Transforming one-time consumers into loyal restaurant customers is a key to success for most businesses. This holds particularly true for restaurants, and yet can be even harder to achieve due to the challenging combination of the increasingly competitive industry and today’s informed, empowered diners.
How popular are food trucks these days? Smithsonian Magazine recently declared America to be a “ food truck nation.” According to Mobile-Cuisine, meanwhile, there are currently 4,130 food trucks in the US generating annual total revenue of $1.2 billion — a 12.4 percent increase over the past five years.
The National Restaurant Association declared “sustainable seafood” to be number nine on its list of the “Top 20 Food Trends” for 2016. Also making the cut? “Locally sourced meats and seafood,” as well as “environmental sustainability”.
All three add up to one major takeaway for forward-thinking restaurant owners and managers. If you’re not aiming to show off your commitment to serving up sustainable seafood, you’re falling short of fulfilling some key requirements among today’s diners.
From digital menus to data security, an abundance of tech trends continues to disrupt the restaurant industry. But how do you know when to get on board or wait out what may be a passing fad or flop?
Let’s take a closer look at one of the most popular trends sweeping the restaurant world: third-party food delivery, along with four reasons why getting on board with this innovative enterprise may make smart sense for your establishment.
Chef knives are a key to the trade for most chefs. They are the most versatile and comfortable knives to use when they are good quality.
Though cheap chef knives may seem attractive for businesses, the extra dangers, hassle, and limitations involved with using them often make them not worth the price.