Uncover your Weber, pull out the meat seasonings and load up on charcoal because grilling season is nearly here. But, wait! You’ll also need more cash this year if you want the traditional red meat lining your grill racks.

Choosing to eat healthy usually means heading towards the fresh ingredients instead of the frozen food aisles in the grocery store for most consumers. Frozen foods can be considered a less appealing choice because they are seen as being processed and full of preservatives or sodium. Even Wendy’s touts its “Always Fresh, Never Frozen” burgers to instill in consumers that fresh is better than frozen.

As we finally come to the end of this year’s harsh winter, it was bone-chillingly obvious in Chicago that climate change is not a problem we will have to worry about sometime in the future – it’s here now. So, what does this mean for the food industry?

Happy hours have long been associated with grabbing a cheap alcoholic beverage and a bite to eat at a local restaurant or bar. Patrons most often seek establishments that have appealing specials on those traditional items, but more and more customers today are also enticed by non-alcoholic drink options.

Walking through the produce aisles of any grocery store in the past few months has been an unsatisfactory task. For me, Saturday mornings have been dedicated to driving to multiple grocery stores in the hopes of finding produce that will stay fresh for more than a couple days. While in the midst of my routine this past weekend, it occurred to me that there had to be an easier way. There is.

A list of the top-23 mobile apps that help health-conscious consumers obtain valuable product information was compiled last fall by Food Tank: The Food Think Tank, a non-profit organization based in Chicago that offers solutions and environmentally sustainable ways to alleviate hunger, obesity and poverty by creating a network of connections and information.

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