As a boomer, I didn’t realize I have the millennial attitude. 

Are consumers getting the protein they’re paying for?

It is well understood that children require consistent consumption of vitamins, minerals, EFAs, and other nutrients to ensure healthy development.

Generation-Y is the 72 million people born in the US from 1977 to 1994.  They are also called Gen Y or the Echo Boomers because they are (mostly) children of the Boomers, and almost “echo” the number of births of the Baby Boom generation of 76 million.

Between work, racing kids to school and activities and your own social calendar, finding the time to make home cooked meals can be difficult.

What makes a healthy habit a trend?

I don’t know if I’m just seeing everything through “outdoor-tinted glasses” or if the furniture industry, is indeed, trying to make us feel like we’re perpetually outside. That’s what it felt like at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, May 17–20, in New York City.

According to a recent report by the NPD, fruit is the second most popular food consumed in the United States today.

According to Transparency Market Research, demand for organic food and beverage – which was valued at $70.7 billion in 2012 – is expected to reach $187.85 billion in revenue by 2019.