foodpros FoodService Wrap Up is our monthly recap of important foodservice news posts from some of the most trusted names in the industry. You’ll find a brief snippet of the original to tantalize you; click through to read the whole post on the original site.
June Foodservice News Wrap Up
CSP Daily News along with J&J Snack Foods report on how important it is to feature grab-and-go sandwich items since more than a third of consumers increased their away-from-home breakfast purchases compared to last year.
June 16, 2016 | Melts for Your Mouth That You Can Hold in Your Hand
Everyone knows the feeling: You’re pressed for time, rushing to work or soccer practice, and your hunger hits you like a brick wall. With today’s on-the-go lifestyle, consumers demand convenient and affordable items that satisfy cravings throughout the day and provide them with craveable items to keep them energized. [Keep reading at CSPDailyNews.com]
To ensure you are marketing appropriately–check out this convenient breakdown of the 5 types of morning consumers and their eating and buying habits.
June 13, 2016 | The 5 Types of ‘Morning Meal’ Consumers
OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. – Breakfast is “arguably, the hottest segment in foodservice today,” said Peter Romeo, vice president of content for Restaurant Business. But what does “breakfast” mean? [Keep reading at CSPDailyNews.com]
Millennials love coffee and they are frequent c-store visitors–are you ready for them? CSP Daily News along with Bunn-O-Matic report that millennials account for 23% of specialty coffee consumption. If your coffee service area is lacking, freshen it up to increase appeal.
June 10, 2016 | Coffee Sales That Flow
Convenience stores remain a prime destination for hot beverages, and it appears younger consumers may hold the golden ticket for increasing coffee sales and profits. [Keep reading at CSPDailyNews.com]
As the FDA moves to reduce sodium, the industry is looking for feedback from manufacturers, foodservice operators and consumers since “the majority of the sodium intake comes from processed and prepared foods, not the salt shaker.”
June 2, 2016 | What the FDA Sodium-Reduction Plan Means for You
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) earlier this week issued draft guidance for voluntary sodium-reduction targets for the food industry. Targeting both food manufacturers and foodservice operators, the guidance seeks to reduce American sodium consumption to 3,000 milligrams per day in two years, and 2,300 mg per day in 10 years. [Keep reading at CSPDailyNews.com]