Elmwood Park, NJ (PRWEB) March 12, 2009
The food industry experienced many changes and upheavals in 2008. Companies have been looking for ways to stay ahead amidst the recession, which is becoming increasingly more difficult. Fortunately there is a go-to resource that caters to the oft overwhelmed professional who needs to stay abreast of the latest trends and news. Key information including demographics, CPI & PPI charts, as well as an overview of the year's mergers and acquisitions are revealed in the just released Food Industry Review publication, a 717-page compendium of important facts and figures that occurred in the food industry during 2008.
The Food Industry Review, 2008 ed., the Food Institute's flagship publication, has arrived to give all those in the industry a helping hand. No other publication offers such a comprehensive look at the food industry--from retail (including grocery stores, c-stores and warehouse clubs) to foodservice (including restaurants and vending). The review also examines consumer trends, new product trends, natural and organic foods, private label and economic trends and is available for purchase in its entirety or by individual chapters. See http://www.foodindustryreview.com
"The Food Industry Review is a comprehensive resource guide to the food industry. It is a must for professionals looking to stay that important step ahead in the current unstable economic climate," noted Corinne Casella, IRC Manager, at the Elmwood Park, NJ-based trade association. Published annually by the Food Institute, Food Industry Review contains easy to read information that encapsulates an entire year and is available for purchase as a whole or by individual chapters.
For more information about Food Industry Review, 2008 or to order the publication, please visit http://www.foodindustryreview.com/buy.cfm or contact Corinne Casella, IRC Manager at 201-791-5570 ext. 226 or email@example.com.
About The Food Institute
The Food Institute is a nonprofit organization with a single purpose: providing information. The Food Institute strives to be the best "single source" for current, timely and relevant information about the food industry from "farm to fork." The association serves as a trusted source of information, providing balanced coverage of the issues. It delivers information through multiple media so that industry professionals worldwide can tap in when and how they choose. For more information, visit, http://www.foodinstitute.com.