Beverages

Consumer Trends

Want to know where restaurants are headed? Follow Gen Z

The younger generation is far more likely to use modern innovations like alcohol delivery and digital ordering. Their habits point the way to future growth.

Consumer Trends

Restaurants and bars up their zero-alcohol game to keep pace with Dry January

Drinkers who overindulged during the holidays and the growing ranks of sober-curious consumers are gravitating toward alcohol-free cocktails this month.

As America emerged from pandemic restrictions, some 2020 food and drink trends strengthened while new ones gained ground.

A proposal currently before the City Council would prevent restaurants from including sugary beverages in kids meals unless parents specifically request them.

The mini golf eatertainment brand, which opened its second U.S. store early this month, is slated to open five more locations next year after securing a $60 million investment last spring.

The bright-colored drinks, studded with tapioca pearls, are social media darlings and the segment is growing fast. But will supply chain challenges get in the way?

The cafe chain will offer its products in the lodging giant's new Tempo line.

The company said the option to add booze could increase restaurants' average check by 30%.

Richard Key has been with the fast-growing smoothie chain since 2018. The fast casual recently opened its 1,000th store.

The hottest growth concepts feature inexpensive and focused menus and a lot of salads, bowls and bubble tea.

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