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3 Reasons Cleaning Your Exhaust System Daily Can Save Money

Full-service restaurant operators often rely on third-party service providers to come in and clean the hoods, flues, and fans in their kitchens. This can often upset kitchen schedules and routines, creating mess and requiring temporary closures that may result in lost revenue.

Here's Why You Should Call Out Omega-3s On Your Menu

Following a healthy diet is now a major aspiration for many American consumers, but what exactly constitutes a nutritious meal is interpreted differently from individual to individual. According to the Hartman Group, health priorities have expanded from a single indicator like weight to now encompass weight, heart health, digestive health, purity, and nutrient density.

Offering Humanely-Sourced Meats Can Attract Customers

As consumers become increasingly curious about the source of their food, chefs are challenged to differentiate their menus with offerings that meet expectations for transparency, while still maximizing profits.

Here's How to Capture Corporate Diners and Drive Sales

Earlier this year, Dinova partnered with the Global Business Travel Association to conduct a first-of-its-kind study into the dining habits and preferences of business travelers. The study surveyed 509 employees from across the United States.

3 Ways to Make Your Breakfast Menu Stand Out

Breakfast is the restaurant industry’s fastest-growing daypart, making it an ideal environment for creativity and experimentation. As restaurants explore and bring new flavors, textures, spice levels, and ingredients to consumers, breakfast has intersected with another important trend: the all-important snack.

One Easy Way Restaurants Can Capture the Real Food Movement

For restaurants wanting to embrace the real food movement, wild blueberries offer an exciting way to capture the essence and excitement of natural ingredients in gourmet cooking.Author Nina Planck popularized the real food movement that focuses on getting back to “real” ingredients in the late 1990s.

PepsiCo Shares How Restaurants Can Rock Instagram

Restaurant diners no longer see food only as a way to get the nutrients and sustenance their bodies need—they see it as an experience.  Not only do guests want to eat at restaurants to try new flavors and have a delicious meal, but they want to be wowed.

3 Ways to Maximize Breakfast Sales

Breakfast sales are booming, and consumer demand is showing no signs of dropping. While the trend is clear, some restaurants are still reluctant to embrace breakfast due to the strain all-day breakfast can put on staff.