According to a recent study by Couponbox.com, approximately 1.78 billion pounds of turkey are wasted at the consumer level every year in the United States. At $1.62 per pound, that’s $2.9 billion worth of uneaten turkey every year. The study highlights these numbers and other turkey statistics and has been released as an infographic along with five tips on how to save money on food preparation all year round.
Americans love sweet treats, and WebstaurantStore has the data to back it up. Between 2012 and 2015, searches for “baked goods near me” have gone up significantly, meaning that more and more people are looking to indulge in baked goods. If you own a bakery or cafe, the following information will help you find out exactly which products and flavors your customers are searching for.
Most people know what a sugar packet looks like and feels like. Most sugar packets contain roughly four grams of sugar, so they are excellent objects to use to help visualize just how much sugar is in foods that people are exposed to on a daily basis. Excess sugar is hazardous to a person’s health in various ways. It is known to deplete minerals in bones, stimulate aging and create wrinkles, contributes to obesity, harms dental health, triggers adrenal fatigue, and much more.
You might think it is just your mouth at work when you are tucking into a tasty meal but it’s actually all five sense working hard to give you the flavors, textures, scents and tastes of your favorite foods. This infographic coincides with the start of the Fight for Sight October fundraising initiative, Feast your Eyes, which is all about challenging your senses to raise funds to fight sight loss.
This is an infographic version of the Will Fly for Food Food-Lover’s Travel Guide to Penang, Malaysia. You’ll find tasty information about what to eat on this island that’s been dubbed the “Street Food Capital of Asia.” You’ll also find important information like when to go, how much money to bring, where to stay, and which attractions to visit.
Autumn is the ideal time of year to venture out and huddle around a campfire or backyard fire pit. If you have a sweet tooth, you may partake in the delicious classic known as the s’more. While the traditional graham cracker, chocolate, and marshmallow union is sure to please, sometimes it pays to be a little adventurous. Here are 16 unique and easy s’mores variations to try this season and year round.
It seems that Millennials are all the talk of the town. A lot of space is devoted to them in the media because their habits and lifestyles are affecting many different industries. One that seems to be particularly influenced by the millennials is the food industry. There are many reasons why the eating habits of the new generations are changing, and it is interesting to see what they are.
Pumpkin is a vegetable we generally only think about but once a year – bringing with it the sweet, comforting aroma of warm pumpkin lattes, pumpkin breads and pumpkin pie. In this infographic, discover six surprising health benefits of pumpkin and five simple ways to enjoy both the flesh and the seeds.
Who can resist firing up the barbecue when the sun appears? Most people are only too willing to hang out in the garden on a glorious summer’s day, grilling juicy steaks and sipping chilled wine. But don’t get too relaxed. Even casual get-togethers have unwritten rules. Good behavior cannot be abandoned at the gate!