Nutrition For Non-Nutritionists assesses five growing food industry trends and innovations that could impact the next five to 10 years to come.
In this edition of restaurant “concepts to watch,” we highlight three restaurant concepts that are making an impact on Canadian diners this October.
By Sophie Mir As ever, Canadian restaurants continue to strive to keep up with customer demands and seasonal trends. With summer slowly but surely turning into fall, we’ve broken down three developing menu trends you’ll see across the country this autumn. Oat Mylk Soy, almond and coconut mylks have been on menus for a while, […]
By Sophie Mir In this edition of “concepts to watch,” we highlight three restaurant concepts that are making an impact on Canadian diners. Here’s a look at the characteristics and menu offerings that make these restaurants unique: Neo Coffee Bar Facebook: 2,584 likes | Instagram: 12,880 followers | Twitter: 732 followers Locations: 2 (Toronto) Concept […]
Canadian restaurants are churning out offers keep takeout and delivery customers coming back for more, from foodie gifts with purchase to do-it-yourself cocktail kits.
These Toronto restaurants have revamped their menus with pickup or delivery meal deals that make quarantine life that much easier.
This month’s Concept Watch takes a look at three restaurants from across Canada with unique offerings and dedicated online followings.
By Sophie Mir Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, forward-thinking restaurants are working to revamp their menus to keep up with the changing tastes of the Canadian public. The following are up-and-coming ingredients and dishes that will surely make a splash on restaurant menus in May 2020 and beyond. Jerusalem Artichoke Also known as a sunchoke, […]
By Sophie Mir Here are some of the leading menu trends to watch on Canadian menus. Moroccan-Spiced Meats With over half (57%) of consumers reporting that they would be more likely to buy beef, pork or chicken dishes if they were made with ethnic flavours and ingredients, according to Technomic’s 2019 Canadian Centre of the […]
By Julie Istead Thanks to heightened attention from consumers to the quality of food, the ‘Better For You’ dining category is growing faster than the foodservice industry can keep up. Consumers drive the food and beverage markets, and the demand for products starts to increase well before they hit the mainstream. Take, for example, the […]