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A Tight Labor Market: The New Normal

Modern Restaurant Management

And it's not just due to the state of the economy — the aging population is another significant factor, with projections showing that by 2050, 22 percent of the global population will be aged 60 and above. Looking ahead, the labor force participation rate (LFPR) is on a projected decline from 62.2 percent in 2022 to 60.4

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An Environmentally Friendly Strategy to Reduce Restaurant Costs

Modern Restaurant Management

Food production and consumption currently constitute over 30 percent of international greenhouse gas emissions, and the world food system’s ecological footprint is expected to greatly expand in the next few decades following an increase in world population, which is expected to reach 10 billion by 2050.

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How can specialty coffee push for a circular economy model?

Perfect Daily Grind

The 2022 Expected global suitability of coffee, cashew and avocado due to climate change study found that by 2050, the top five coffee-producing countries in the world will experience a decrease in both the size and suitability of their arabica-growing land.

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Travis Scott Made How Much From His McDonald’s Deal?!

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billion “over the next five years as part of its long-term goal to cut in half its emissions by 2030 and reach net-zero emissions by 2050.” [ Fooddive ]. Bill Palmer, the founder of Applebee’s, died yesterday at the age of 70. [ Nestle is investing $3.6 Muppets’ Pigs In Space voice* Radishes! Spaaaaaace! [ All AM Intel Coverage [E].

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Will Nepal produce more specialty coffee in the future?

Perfect Daily Grind

In turn, this could result in up to 72% of the country’s coffee-growing areas becoming unsuitable by 2050. Research from Kunming University suggests that Nepal will see a significant shift in its agroclimatic zones over the next few decades.

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The Future of Alternative Proteins

Foodable

Expect to see an explosion in plant-based eggs options, and some more innovation in plant-based cheese.

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FoodTech21 A Virtual Event For Foodservice and Food Innovation

Foodable

With an expected world population of 10 billion by 2050, farming technology needs to be reformed and revamped to sustainably feed urban areas. Innovations currently on-the-rise range from vertical farming and ghost kitchens to lab-grown meat and biodegradable packaging.