Consumer Trends

How operators are changing menus to reflect consumers' new definition of healthy

Check out these tips for insight on what to offer diners in 2019.

Consumer Trends

Healthy drinks, healthy planet

Consumers are focused on what they drink, both in terms of health attributes and how it impacts the planet.

A new Technomic report reveals how the food-health connection has changed.

Not even diet soda can be featured as the default option, which will now have to be water or milk.

The federal agency says there’s no evidence to support the restaurant-opposed move.

The watchdog group has filed a class action against the chain, alleging it doesn’t disclose enough about what’s in its smoothies.

New healthcare insurance options promise to bring down the cost of coverage for small businesses like restaurants, making a key employee benefit more affordable. Here, in layman’s terms, is what operators need to know about the new choices.

Sugary drinks are now banned from kids menus in Baltimore, and a statewide soda tax could be on California’s ballot in 2020.

A surprising quest begun by the industry a decade ago goes into effect Monday, with the focus on compliance rather than catching transgressors.

Starbucks and others must post warnings about the beverage’s potential health risks, a judge has ruled.