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3 ways to boost dessert sales

According to Technomic’s 2019 Dessert Consumer Trend Report, about a quarter of consumers (24%) say they eat dessert about 4.5 times per week on average. For restaurants, means many opportunities to capture dessert dollars.

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Boost dessert sales with spring and summer promotions

When it comes to restaurant operators looking to increase sales during special-occasion seasons, offering premium desserts is a recipe for success.

Simply put, sports fans tend to be glued to their TVs, often with friends and family, ready to cheer on their favorite teams—and they don’t want to spend time in the kitchen.

Drinks that double as desserts are trending on menus.

Snack-sized, portable sweets, offered for both onsite consumption or as a take-it-for-later-treat, are perfect for restaurants of any size. Here's why.

Positioning desserts as a destination driver rather than simply a post-meal add-on can help increase those between-meal visits

Operators are tempting customers with cool sweets to lick, sip and spoon up.

Adding a signature touch to popular prepared desserts such as cake, pie, cookies, brownies or cheesecake can be a profitable strategy for enticing diners to boost their dessert spending.

Operators who want to offer diners an international-inspired breakfast with the comforting, craveable flavor of Nutella can draw inspiration from these dishes.

Fatty foods tend to absorb the strong aromas of their fridge-mates. The solution is simple, if you have the space, Advice Guy says.

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