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Coffee Gets Bacon-ated, Ramen Dies & More of January's Biggest Food News | Thrillist.com February 02 2015

Bacon Is Still Shakin'

Reports of bacon’s demise (no, not Kevin's) were also wildly exaggerated -- not least because some crispy scientists discovered that bacon is keeping you alive. There was more: the past month revealed that not only is bacon the new jam (The Bacon Jams spreadable bacon, unveiled at the Fancy Food Show, contains a half-pound o' pig per jar)... (Read More)

Six food trends to watch | Food Business News January 21 2015

SAN FRANCISCO — What’s the next kale? Experts say it may be coffee, cabbage or cinnamon toast.

A panel of food writers and journalists at the Winter Fancy Food Show, held Jan. 11-13 in San Francisco, identified a number of themes emerging from products displayed by 1,300 exhibitors representing the latest in specialty foods and beverages. (read more)


OMFG: Somebody Made Spreadable Bacon And It Looks Amazing | Elite Daily January 19 2015

It seems like spreadable versions of our favorite foods (and drinks) have been popping up all over the place lately.

Remember when we showed you wine jelly and spreadable beer?

Well, there’s a new condiment on the block. Spreadable bacon is now a thing, and it might be even better than topping your morning slice of toast with a little vino. (read more)


San Francisco draws thousands of fancy food makers at annual show | San Francisco Business Times January 15 2015

San Francisco is always a foodie destination, but this week thousands of artisan food makers, entrepreneurs and retailers from around the country descended upon Moscone Center for the 40 th Winter Fancy Food Show... (read more)

 


Slideshow: Heating up at Winter Fancy Food | Food Business News January 12 2015

SAN FRANCISCO — Artichoke water, bacon jam and boozy jellies were among new products displayed at the Winter Fancy Food Show.

The 40th annual specialty foods event, held Jan. 11-13 in San Francisco, showcased emerging brands from 31 first-time exhibitors. Industry newcomers were offered an opportunity to connect with buyers from leading retailers, include Whole Foods Market and Kroger. (read more)