As they scramble to make the most of the delivery phenomenon, foodservice operations seem to be waking up in a big way to the sales potential of breakfast delivery.
When it comes to the beverage side of the foodservice business, it seems the glass is more than half full, with good reason to be optimistic of its ability to drive a higher check average. In fact, consumers are brimming with enthusiasm for beverages, which average upwards of $181 billion in sales annually, according to the food and beverage research firm Technomic.1
When it comes to online reviews, foodservice operations often seem to be elbowing their way to a more prominent place at the table. As consumers feast on restaurant review sites, online reputation management is placed high on the menu of must-dos.
Snacking just isn’t what it used to be. In fact, it has morphed from tide-me-over, between-meal tidbits to titan of the foodservice industry, disrupting the traditional three square meals a day model with quicker and more-convenient options.1
Money doesn’t grow on trees, but avocados do—and they generate a lot of green. Last summer, Time magazine reported that Americans were spending a minimum of $900,000 per month on avocado toast1—a foodservice trend that seems to be the fruit of the millennial mania for better-for-you fare with a flavorful twist. Mashed green fruit on browned bread: Who would have thought? And who could have imagined its sales would soar to such heights?