Free Upcoming Packaged Facts Webinar Discusses Natural and Organic Food Trends

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Free Upcoming Packaged Facts Webinar Discusses Natural and Organic Food Trends

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ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- "Natural" and "organic" are two of the most notable food industry buzzwords of the past decade. As one might expect, natural and organic products are forecast to play an integral part in shaping the food industry's future.

Packaged Facts, a leader in authoritative consumer market research, will host a free webinar detailing some of the most important trends in the natural and organic segment. The Natural and Organic Food Trends Webinar will be held Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 2 p.m. EST.  Register for free by clicking here:

Key topics to be discussed during the webinar include:

  • Going Clean
  • Grass-Fed
  • Beverages with Benefits
  • New Superfoods
  • New Plant-Based Options

"Our goal is to discuss discusses natural and organic food product development and innovation in the context of a fast-changing competitive landscape and rising standards for fresh, natural, clean label, eco-conscious, and benefit-wielding foods," says David Sprinkle, Packaged Facts research director and webinar moderator.

Presenting the live webcast will be Kara Nielsen, an expert in the study of food and beverage trends and the consumer values that drive trend growth and adoption. Nielsen brings unparalleled experience and a peerless wealth of knowledge gleaned from years as culinary trendologist.

Don't miss out. Register today at:

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