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FoodNewsfeed.com was developed to be more in tune with the user experience.

Welcome to a New FSR Online Experience!

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Our enhanced website gives you the resources you need with the convenience you deserve.
By Sam Oches January 2017 Blog

Dear dedicated FSR reader,

Welcome to a fresh online FSR experience! I’m excited to introduce you to FoodNewsfeed.com, our new digital home for FSR magazine and your one-stop-shop for foodservice news and insights.

We’ve developed FoodNewsfeed.com to be more in tune with the user experience, giving you more control over the content you want and need to read. The new site features a user login experience that offers you an opportunity to tell us what content is most important to you. Want beverage tips front and center? We can do that. Need a pile of information about financing your next restaurant? That can be arranged.

In addition, FoodNewsfeed.com is built to be responsive to any device, which means that whether you’re on the road and looking for info from your phone or sitting in your back office catching up on the latest headlines, our digital experience will meet you there. 

Why the new name? Clearly, the foodservice market is expanding beyond the traditional categories of quick service, casual, and fine dining. The lines between each have blurred while peripheral foodservice categories—including institutional, retail, and convenience stores—have asserted themselves as robust competition for consumers’ dollars. FoodNewsfeed.com, in tandem with our sister site QSRmagazine.com, is designed to give you expanded coverage of the evolved, modern-day foodservice industry.

The website’s name may have changed, but one thing hasn’t: the consistently great content. You can still expect the same premium news and insights from around the full-service restaurant industry as before, while also tapping into resources we think will give you a leg up in your day-to-day operation. 

So log in, hunker down, and start reading. I think you’ll like what you see.  

 

Sam Oches
Editorial Director, Food News Media
sam@foodnewsmedia.com