Consumer Trends

Good for business: A flu season plan of attack

Restaurants are a hot spot for the transmittal of flu germs. Operators need to take extra measures to maintain a healthy environment when flu virus is active.


Using quality ingredients to elevate healthier eats

Adding even a few natural ingredients into dishes can help meet consumer demands.

The polished concept is shifting to a menu of made-from-scratch Mediterranean specialties that promises health as well as flavor.

The bakery-cafe chain is launching a new line with the addition of warm grain bowls.

Chain restaurants are required to flag menu items that contain at least 2,300 milligrams of sodium per serving.

Here are five ways restaurant operators can boost customers’ summer dining experience—and increase sales.

As diners look for top-notch service, learn more about how to stay competitive.

Reports of new cases routinely cite eating places as the source of the contamination, but an alarm has yet to sound.

Consumers are choosing seafood more often. Check out what's trending in the category here.

The American Heart Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics jointly recommended more forceful ways of curbing youngsters’ consumption of sugary drinks.

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