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Tyson Foods Chef and Senior Director Thomas Wenrich of Culinary Predicts 2024 Trends

Tyson Foods Chef and Senior Director Thomas Wenrich of Culinary Predicts 2024 Trends


SPRINGDALE, AR
Thursday, December 21st, 2023

Tyson Foods has its own predictions for 2024. Rather than rely on the musings of others, the company has crafted its own list and the ways in which its own products help satisfy that demand.

In a blog post, Thomas Wenrich, Senior Director of Culinary, laid out what he imagines will be top on mind next year.

First on the list is what Tyson calls the “Rise of the No-compromise Convenience Hunter.” With consumers searching for ways to cut corners on time—but not taste!—Tyson predicts that these shoppers will be looking for protein products that save them prep time without sacrificing flavor or freshness.
Rather than rely on the musings of others, Tyson Foods has crafted its own list of trends and the ways in which its own products help satisfy that demandAccording to a release, Tyson would plate this trend with the Tyson® Pork Griller Steak. Steakhouse seasoned and flavored with herbs and olive oil, this offering brings a little bit of luxury to the dinner table.

Another trend that the company predicted was called “Slow-Mo Breakfast is a No Go.” Consumers need a healthy start to their day, but they don’t necessarily have the time to prepare one. Enter Tyson’s Lahli™ Morning Protein Bites, a pop-in-your-mouth breakfast for people on the go.

Thomas Wenrich, Senior Director of Culinary, laid out what he imagines will be top on mind next yearNext on the list was “Shop Small or Not at All.” Inflation and interest rates are still a concern for consumers going into 2024, and they’ll need to cut corners where they can. As Tyson predicted, this could mean smaller basket size and smaller packages of fresh meat, with lower prices to match. Their solution? To meet the needs of smaller households head on with new packaging sizes.

Those who want choices with affordable prices at reasonable net weight sizes will be happy to see its twin pack offering of 6 oz chicken breasts. This line will soon include beef steaks and pork chops.

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