Ancient grains continue to grow in popularity due to their many culinary uses and health benefits. Primarily gluten free, ancient grains offer a great alternative to wheat. Those in the food industry stand to capitalize by incorporating these ingredients into their dishes. So let’s take a look at some of the benefits, uses and history of the seven ancient grains.
Every wedding season is different as trends change, tastes evolve and expectations increase every year. Weddings are a major contributor to the bottom line of most catering companies and maximizing profits during peak season is essential to the longevity and growth of your business. Your menu, staff, equipment and your ability to reach potential customers all play a major role in your success.
Wedding season is an important time of year for caterers. The peak spring season can provide owners with the majority of their business for a given year. Competition can be fierce and finding ways to stand out is essential in order to get your share of wedding business. Unique menu items can go a long way toward persuading couples to use your services. Here we’ve identified seven unique wedding season catering ideas for 2019.
The food industry continues to change with a greater focus on organic ingredients, local sourcing and originality becoming necessary for caterers to remain relevant. “The menu is the most important tool for a caterer or restaurant owner. Just think about how a retail store has to keep their stock current and fresh so customers will keep coming back. The same goes for food service.” Here we’ve compiled 15 ways to freshen up your catering menu for the coming year.
Technology has had a tremendous impact on small business and the food industry is no exception. New ways of ordering, creating dishes and sourcing ingredients have caused restaurants, bakeries, and catering companies to adapt their menus and business models. Here we take a look at four of the most important food industry trends to keep an eye on in the coming year.