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New England restaurants are spared a big supply-chain hit

Pork supplies were expected to drop steeply on Aug. 15 because of new farming regulations. But the rules were postponed under an unusual agreement between industry and government.

Food

Quick prep and classic flavors spell success for breakfast time

As consumers return to eating breakfast at restaurants, operators are working overtime to ensure customer satisfaction stays high even amid challenges such as labor shortages and supply chain issues.

The action focuses on the potential dangers of PFAS, a large class of chemicals commonly found in food wraps and containers.

Health-conscious consumers are increasingly seeking ways to promote wellness across all aspects of their lives, and unsurprisingly, eating a healthy diet is a cornerstone. Currently, the growing appeal of plant-based foods and diets is likely correlated with the growing number of consumers preferring a healthier diet—and for that reason, it’s crucial that operators develop strategies to leverage each of these trends in conjunction.

Suppliers and operators are moving past burgers and breakfast meats to grow along with the plant protein trend.

With restaurant restrictions tightening in many states across the country, streamlined and optimized menus are more important than ever.

This comes as no surprise—name brands can provide an answer to many of consumers’ biggest concerns when they visit a restaurant.

For restaurants, the opportunity to get creative with plant-based foods is high, especially when incorporating global flavors.

Versatile, low-labor ingredients make menu development easy.

For operators, soup is an ideal product and is hearty enough for entree status and is easy to package for takeout.

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