The “eatertainment” concept is growing throughout the country and companies are finding new and unique ways to appeal to today’s guests.
While the majority of condiment, sauce and dressing usage skews towards home (consumers are twice as likely to utilize them at home versus away from home), it’s when dining out that consumers are generally exposed to and experiment with new flavors.
The rising cost of third-party services is spurring more restaurants to rethink the way they deliver food and invest in strategies that make sure their brand doesn’t fade into the background.
Meal and meal-kit delivery companies introduce omnivores to plant-based eating.
Food and beverage operations is one area in which hotels must stay on top of changing guest preferences throughout the year, but it is far from the only way hotels adjust to the changing seasons.
As more traffic moves off-premise, offering beer and wine delivery can give restaurants an opportunity to add high-margin alcohol sales to delivery orders.
As the competition only grows in the airline and cruise line industries, both are upping their foodservice game to stand out.
A look at a few of the global ingredients and dishes that experts predict we’ll see more of this year, and ideas for how to integrate global flavor into a range of restaurant concepts.
Cell-based or cultured meat startups continue product development and push for a regulatory framework.
Which trends are paving the way for hotel foodservice success in the new year?