Food drives will be enhanced by that $1 donation at the grocery checkout lane, or the purchase of a pink ribbon label product.
In a tough economy, food and drink remain essential purchases. So it’s natural to begin to tie giving to where the money is going. More websites, more grocery stores, more charities are tying their fortunes to food purchases. After all, when 40,000 people in Platteville, Colorado turn out to glean fields of vegetables to help put food on their own tables, you know the need for food is grabbing our attention.
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