Retail Dietitian Says Inspiration Can Overcome Mealtime Fatigue

How do you describe mealtime during the pandemic? On the one hand, it’s about consumers at home stepping up like never before to embrace cooking and meal preparation. On the other hand, this routine can seem old after a while.

Protect Bakeries Against Legal Abuses Stemming from COVID-19

The Baking industry and its suppliers continue to work the frontlines on behalf of American consumers – by maintaining the food supply and delivering wholesome, essential products.

ABA Urges More Balanced Recommendations for Grains Following Release of DGAC Scientific Report

Following the release of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee’s (DGAC) Scientific Report, the American Bakers Association (ABA) is strongly urging the U.S. Departments of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services (HHS) to consider a more balanced recommendation for grains in the final 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

American Bakers Association Applauds the Introduction of the FRNT LINE Act

ABA applauds the introduction of the FRNT LINE (Financial Relief Noting The Large Impact Of Our Nation’s Essential Employees) Act, introduced on July 21, 2020 by Senator Joni Ernst (R – IA).

BEMA’s CEO Eyes New Opportunities for Virtual

For some people in the business world, “virtual” signals a temporary compromise made necessary by the COVID-19 crisis. They feel virtual communications and operations need to last only until companies and society can return to “normal,” in-person activities.