Posts Tagged "Restaurant Trends"

10 Trends Reshaping the Restaurant Industry

  It isn’t enough to know that the fast-casual brands are eating into the market share of fast-food chains and full-service restaurants; nor is it enough to know that “fresh” has become one of the most bankable words in the F&B industry. Why? Good question. Understanding (and asking) “Why?” is essential; and in this article, we take a deep-dive into…read more →Read more...

Hotel F&B: Culinary Destinations

Culinary Destinations: Creating Food-Centric Reasons for Guests to Stay at Your Hotel As food becomes a bigger factor in global hospitality, F&B options are going to play an increasingly important role. People aren’t just going to go on vacation; they’re going to seek out the best eats at culinary destinations.Read more...

Restaurant Uniforms Go Eco-Friendly

People nowadays are all talking about sustainability and creating an eco-friendly workplace. Increasingly, the restaurant industry is getting in on the “green scene” – from installing energy-efficient hand dryers to controlling water flow in the restroom faucets to using biodegradable and recycled take-away containers. But how are restaurateurs able to create sustainable restaurant uniforms?Read more...

What’s Changed with Food Trucks?

The food truck sector of the restaurant industry has grown 8.4% from 2007 to 2012, and is slated to be a $2.7 billion business by 2017. From sustainable concepts to technological improvements, food trucks have come a long way since the mobile lunchbox concept of the 1970s to the modern gourmet-on-the-go business we see today. Here’s what’s changed with food…read more →Read more...

Eat Dirt! It’s A Hot New Restaurant Food Trend

We’re not talking about chocolate cookie crumbs sprinkled over confections. Some of the world’s top restaurants are serving entrées with a side of edible dirt, and the trend is quickly catching on thanks to its farm-to-table sensibility. Composed of dehydrated produce, edible dirt provides an earthy base to accent fresh vegetables. It’s a down-to-earth restaurant food trend.Read more...

Restaurant Trend: Divergent Trading

There’s been a lot of conjecture that guests are “trading down” when it comes to eating out. That they are monitoring their wallets more and more, choosing to save money over enjoying the experience of a nice meal in a full service restaurant. But that’s not the full picture. What we’re seeing is not trading down. It’s divergent trading.Read more...