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Eating More Plant-Based Protein Could Help Save Planet

Experts say that people should eat more plant-based protein to help the planet and human health. There are ideas of cutting food emissions by implementing a meat tax, ending special offers on unhealthy food that is bad for the planet, and more. Another idea was adding climate info labels on food. The report shows that 20% of emissions are from food production and consumption.

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Winter Wheat Planting is 85% Complete

This week’s Legacy Market News Report contains important information regarding the produce, dairy and meat industries. Below are some key takeaways that are featured in the report: WHEAT: Winter wheat planting is 85% complete ahead of the 5-year average. ARUGULA: Good supply and overall good quality. Slight light texture from heat. We will be closely monitoring shelf life. CAULIFLOWER: Good supply for current demand. Insect pressure has

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The Perfect Fall Chickpea and Pumpkin Curry!

With plant-forward diets continuing to be popular throughout this year, it is only appropriate to offer the perfect dishes for this fall season. This dish is healthy and hearty for the colder upcoming months. The sweetness of pumpkin goes great with more savory and spicy foods, and also brings a great source of fiber. Potatoes are normally used for this meal, so the pumpkin gives

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Shell Egg Prices Decline as Supply Increases

This week’s Legacy Market News Update has vital information regarding eggs, produce, dairy, flour, and other crop updates. Here are some key points to keep in mind, or if you want to read the full report, click here. EGGS — Wholesale prices for cartoned shell eggs are weakening and have begun to decline as supplies are increasing beyond immediate needs. Consumer demand for cartoned shell

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Large Fast Food Chain Adds Plant-Based Chicken To Menu

A large fast food brand introduced its first-ever plant-based menu item called the “Unchicken Sandwich”. It will be tested in two of their stores for several months, with its split-top bun, mayo, lettuce, and tomato, and is available in both classic and spicy flavors. Their protein is sourced from Raised & Rooted, an alternative protein product line launched by Tyson Foods last year. It

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Asparagus Prices Rise, Lower Volumes

This week’s Legacy Market News Update is full of important information regarding the product market. Read below to learn about specific important items to note for this week. ASPARAGUS — Asparagus prices are rising with volumes lower than the past several seasons. Supplies are available from Peru and Mexico, and growers report high quality. Due to low volumes in the last week we have noticed in

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Unpacking the Popularity of Plant-Forward

Plants are truly becoming the star of the plate. Nearly 40% of Americans say that they are eating less red meat, and almost half seek to eat more vegetables. There are few more influential trends for our entire planet than plant-forward. Changing Tastes All consumers have different reasons for wanting to eat more plants, whether that be ethical reasons, reduce health risks, to help

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Roma Tomato Market Heightens This Week

This week’s Legacy Market News Update contains information regarding the flour and egg markets as well as the supply and demand of various types of produce. There is also an ample amount of information about the economic landscape for meat products. Here are some important keynotes to highlight for this week: GREEN ONION: We are still seeing quite a bit of dead plants due to

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Delicious Fall Veggie Pizza!

Fall is here, and there is nothing better than a fresh pizza topped with juicy vegetables. With plant-forward being incredibly popular right now, this is the perfect addition to any operation, and will be sure to attract customers. Chasin has a variety of promotions during the month of October that will help you create this masterpiece! Ingredients 8 ounces pizza dough Cooking spray 2

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Bunched Kale Supply is Plentiful

This week’s Legacy Market News has a lot of relevant information that is important to note. The article contains information regarding produce, eggs, dairy, and more. Here are some important takeaways: CARROT: Supply is steady for now but projections for the near future call for some sizing issues for the front end of the transition in late-October, early-November to the Bakersfield area. KALE: Bunched kale supplies are

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