Technomic’s expert predictions give a glimpse of what foodservice trends operators and customers should expect heading into the new year.
Technomic trends in consumer research earmark three things we should increasingly expect to see on Canadian menus.
Technomic lifts the lid on what’s to come by assessing 5 Canadian foodservice trends we should expect in 2021.
In the latest edition of Trend Watch, we assess three continuing menu trends you can expect to see across Canada.
Nutrition For Non-Nutritionists assesses five growing food industry trends and innovations that could impact the next five to 10 years to come.
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, […]
DoorDash has released its 2020 mid-year trends report which outlines the most-ordered foods on its platform from across Canada.
This month’s Concept Watch takes a look at three restaurants from across Canada with unique offerings and dedicated online followings.
A different brand identity and new business model may be on the menu for Canadian restaurants reopening their dining rooms post-COVID-19.
In 2020, Canadian menu trends will continue to follow the trajectory of recent years, specifically in regard to the demand for ethnic flavours.