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Consumer Trends

Grubhub and DoorDash reveal the top delivery trends of 2021

Data from the third-party companies provides a snapshot of what consumers ordered from restaurants in the last year—and what fell from favor.

Beverage

Sober-curious customers are pushing bars to elevate the mocktail—and even change its name

To meet demand, skilled bartenders are tapping a wealth of new low- and zero-proof spirits and mixers to create complex, well-balanced drinks with less or no alcohol.

This generation often prefers to socialize at home, and legalization of marijuana provides an option other than alcohol for those of legal drinking age.

Unlike some of the other supply chain issues during the pandemic, low supplies of liquor, beer and wine could have serious impacts on an operator’s bottom line as dine-in service resurges.

The agency says lax enforcement of current prohibitions is contributing to a rash of unruly passenger behavior during flights.

Technomic’s adult beverage data reveals that bartenders are offering a mix of old favorites and new drinks to meet consumer demand.

The family chain intends to go slow in developing a program built on beers, wines and mimosas.

The casual chain reserved $1.8 million from its second-quarter earnings to cover the cost of throwing away unsold suds.

Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation turning his emergency pandemic measure into law, enabling to-go liquor to be a post-pandemic option for restaurants.

The subscription program is now available in all of the casual chain's Calfornia stores, with units elsewhere likely to participate later in the year.

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