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From cakes, puddings, and parfaits to salads, entrées, and main courses, mason jar desserts and meals (aka food-in-a-jar) have become some of the hottest-selling items in the restaurant and catering service businesses. Taking the concept of canning jars to new and highly imaginative heights, professional chefs and bakers are jumping aboard the mason jar bandwagon, creating single-serving, portable, convenient, and highly Instagram-able servings of their customers’ favorite recipes.
Every year, the food industry, along with myriads of other business entities, hungrily await the grand announcement from the trend-setters at the Pantone Color Institute: The Pantone Color of the Year. Setting the tone for and influencing product development, packaging, design, and purchasing decisions for a wide range of merchandise, the color experts have declared that Classic Blue will be the Pantone Color of the Year for 2020.
Rooftop bars have taken al fresco dining to new, previously unthinkable heights, changing the face of global skylines and revolutionizing the landscape of the food-and-beverage industry. Surging in popularity, especially among millennials, rooftop bars and restaurants are appearing everywhere – in major cities across the United States (New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, Washington, D.C.) and as far away as London, Tel Aviv, Sydney, Bangkok, and Beijing.
Did you know that updating your restaurant tablecloths and other linens can breathe new life into your business? If you thought your choice of commercial table coverings were yesterday’s news, think again! Despite an age where the sleek and modern often prevail, research indicates that traditional table toppers are far from obsolete.
Pumpkin season has arrived – and that’s great news if you work in foodservice. According to the experts, there is an allure to short windows of consumer enjoyment, with seasonal dishes experiencing a 26% increase in orders. In the words of trendologist Kara Nielsen: “Seasonality is one food trend you can put your money behind.”