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How to Raise the Bar on Breakfast

Breakfast is growing across the entire foodservice industry, especially as all-day breakfast has expanded across both full-service and quick-service concepts. But to drive breakfast business, brands need to stand out from the competition with high-quality, differentiated offerings.

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Blueberry Brandy Cider by Lakeshore Lady

Elevate Your Beverage Program With This One Twist

It’s no secret that beverages are powerful tools for restaurants. Not only do they offer high profit margins, but strong, unique beverage menus also drive traffic. According to Mintel’s research, 45 percent of the time consumers actually choose which restaurants to frequent based on beverage offerings.

The Proteins You Need to Elevate Your Menu

Today’s consumers are more demanding than ever, and they settle for nothing less than top-quality ingredients. Proteins are especially under scrutiny as the stars of many dishes. Whether a restaurant serves traditional American cuisine or embraces industry-wide trends, such as ethnic flavors, finding the right protein base is a crucial step in getting a meal right.

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Foodness Gracious in partnership with the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council

This Surprising Ingredient Will Elevate Savory Dishes

It’s no secret that consumers love blueberries. In fact, a 2016 Market Opportunity Study by SMS Research found that blueberries are a number one preferred fresh fruit among consumers. But when many people think of blueberries, usually sweet applications come to mind, like pies, cobblers, cakes; or breakfast baked goods, like muffins, pancakes, or scones.

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FOODNESS GRACIOUS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE U.S. HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY COUNCIL

Grilled Chicken with Blueberry Relish

This simple dish only takes 24 minutes to make and features a melt-in-your-mouth blueberry relish. By using this unexpected ingredient, restaurants can give their guests a unique, craveable dish that will keep them coming back for more.