The National Restaurant Association surveyed nearly 1,300 professional chefs—members of the American Culinary Federation (ACF)—to find which foods, cuisines, beverages, and culinary themes will be hot trends on restaurant menus in 2015. Restaurant Food Trends The top 10 restaurant food trends for 2015 are: 1. Locally sourced meats and seafood 2. Locally grown produce 3. Environmental sustainability […]
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Food businesses are superhot! What’s in store for 2014? The National Restaurant Association (NRA) each year prepares its What’s Hot culinary forecast of menu trends for the coming year. The NRA surveyed nearly 1,300 professional chefs, members of the American Culinary Federation (ACF), to find which food and beverage items will be hot trends on […]
Restaurants will never replace workers with technology, but according to new data from the National Restaurant Association,employees will become increasingly comfortable working with the industry’s newest tech tools, Forecasts suggest other likely labor trends: the workforce will grow older and increasingly diverse, and eateries will offer more part-time positions, according to NRA data that forecasts […]
The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) announced it has begun accepting nominations for its 2014 “Restaurant Neighbor” and “Faces of Diversity” awards. Entering its 16th year, the Foundation’s “Restaurant Neighbor Award,” founded in partnership with American Express, celebrates the outstanding charitable service performed by restaurant operators. Likewise, the “Faces of Diversity” award, sponsored by […]
The NRA was founded in 1919 and remains the industry’s leading association. The group represents about 400,000 restaurants, suppliers, educators and nonprofits in the field helping member develop customer loyalty programs, build successful strategies and find careers in foodservice. To learn more, visit www.restaurant.org.
Food trucks are one of the hottest trends in the restaurant industry right now, and consumers are showing increasing interest in mobile foodservice, new research by the National Restaurant Association confirms: Nearly six out of 10 (59 percent) would be likely to visit a food truck if their favorite restaurant offered one, up from 47 […]