Food & Drink Infographics

One Nation Under Hops: The U.S. Independent Beer Movement

Over the last few decades, small, independent breweries in the U.S. have been quietly growing. And though large breweries outpace smaller ones in annual production, craft beers are using their local roots, small scale, and unique offerings to attract devout followers and loyal customers.

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The Multiple Personalities of Coffee

Do you typically take your coffee the same way all the time? The following infographic from Loku attempts to define the personalities of people by the types of coffee they drink. Where do you match up?

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How is Light Beer Light?

In this infographic from Total DUI, learn how light beer is made and what makes it “lighter” than its counterparts. Additionally some information is provided on which types of drinks will get you drunk faster as well as other factors that determine how quickly a person might get intoxicated.

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Swelling Servings: The Growth of American Food Portions

Waistlines and portions are expanding across America. An emphasis on getting more food for less money has caused restaurant and fast-food portions to grow over the last few decades. However the problem’s not limited to out-of-home portions. Grocery store, vending machine, and snack-sized offerings have been increasing steadily as well. This infographic takes a closer look at how portions have grown and how we can regain control.

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The Evolution of Food on TV

The Evolution of Food on TV

Food has taken over the airwaves, but it wasn’t always that way. Where did the idea for the Swedish Chef come from? Whose shoes did Paula Deen step in to? When did cooking become a spectator sport? This infographic created by Menuism.com explores the personalities and shows that have stolen our hearts and satisfied our appetites.

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Food Labeling and What You Should Know

A genetically modified organism (GMO) or genetically engineered organism (GEO) is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. These techniques, generally known as recombinant DNA technology, use DNA molecules from different sources, which are combined into one molecule to create a new set of genes. This and other interesting data on food labeling in this infographic.

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Christmas Cocktails From Around the Globe

Santa’s been throwing alcoholic beverages back for a few centuries and has zipped around the world a thousand times, which has been plenty of time to pick up some wicked Christmas cocktail recipes. This infographic from Treetopia includes some of Santa’s favorite mixed drinks from around the globe – complete with easy-to-follow mixing instructions.

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How To Spot A Fake Cuban Cigar

There is nothing like a good Cuban cigar. But how do you tell the difference from say Dominican and Cuban? This Infographic by Great Clubs & Cigar of the month club will show you how to spot a fake Cuban cigar.

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Mrs. Fields Guide To Holiday Treats

We all love those treats and goodies that pop up during the holidays. Mrs. Fields presents this fun Infographic that shares some statistics on our favorite holiday treats.

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A Look at How We Waste Food

Admit it already – we all waste more food than we should. This Infographic illustrates the morbid statistics of food wastage in America and Europe compared to other parts of the world. You may be shocked.

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