Author Topic: Food trends for 2010  (Read 4840 times)

Offline freakerdude

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Re: Food trends for 2010
« Reply #15 on: January 04, 2010, 09:24:28 PM »
Regarding "overstocked" markets, I spend an inordinate amount of time in grocery aisles reading labels looking for product differences. It's frustrating when there are three of something that are basically the same, ingredient-wise. Having said that, I do agree with GG in that I like having the choices.
I have an engineering mind and must differentiate the similar products. Just as Minerva, I spend too much time reading the labels and then evaluating price differences on a per unit of measurement to see which is the better deal. Luckily, Publix has the cost per unit of measurment right on the product price tag for you to see. Yes, I like choices but maybe I should evaluate less.

Sliders as a variety of three is good, but I haven't seen many of them except in slightly higher end places. I guess I think the bread to meat factor is too high of a ratio or maybe just my perception.
Will work for BBQ


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