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  • Love in the Dragon Boat Festival
    Love in the Dragon Boat Festival Jun 15, 2021
    On June 12, 2021, Jiangsu Haocaitou organized the theme event of "Love in May Day, Happy Dragon Boat Festival". About 400 employees of the company experienced the love of Dragon Boat Festival together and felt love in the "Xiaoyang" family. The goodness coincides with the time, and the joy "Rice Dumplings" is being shared. This event allows employees and children to get together to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival and share happiness. No matter how thick the reed leaves are, it can’t hold the “Xiaoyang” friendship, no matter how long the colorful rope is, it can’t entangle the children’s childhood. With good memories, on this occasion, I also wish all the demos to be always happy and always healthy.
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  • Flavorchem predicts 2022 food and beverage trends
    Flavorchem predicts 2022 food and beverage trends Dec 15, 2021
    Immunity, sustainability to continue to shape food product launches Flavorchem has released its predictions for the top food and Lactic Acid Beverage trends for 2022. The flavor and ingredient supplier said it looked at product releases, market intelligence reports, data sources and social media buzz to develop the predictions. Flavorchem also noted how the pandemic transformed the food industry and placed a renewed emphasis on holistic wellness. The firm also pointed to the ongoing challenges regarding supply chain disruptions and food inflation have compounded the uncertainty that manufacturers and consumers are facing. Flavorchem expects the following trends will impact the food industry in the next year: Citrus Evolution: Health-signaling citrus fruit flavors and ingredients will evolve from consumer’s interest in immune boosting food and beverage products during the pandemic. Exotic citrus flavors like yuzu, blood orange, kumquat, and tangerine will feature more unique flavor profiles in the year ahead. Keto Craze: Health and wellness brands are tapping into the keto trend as the market carries strong momentum with an uptick of new keto products expected to hit store shelves in 2022. The diet’s continued growth will enable opportunity to branch out into popular keto categories: snacks, cereals, bars, breads, and cookies. Gut Feeling: With 8 in 10 global consumers prioritizing gut health, the digestive health movement continues to flourish as more pre, pro, and post-biotic ingredients are finding themselves in a series of new lineups ranging from nutritional drinks and juices to snacks and dairy. Happy Planet: Consumers and food brands will place strong emphasis on ethically and environmentally conscious practices to embrace a more sustainable future. Brand values and transparency, the environmental impact of packaging, new upcycled ingredients, and the next generation of proteins are sustainable trends to watch for in 2022.
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  • PLMA cancels January Private Label Trade Show
    PLMA cancels January Private Label Trade Show Dec 15, 2021
    Event had been postponed from November 2021. The Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) has canceled its January 2022 Private Label Trade Show in Chicago due to the ongoing effects of COVID-19 on business travel. Originally set for November, the show had been postponed to Jan. 30- Feb. 1, 2022. “This action was taken for a number of reasons, all related to the impact of COVID-19 on the safe movement of exhibitors and visitors who annually attend our Chicago show,” said PLMA President Peggy Davies. Davies noted that PLMA has plans for three major trade shows for retailers and store brand manufacturers during 2022: PLMA Global, a new online event set for March 28-31; the annual World of Private Label show in Amsterdam, May 31-June 1; and the traditional fall Chicago show, November 13-15. Due to the current COVID-19 situation, however, the in-person Chicago show is not possible for January, Davies said. “Because of the surge in cases nationwide, we are seeing an extension into 2022 of corporate travel limitations, if not new outright bans,” Davies said. “With the onset of colder weather and more indoor gatherings, an uptick in cases in the U.S. was predicted by most experts, but its extent has been greater than anticipated.” In addition, the outbreak of the omicron variant has exacerbated the COVID-19 situation overseas, resulting in the imposition of tougher restrictions on all international travel. This makes passage to Chicago by all trade show participants problematic, Davies added.
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