Tag Archive: Brightly Creative

Consumers Thirsty for Low- and No-Alcohol Trend

Posted January 17, 2020 by Alyssa Stahr

A large part of my job is to research trends in the food and beverage industry. While I’m used to being wowed by constant innovation in our field that results in new ways of doing things and even new vocabulary (can we say upcycling and aquafaba?), there are some moments

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Eating On The Fly: Airport Food Trends

Posted January 7, 2020 by Alison Wuebbels

The Brightly Creative Team has taken off in the past year with a ton of work trips, and we’re heading into 2020 with even more on the docket. As we wandered the long halls of airports across the country, we have picked up on some common food trends at kiosks

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Brightly Creative’s Pasts, Presents and Future

Posted December 24, 2019 by Alyssa Stahr

The ghost of Christmas’s past, present and future is hot on our trails this time of year, and since the decade is almost over, the Brightly Creative crew is taking the time to reflect.  A lot has happened in the last decade, both personally and professionally. Alison Wuebbels said: “In

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Trade Show Tactics: Tips On How to Save On Your Next Show

Posted December 17, 2019 by Alison Wuebbels

Team Brightly sat down last week to close out a successful 2019 and prepare to go full steam ahead into 2020. A majority of our calendar is filled with travel, from summits to competitions to trade shows. To help us start 2020 on the right foot, we start planning. Most

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From Munch to Lunch — Why Snacking May Be the Next Great Feast

Posted November 26, 2019 by Alyssa Stahr

Are three meals a day — breakfast, lunch and dinner — a thing of the past? Sure, we’ve all been known to indulge in a few snacks in between meals (midnight pizza, anyone?) but something that was once a guilty pleasure is turning into a better-for-us norm. Snacking is becoming such a

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The Future of Upcycling

Posted November 12, 2019 by Alyssa Stahr

Waste not, want not, a saying that’s been around since the 1700s, still rings true today. Food waste is an epidemic in the United States, yet so many people live in poverty. Although the world hunger problem won’t be solved soon enough, upcycling has reached an entire new level of

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