5 resources to keep you up to date on industry news and trends

Understanding technical information and food fundamentals are just a few of the ingredients necessary to succeed in the food and beverage industry. Whether you are a student discovering your passion or a recent graduate interested in pursuing a career in food, it is critical to stay up to date on the latest news and trends.

Living in a world where everything changes so quickly can be difficult, especially if you don’t know what’s going on around you. Understanding industry news and trends will help you gain experience and identify potential opportunities for advancement.

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We’d like to share a few great resources with you that will help you stay up to date on the latest news, trends, and innovations.

Listening to the stories of those who have already gotten to where you want to go in the future is one of the best ways to learn more about the industry. The FoodGrads podcast will inspire you to learn more about the industry and pursue your passion for food. If you are a student or recent graduate, you may enjoy listening to “FoodGrads Podcast Ep 16: Building a food industry career by putting yourself out there with Karen Cardona, Founder & Owner at True Leaves Consulting”

Food In Canada magazine has been reaching the entire food and beverage industry since 1938. If you’re still undecided about a career path, you’ll enjoy reading about the various options available, such as baking, dairy, meat/poultry, confectionery, beverage, seafood, fruits, and vegetables.

Want to know what’s going on in the food and beverage industry right now? Food Business News magazine keeps readers satiated with regular news and trending topics. One of the most recent articles we read discusses dairy and dairy alternatives trends and innovation. Check it out here.

Food Processing magazine will give you all the tools you need to stay ahead of the curve, including access to the food industry news and trends, food processing voices and blogs, and podcast. One reason of the many reasons to look into the resource is that it will help you stand out in interviews, at work, and at college/university.

Join host Erin Hallstrom and her team of award-winning Food Processing editors as they discuss what’s going on in the food and processing industry. With new episodes released almost weekly, you’ll be able to learn more about the industry and skills that will help you stay on top of everything.

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